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CSE-Semaphore to Demonstrate High-Performance, Web 2.0-Enabled RTU at ISA Calgary 2013

LAKE MARY, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/13 -- At this year's ISA Calgary conference, CSE-Semaphore, a CSE Global company, will demonstrate a new SCADA remote terminal unit (RTU) that integrates powerful cyber security protection and wireless communications in a compact package. CSE-Semaphore's TBox LT2 RTU will be featured along with its other TBox and Kingfisher RTU product lines at the Simark Controls booth, number 515.

The new TBox LT2 RTU is an all-in-one SCADA system featuring a web server, 3G wireless communications and a complete cyber security application suite, all tightly integrated with programmable automation, alarm notification, data logging and Ethernet communications in a single, rugged module. The TBox RTU line provides up to 50% cost savings over other systems that seek to combine PLC, communications, and SCADA components.

The TBox LT2 RTU the latest addition to line of RTUs built on CSE-Semaphore's decentralized TBox architecture. The architecture enables the complete integration of programmable automation, alarm management, data logging and IP telemetry in a single, rugged package. The platform leverages web technologies and push messaging via e-mail, SMS text and FTP. TBox systems are easy to configure and offer dramatically reduced costs versus traditional PLC and SCADA architectures.

The Kingfisher RTU line provides an advanced automation platform for SCADA system solutions, including redundant configurations, intelligent I/O, and open programming that is compliant with IEC 61131-3. Kingfisher is also the first RTU product line that is compliant with IEC 61499, the distributed processing and interoperability extension to IEC 61131-3. Kingfisher systems are well suited to large, demanding measurement and control applications that employ central stations.

CSE-Semaphore's TBox and Kingfisher products are ideal for a broad range of monitoring and control applications in the oil & gas production, oil & gas distribution, power, broadcast / telecom, transportation and water / wastewater industries. For more information about Semaphore solutions, visit www.cse-semaphore.com.

About ISA Calgary
ISA Calgary Show is the event to expand your business by meeting new clients, generating new sales leads, and networking with professionals in this niche market. As Canada's leading show for automation and control professionals, this two-day event is the place to be to ensure you and your business remains competitive within the industry. For more information, visit http://isacalgary.com/.

About Simark Controls
Simark Controls Ltd. is a 100% Canadian owned, service oriented, "Value Added Distributing Company" specializing in the sales, packaging, and service of high quality instrumentation, automation, and power products. They provide state-of-the-art gas and fire detection products, variable frequency drives, step-up transformers for ESP (Electrical Submersible Pump), flow metering equipment, level monitoring equipment, and a series of compact programmable logic controllers (PLC) and gas flow computers that provide remote terminal unit (RTU) functions for use in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. Simark Controls specializes in the development and assembly of engineered variable frequency drive systems and automation product packaged solutions.

Incorporated in 1971, Simark Controls' head office and production facilities are located in Calgary, Alberta. Branch offices located in Edmonton, Alberta; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Vancouver, British Columbia provide sales and service support. The highly skilled and trained employees of Simark are the key assets of the company. The technical staff is certified by the appropriate organizations in a variety of trades thus ensuring the quality and dependability of their products and services. For more information, visit www.simarkcontrols.com.

About CSE-Semaphore
Established in 2006, Semaphore was the result of a merger of two CSE Global companies, RTUnet, of Australia, and TechnoTrade SA, of Belgium. For over 20 years, these companies have provided leading solutions for telemetry, automation, and remote monitoring and have an installed base of 100,000 devices. For more information, visit www.cse-semaphore.com.

CSE-Semaphore is a wholly owned subsidiary of CSE Global, a worldwide technologies provider in the industrial automation, telecommunications, environmental and healthcare markets. Headquartered in Singapore, it has more than 1500 qualified and technical staff operating a network of over 30 offices in 20 countries, spanning the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Its truly international business landscape is reflected by the fact that more than 90% of annual revenue is derived from outside Singapore. For more information, visit www.cse-global.com.

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