The definition of a mission critical system is that a failure can have disastrous consequences, including death, destruction, bankrupting entire big companies, economic crisis, …
Examples for such mission critical systems are:
- Air traffic control,
- Industrial processes, e.g. in chemical industry,
- Atomic power plants,
- Railway interlocking systems,
- Maritime control,
- Big stock traders.
Of course, such systems are usually designed in a redundant way, such that one mistake should not cause a failure of the whole system.
One of the most critical components of such a system is human machine interaction.
Why is this component so critical?
There is a new release of DemoRecorder-24×7 with version number 220.127.116.11.
DemoRecorder-24×7 is our screen recorder product for mission critical 24×7 recording.
It runs on systems using the X11-window system
which includes Linux and most Unix-like operating systems.
It is designed for use in areas like air traffic control and railway traffic control.
( see also our testimonials )
You can download the new version from:
[German translation below]
Starting with Dec 16th I will concentrate full time on my business.
This enables me to extend the scope of my business beyond my product DemoRecorder:
I will reenter the software project outsourcing business, i.e, I’ll offer to implement software projects for customers who want to outsource a project.
You may already send me project inquiries: I may however take longer for answering them because my time until Dec 16th is already reserved otherwise.
I can offer quite a bit for the software project outsourcing business: