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But 2004 will be remembered as the year AV in education changed forever--the year that brought networkable systems.
Some of the world's most security-minded airports, including London's Heathrow, Amsterdam's Schiphol, and Australian airports serviced by the Qantas Group, also use the networkable MVT-HR to screen hold baggage for explosives.
The PC/ActiveX Controlled Smart Bob II works with a PC using Binmaster's networkable inventory-management software to control up to 128 sensors.
In pneumatic conveying, several companies brought new networkable control packages based on Siemens ASI (actuator sensor interface) protocols and DeviceNet protocols.
11g Wireless Broadband Router (SMCWBR14T-G) or Wireless Ethernet Bridge (SMCWEBT-G); an EZ Connect 108Mbps Wireless Cardbus Adapter (SMCWCBT-G) or USB Adapter (SMCWUSBT-G) for portable PCs or other networkable devices; or an EZ Connect 108Mbps Wireless PCI Adapter for desktop PCs.
Xpress can even manage devices not previously networkable such as spectrum analyzers, environmental control systems and other devices with serial management ports by creating a virtual SNMP agent for these devices.
XG-PH50X Networkable Projector Offers Flexible Brightness, Redundant Reliability and Multiple Lens Options to Meet Any Installation Need
And, Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP) support makes it easy to connect game consoles, PVRs, set-top boxes and other networkable household appliances.
Xpress(TM) can even manage devices not previously networkable such as spectrum analyzers, environmental control systems and other devices with serial management ports, providing a complete monitoring and control solution.

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