TORONTO — A free app is now available from Nautel which enables the use of the current Flash-based Advanced User Interface (AUI) beyond the end-of-life planned for
browser-based Flash availability.
The app, which will operate on either Windows or macOS platforms, uses Adobe AIR to install Nautel’s Flash-enabled app on the user’s desktop. A transmitter is accessed by entering its IP address into a window which then opens the AUI for that transmitter on the user’s computer. All standard functions of the AUI are then available to the user. Multiple windows may be run at the same time for users who need to monitor a number
of Nautel transmitters and the app retains a list of IP addresses, so they do not need to be entered every time.
Nautel expects to have the full HTML5 AUI released early in 2021, with beta releases before
the end of 2020, said Matt Herdon, Nautel’s Product Manager.
The Legacy AUI Access App will be available for use until testing of the new HTML5 AUI has been completed for all AUI-enabled transmitter models.
The new app may be obtained by visiting the Legacy AUI Access App section on
https://support.nautel.com/aui/ and clicking on the “more info & download” link.