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Partner enhancements are focused on additional connectivity with their products. (Please see our Website for details.) Version 4.64 changes include UI improvements to pave the way for future web based deployment, and productivity enhancements continuing to improve upon ease of use and report building speed. This release also includes broad support for Historian “Aggregate” functionality in both proprietary drivers and OPC HDA. The aggregate support has been tested with Dream Report “Proven Partners” Kepware and Canary Labs. Additional features include dynamic image support, delivering the ability to incorporate a variety of pass/fail graphics, and automated image captures in reports and dashboards. New FTP file collection enables Dream Report to collect remote history files and process them, a requirement of many Smart Recorders and Panel HMIs. The Dream Report Web Portal also received a great deal of enhancement. It takes on a modern look and feel, and performance is greatly improved through a new “Power Generator” feature for parallel report processing.

“We work hard to blend requests from our major partners and those of our end users with our own strategic desires,” says Alex Mazal, President of Ocean Data Systems. “Version 4.64 is a valuable stepping stone to our major 4.7 release due out in the coming months. That release will be delivering SPC charts and statistics, multi-lingual support for reports, connectivity to new partners (TBA), Data Models and more.”

About Ocean Data Systems
Founded in 2004, Ocean Data Systems (ODS) develops software solutions for industrial compliance and performance reporting. The product, Dream Report, is now the leading technology for automated data analysis and report generation with thousands of installations. Dream Report delivers connectivity to all major HMI/SCADA, Historian and business data sources through either proprietary or industry standard drivers. Dream Report’s markets include process, hybrid and discrete, with special functionality for Life Sciences (Pharmaceutical and Biotech), Water, Wastewater, Heat Treating, Building Automation, Energy Management and Manufacturing Operations. www.DreamReport.net

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