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Encrypted Website Data: All Mission customer web pages are secured using 'SSL,' which stands for Secure Sockets Layer. SSL encryption is generally thought of in e-commerce applications. Mission chooses to employ the same technology that was developed by the credit card companies to secure our customers' data.
As soon as the user logs in to the Mission website, a map of their devices will be displayed. The shape of each icon shows what type of device it is, and icon is also color-coded as to its current status. The map refreshes every 10 seconds so data displayed is always current. The border color of the map is keyed to the highest level alarm condition displayed on the map.
One of the core tasks of a water and wastewater SCADA system is to monitor pump performance. Like many others, the MISSION system gathers runtime and start information from up to eight pumps per site. Although the raw data is always available to the customer, what sets MISSION apart from everyone else is how that data is combined with other data, analyzed, and presented. Gone are the days when manual tables, GPM's and percentages are tabulated. The...
A unique part of the MISSION system is its use of electronic 'keys.' These keys are issued to all field personnel, and are easily kept on the person's key ring. Each durable and inexpensive key has a serial number which uniquely identifies the holder.
As Near as Your Phone: Unlike our computers, the cellular telephone is a tool that we take along with us where ever we go. Some analysts believe that within ten years more people will be accessing the Internet from mobile phones than from office or home computers. MISSION data is accessible using the Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) on most brands of cellular phones.