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Winland Launches Automated, Real-Time, Cloud-Based Critical-Environment Monitoring Service With Integrated Response Protocols

Magis Enables Fastest Issue Resolution and Restoration of Environmental Conditions, Comprehensive Compliance Reporting

CHICAGO, IL and MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 09/24/13 -- Winland Electronics, Inc. (OTCQB: WELX), a leader in critical-condition monitoring for environment-dependent assets, announced today its new automated, cloud-based monitoring application that delivers real-time alerting/reporting/logging and incident resolution response protocols for protecting perishable assets from loss due to variation in temperature, water presence, excessive humidity and gases, and loss of power. Making the announcement at the ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2013) being held in Chicago, Sept. 24-27. Winland CEO David Gagne said, "Magis makes critical-environment monitoring and management at an enterprise level a realization by delivering immediate actionable information and enabling the fastest incident resolution possible to ensure regulatory compliance, save labor and inventory costs, and safeguard business reputation for organizations in many food and medical-related industries as well as other markets facing similar needs. Magis reflects Winland's ongoing commitment to delivering reliable, scalable critical-environment monitoring solutions and signals new strategic direction of delivering greater value through real-time, cloud-based SaaS technology."

The Magis solution enables and simplifies remote end-to-end enterprise management of temperature and environmental monitoring devices. Changes to the EnviroAlert (EA800-ip) sensor settings and console configurations can be easily standardized and applied to one, multiple, or all devices by completing a few simple steps within the software application offering system administrators flexibility and scalability for complying with internal policies, government regulations, or industry standards.

Corporate governance and the use of standard operating procedures can be ensured through the utilization of the application's step-by-step response plans for any and all types of incidents. "The detailed and configurable protocols for responding to irregularities in environmental factors that spell out what needs to be done by who in every imaginable threatening situation shaves off precious time for incident resolution -- it's the difference between total inventory loss and preservation," added Gagne.

A mobile-friendly web design paired with the ability for system users to subscribe to email and text notifications ensures system, asset, and incident visibility from anywhere at any time. In addition to 10 years of data retention and configurable on-demand and schedule reports, APIs simplify data integration with third-party and proprietary systems.

The Magis critical-environment monitoring solution can be integrated with any security system, further safeguarding customers and providing additional system and asset visibility with 24x7 monitoring.

About Winland Electronics, Inc.
Winland (OTCQB: WELX) provides critical-environment monitoring devices and software applications that protect perishable assets from loss due to variation in temperature, water presence, excessive humidity and gases, and loss of power. The company's automated real-time, cloud-based software application Magis delivers immediate actionable information resulting in the fastest incident resolution possible to ensure regulatory compliance, save labor and inventory costs, and safeguard business reputation. Winland products are leveraged in commercial and residential applications throughout the world and are available for purchase through a world-class partner network of distributors, security dealers and system integrators. For more information visit www.winland.com.

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