TOSIBOX Virtual Central Lock Selected as the Honorable Mention of the Software – Applications category
Tosibox Oy has received an Honorable Mention within the Control Engineering 2018 Engineers’ Choice Awards program for its TOSIBOX® Virtual Central Lock solution. The Finnish company has created solution for the management of large IoT networks, scaling easily from just a few connections up to hundreds or thousands.
The TOSIBOX® Virtual Central Lock turns the TOSIBOX® ecosystem into a controlled IoT network of always-on VPN connections for remote maintenance, continuous monitoring, real-time data collection and data logging. The Virtual Central Lock cuts centralized access management work time from days into minutes, enabling easy management of big networks without special IT skills.
- We are thrilled to receive this recognition for TOSIBOX® Virtual Central Lock. The feedback from our customers about the solution has been very positive as well, and the easiness of access management surprises them every time, says Tero Lepistö, CEO at Tosibox.
Control Engineering is an US trade publication and web site serving the information needs of engineering decision makers. Their Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Awards highlight the best new control, instrumentation and automation products as chosen by the magazine’s subscribers. Engraved awards will be presented to winning companies at the 2018 Engineering Awards in Manufacturing dinner in Chicago on April 16, 2018. Tosibox will also attend the event.
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