Future Proofing

The intention of any well designed system, beyond achieving its basic functionary performance is to extend its useful life for as long into the future as possible. In a world of seemingly endlessly expanding technology offerings, managing equipment selection is essential to the long-term viability of any enterprise level system. One of the most effective tools for achieving this goal is the implementation of standardization.

Standardization is particularly valuable when IP based integration upgrade designs are introduced into an scenario with existing analog equipment. At times this equipment may need to be upgraded or replaced, but in other instances it can be effectively integrated into a new system.


More products are becomming IP enabled, offering never before seen functionality.

But what about legacy analog equipment?

Companies have made large investments in technology that is still functional and viable. And with proper planning and management, often that equipment can continue to serve for many years to come, even as it is incorporated into advanced, state-of-the-art systems.

Done properly, the standards established will allow for the integration of greater portions of legacy hardware, while migrating all new devices and the central data control functions to an IP based platform.

This approach allows for an extended lifespan of already existing equipment, while focusing the new investment in systems upgrades that will make a fundamental difference in how efficiently the system operates.

But more than that, properly planned and executed standardiztion will allow for products and systems designed and developed now to be continually upgraded and improved upon in the future, and for that improvement to be done in an incremental manner. So that as your organizations needs and requirements grow, your systems can grow with it. With the intention of avoiding large and costly overhauls without risking falling behind the times.

This approach allows for an extended lifespan of already existing equipment, while focusing the new investment in systems upgrades that will make a fundamental difference in how efficiently the system can be operated.

To achieve these ideals, we are continually researching and training on the latest technology available. We never stop learing what the marketplace has to offer, so that we can be sure to offer our clients not only the best systems avialable, but the best value as well.