Burk Technology AutoPilot 2010
Remote control management
Users of the Burk ARC Plus, ARC-16, GSC3000 and VRC2500 systems can now consolidate remote control management in a single software application. Using the new Burk Technology AutoPilot 2010, broadcasters benefit through reduction in remote site and IT overhead expenses, reduced operator training and lower engineering expenses. The new software leverages stations' existing investment in remote control equipment while offering contemporary benefits such as IP connectivity, SNMP, macros, e-mail and SMS notification, and advanced alarm reporting.
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