Bitwise controlS™ Releases Project Editor software v1.7, Android app

This update allows installers to quickly add complete, pre-programmed two-way device 'Modules' to projects.

August 7,2012 Englewood, CO - BitWise Controls announced today the release of Project Editor Software version 1.7. This update allows installers to quickly add complete, pre-programmed two-way device 'Modules' to projects. Modules combine device programming and user interface content, and can be added to a project in seconds. The release also introduces new user interface elements such as scrolling media lists and popup pages.


"This release is a huge step forward in the evolution of our product. The introduction of Modules, enhanced two way capabilities, and the public release of our Android app are the things our dealers have been asking for most." says Lance Beck, CEO of BitWise Controls.

BitWise Touch for Android has been available to installers as a beta release since earlier this year, but will now be available through the Google Play and Amazon app stores.

In order to educate dealers on all of the new features, BitWise has also launched a new Support Center on their website, which provides easy access to articles, tech notes, tutorial videos, and more. The new system allows dealers to more easily find answers to common questions, or start a support ticket if needed.

Dealers can find more information about these new features by visiting www.bitwisecontrols.com

About BitWise Controls


Designed and backed by over 20 years of mission-critical control, monitoring, and AV systems integration experience, Bitwise Controls is uniquely equipped to provide powerful and flexible products for the expanding commercial, industrial, educational, and residential control-systems markets. Bitwise Controls was founded by veteran industry leadership in 2008 with the goal of offering innovative and reliable new products, designed, tested and manufactured in the USA. For more information, go to www.bitwisecontrols.com.

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