Engineering services


Intorel engineering services provide in-depth analysis of your company’s specific requirements and tailor the Visionic system to support your local, unique policies. Thanks to the engineering expertise and years of experience Intorel team can manage the complete life cycle of monitoring and control system implementation from development and verification to the successful integration, testing and certification.

Engineering services include: 

1.     Detailed analysis of your specific requirements

2.     Integration of all your devices into a single screen

3.     Hardware provision and installation

4.     Software installation, design and customization

5.     Training services

6.     Support and maintenance

To  To find out more about Engineering services, download the brochure or visit our website:

Standard and Enterprise Maintenance Options

 Intorel has launched new maintenance support policies: Standard and Enterprise. These are aiming to take into account exclusivity of our customers and to fulfill their specific requirements.

Subscription to Standard Maintenance Policy qualifies you to use:

  • Free downloads of latest Visionic version upgrades
  • Hotline provided by Intorel
  • Unlimited online access to major improvements, implementation guide, tutorials, how-to-videos and support forum
  • Library of models
  • Privileged treatment of your software improvement requests
  • A free registration on and a free product tryout

Subscription to Enterprise Maintenance Policy upgrades you to a privileged member of Visionic user’s community and entitles you to the following services:

  • Comprehensive Support
  • Training and Services
  • Web Services

PDF brochures can be found below:



For more information about maintenance contracts, please visit or contact our sales department at




Visionic online property BeforeClick

We have introduced two new properties for any shape on Visionic online. These are called “Before click” and “Before parameter”.

Simply put, you can instruct Visionic to show you MessageBox with Ok/Cancel buttons and give user a chance to abort the action. This is usual security when having buttons that execute macros: it is usual / recommended to ask the user’s confirmation before excuting the action.

The “BeforeClick” can have these values:

  • DoNothing – no warning message

  • PresentWithYesNo – presents message box with Yes/No Ok/Cancel buttons

  • PresentAndAbort – The action will be aborted (not executed) for users who are not administrators of the project

  • ExecCustomCode – executes JavaScript code (JS code is in “Before parameter”). If function returns True, the action is continued; otherwise the action is aborted.

Happy coding!

SNG Station – new Visionic online example

SNG Station Example Project

The SNG Station project is a new Visionic online project for a typical SNG vehicle. The monitoring and controlling system includes:

1.      SNG encoder / modulator

2.      Upconverter

3.      Software-based redundant HPA subsystem

4.      EIRP display

The project can be viewed from:

Or you can chose it as a project template when creating a new project.

Points of interest

The EIRP display is configured to show the output power, in dBW, depending on the switch position. The EIRP display is bound to the following Javascript expression:

function e() { 

var swPos = (+jsVisApp.SwitchPosition(“SW1”)); 

var power = 0.0; 

if (swPos == 1) {   

power = (+jsVisApp.Value(“AMP1”)); 

} else if (swPos == 2) {   

power = (+jsVisApp.Value(“AMP2”)); 

} else {   

power = 0.0; 


if (power <= 0.0)   

return 0.0; 


return 10 * (Math.log(power) / Math.log(10.0));



The JavaScript object jsVisApp is defined for use in JavaScript extensions. It uses functions from the Silverlight client in the browser and it is automatically included in the Visionic client HTML page. The definition of the jsVisApp is as follows (you cannot change this definition; it is for information purposes only):

var jsVisApp = {

    VisionicApp: document.getElementById(“slRuntimeObject”),

    Shape: function (shapeName) {

        return SLPlugin.Content.VisApp.Document.ActivePage.FindFirstShape(shapeName);


    ShapeText: function (shapeName) {

        return this.Shape(shapeName).FPUserText;


    SwitchPosition: function (swName) { return this.Shape(swName).GetPropValue(‘Position’, 0); },

    Value: function (shapeName, lineNum) {

        if ((lineNum == ‘undefined’) || (lineNum == null))

            lineNum = 0;

        var text = this.ShapeText(shapeName);

        if ((text == null) || (text == ))

            return 0.0;

        try {

            var pattern = /:([\S]+)/mg;

            var match = text.match(pattern);

            return (match[lineNum]).substr(1);

        } catch (e) {


        return 0.0;



The function Value(ShapeName, LineNum) returns the text line of the shape. The parameter LineNum is the line number of the text : 0 for the first line and so on.

Changing power

On the user interface you will find two hyperlink buttons: + power and –power. These buttons call IncHpaPower and DecHpaPower macors respecteviley. These macros increase or decrease the power of whatever HPA is currently connected to the antenna output.