MoCoWorks releases MoCo Monitoring and Control Software to Open Source

MoCoWorks (www.mocoworks.com) has released their MoCo Monitoring and Control system software to free open source. MoCo has industrial capabilities and is scalable from small to world-wide. It runs on Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows.

MoCoWorks has released MoCo Monitoring and Control software to the public. MoCo has the following characteristics:

- Industrial capabilities, but scalable from very small systems to enterprise, world -wide.
- Works with inexpensive I/O bridges (including X10, Insteon and 1 -wire) from a number of manufacturers.
- Works on Linux, Mac, and Windows.
- 117 -page implementation manual.
- Free software (open source).

Detailed information is at http://www.mocoworks.com

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