TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

TILOS INTEGRATION

LICENSE DESCRIPTION

 

TILOS 

System  Requirements

Recommended Hardware

Screen Resolution

  • ​Quad Core CPU, 4 * 2 GHz, 4 GB RAM

  • Full HD 1920×1080 (16:10)

OS

​​​TILOS is tested with the following operating systems:

  • Windows 8 Pro (32 bit/ 64 bit)

  • Windows 10 Pro (32 bit/ 64 bit)

 

TILOS will run also on Windows Home Editions, but it is not recommended. We do not support the usage on

Microsoft Surface Equipment.

File Server

  • ​Windows 2000 Server

  • Windows 2003 Server

  • Windows 2008 Server (64 bit)

  • Windows 2012 Server (64 bit)

  • Most SAN or NAS equipment

TILOS 

Integration& Compatibility

ASTA Powerproject

​Compatible to Powerproject Versions 10, 11, 12 and 13

Microsoft Project

Compatible to Versions 2003 (no calendars), 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016

Oracle primavera P6

​Compatible with Primavera-XML-Exchange files from Version 7 or newer.

TILOS

Available Languages

  • Chinese

  • English

  • French

  • German

  • Italian

  • Korean

  • Polish

  • Russian

  • Spanish

  • Turkish

It is possible to run more than one Language Version on the same Computer.

TILOS Licence Types

License Name

Description

Single User license

“Standalone license” is intended for installation on a local Windows workstation. The licence is connected to the client workstation.

USB license

"Portable license" The installation is on a USB Stick and it can be used with supported Windows workstations.  This is a real mobile version, as no files have to be copied or registered on the local workstation.  The license is connected to the USB stick.

Floating network license

The software can be installed on a number of networked computers and a license located centrally in a shared folder that multiple parties have access to.  When the software is started on one computer it uses a license, and when the software is closed it releases a license.  The number of simultaneous concurrent users can be much smaller than the number of occasional users of the software.  The software can be on local machines on a wide-area-network, or can be centrally located and published under Remote Desktop or Citrix.

Company license

The software can be installed on a number of networked computers and the license is held as a list of named users located centrally in a shared folder that all have access to.

The software can only be used by one of the people listed, but the list can be edited. 

This situation is useful in larger deployments and where users need assured access to the software