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Servelec Technologies awarded RTU patent

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Servelec Technologies has been awarded a patent for a unique device access control methodology. The patent for the access security software is particularly relevant to remote telemetry units (RTUs) of which Servelec Technologies is a market leading designer, manufacturer and supplier.

The new device access control methodology will save large organisations with multiple RTUs a considerable amount of time. This will translate into significant cost savings by reducing time spent granting access for an individual to potentially thousands of individual RTUs in geographically remote locations. The system will also result in greater network security in the context of ever-growing threats to infrastructure and cyber security.

This successful patent application demonstrates Servelec’s commitment to delivering leading edge technology to its customers and is a continuation of the company’s commitment to enhancing product capabilities and the company’s intellectual property.

Andy Sullivan, Managing Director of Servelec Technologies commented: “I am excited to be able to announce this successful patent publication as it further demonstrates our position as a leading edge technologies business, supporting international infrastructure providers. Servelec Technologies is committed to continuously enhancing our product range in order to extend our reach and provide a better level of service to existing and new customers.”

While the patented ‘Device Access Control Method’ was devised for RTUs it can easily be utilised as an application for other industries that require offline access.

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

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