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 EVOK gives the user an option to control basic operations via a simple web interface, such as switching I/O modules, monitoring the system state, carrying out measurements etc. For more complex operations (such as specific system / behaviour programming),​ the user has to use a suitable external application. Such an application would then use EVOK as a communication layer between the I/O modules and itself. EVOK gives the user an option to control basic operations via a simple web interface, such as switching I/O modules, monitoring the system state, carrying out measurements etc. For more complex operations (such as specific system / behaviour programming),​ the user has to use a suitable external application. Such an application would then use EVOK as a communication layer between the I/O modules and itself.
  
-Support for [[en:​sw:​02-sdks:​03-modbus-tcp|TCP-Modbus]] interface and [[en:​sw:​02-sdks:​04-sysfs|SysFS]] is also included, along with a basic Wi-Fi functionality.+Support for [[en:​sw:​02-sdks:​02-modbus-tcp|TCP-Modbus]] interface and [[en:​sw:​02-sdks:​04-sysfs|SysFS]] is also included, along with a basic Wi-Fi functionality.
  
 {{:​en:​sw:​02-evok:​evokedited.png?​400|Simplified EVOK scheme}} {{:​en:​sw:​02-evok:​evokedited.png?​400|Simplified EVOK scheme}}