Computer system for remote alarm control

Desolving problem: 
To monitor any technological parameter at any remote place on he Earth using wireless alarm control system.

Definition: 
Using together in an automatic computer system sensors, transmission units (e.g. mobile phone) plus geographical coordinates and picture handling system (Google Earth) for creating an automatic information-generating equipment.

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The sensors send the control signal to the alert holder, which gives one call to the central information distributor  unit. On this basis it can send (according to the pre-programmed distributor list) several SMS, email or sound messages. These messages can contain all the necessary technological parameters, the geographical coordinates and the needed actions. 

Fields of application:
Industrial Parameter Monitoring, Remote Technology Control, Data Transmission, Alarm Systems

Advantages: 
Wery cheap system, „one mobile phone plus our program” will solve all the problems: ANY PLACE AT ANY TIME! It gives the possibility to build up any technology at a remote, „non forgiving” terrain, anywhere on the Earth and monitor it, without human presence, using cheap and sure  methods. 

Stage of development:
Working  industrial system.

Documantation available:
Poster, leaflets, home-page 

Patent status:
Patent  Application, 2007

Countries where it is in force: 
Australia

Owner of the invention: 
The Inventors

Business intention:
Selling Licence and Know How 

Contact: 
Name:  South-Pacific Innovation Transfer Society
E-mail: southpaintr@yahoo.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9852 8751 Mobile: +61 407 971 939
Postal Address: P.O. Box 18, Kew 3101, Victoria, Australia
Web: http://users.tpg.com.au/wr/

European Office: K.F. Szerviz Kft
E-mail: kfszerviz@invitel.hu
Phone: (36) 1 3559 667
Postal Adress: H- 1531. Budapest, 126 Post Office,  P.O.Box 65. 
Web: www.gold-aquapacific.com
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Last updated: 29/4/2013
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