VERSIONS HISTORY HWMonitor is a hardware monitoring program that reads PC systems main health sensors: voltages, temperatures, fans speed. The program handles the most common sensor chips, like ITE® IT87 series, most Winbond® ICs, and others. Hardware Monitor clients must use at least version 5.0 to communicate with the remote server. OS X 10.9 Mavericks is no longer supported. Added support for the iMac 21.5. Hardware monitor remote. TRIGONE is proud to present you Remote System Monitor software suite which allows you to monitor your computer hardware and system parameters from your Android device or BlackBerry Playbook. Get more details about this application. To see it in action, look at the video below and the gallery. Download the Windows, Android or BlackBerry application. Open Hardware Monitor. Open Hardware Monitor keeps an eye on your computer’s hardware. The remote monitoring feature in HWMonitor Pro stands in the ability to monitor one or several distant PCs with a simple TCP/IP connection, as shown on this picture. PCs can be monitored from another PC, or from an Android mobile device thanks to the dedicated application.

Watch full episodes of Mira, Royal Detective online. Get behind-the-scenes and extras all on Disney Junior. Recently, the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA) was a proud sponsor of the New England Business Immigration Summit, which brought together More Tweets by MIRACoalition. Whether choosing a pair of socks or needing full-team customization, MIRA’S Sports and More is a Full-Service Sporting Goods Company that will provide you with the customer assistance that you deserve.

Empower your frontline with seamless remote collaboration and hands-free workflow guidance. Work doesn’t end when travel halts.

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Explore what makes Mira's software and hardware offering the most cost-effective, scalable, and intuitive solution in the industry.


Mira Connect

Bridge team communication gaps and enable remote experts via a shared field of vision for real-time collaboration, auditing, and troubleshooting.


Mira Flow

Replace paper checklists and enable hands-free, heads-up workflows that capture data at every step along the way.

From paper-and-pen to digital-and-accountable: reduce the room for human error and promote cross-functional collaboration.

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  • Save Time + Avoid Travel

    Communicate directly with your frontline through real-time POV-video calling, eliminating the need for additional time and expense for travel.

  • Data-driven Records

    Analyze digital activity records to reveal hidden trends, heighten compliance, and increase transparency.

  • A Safer Workforce

    Mitigate problems and deter accidents before they occur by providing your workforce with the knowledge to comply with standard operating procedures.

Smartphone powered, compatible with your MDM

Get in and out of AR quickly with a flip of the lens

Attached camera enables the capture of clear images and streaming of video, while the battery keeps the system going

PPE compatible with off the shelf protective eyewear and MSA Type 1 V Gard hard hat


Learn More About The Prism Pro

Begin conducting remote audits, troubleshooting, and training with Mira’s structured Pilot Package.

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The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority, or “MIRA”, is Connecticut’s quasi-public organization responsible for the development and operation of systems and facilities that turn municipal solid waste into useful materials. Our systems and facilities help our state meet the goals of the current Solid Waste Management Plan, which are to reduce, reuse, recycle and recover resources from municipal solid waste. MIRA systems and facilities provide for solid waste disposal and volume reduction, the processing and remarketing of single-stream recyclable material, and the production of energy from the non-recyclable portion of the waste stream. To ensure Connecticut maintains its place as a leader in recycling, solid waste, and sustainable materials management, MIRA is also partnering with the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (“DEEP”) and embarking on a redevelopment of these facilities and systems to take advantage of cutting-edge technology.

So What Does All That Mean in Layperson’s Terms?

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We are not the people who pick up your waste and recyclables (that would be your hauler or your municipal collection fleet). But if you live in one of the municipalities that has contracted with us, or are a customer of one of the haulers that has contracted with us, we developed and manage the recycling and resource-recovery facilities to which they bring your waste and recyclables. And we will continue to develop and manage new facilities in the future in accordance with Connecticut’s new Comprehensive Materials Management Strategy.

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What we call waste is merely someone’s unwanted materials. MIRA and its predecessor have always represented the evolution of materials management in the region. Years ago, that meant evolving from backyard burn barrels and town dumps to state-of -the-art resource recovery facilities. It meant developing a modern recycling infrastructure. And now, we are beginning the next step in the evolution of sustainable materials management in Connecticut.