European Safety Requirement Software on the NetBeans Platform

SafetyMach is technical support software for machines, equipment manufacturers, and designers, in relation to requirements defined by the EC Machines Directive 2006/42/CE. The software guides designers along the machine's CE markings, following the safety rules of the Machines Directive and the relevant technical norms.

More screenshots: http://www.safetymach.com/print-screen.html

SafetyMach is a Studio Favari product developed by GeaSoftware, both of which are based in and operate from Italy.

SafetyMach is commercial software written in Java 7 using NetBeans IDE 7.2.1. It is based on NetBeans Platform and is available on the standard operating systems and soon also on mobile devices.

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"available on the standard operating systems and soon also on mobile devices."

NB Platform available on mobile device...?? Now that would be something! Or do they mean that there will be a Mobile App that somehow works in parallel with the Platform apps for an enhanced Workflow?

Posted by Sean Phillips on April 02, 2013 at 05:51 PM PDT #

No, the NetBeans Platform is a Java SE (i.e., desktop) solution. What is meant here is that, like in many other software solutions, there'll be a mobile application supporting the solution, together with probably other applications, e.g., a web application running in the browser. Each of these applications do different things, but belong to the same set of solutions.

Posted by Geertjan on April 02, 2013 at 09:31 PM PDT #

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