The SCADACore Live Dashboard summary page allows users to quicly view the status of the current and archived Surface Casing Vent Pressure Tests. The easy to navigate summary grid gives users a view of the current conditions of the active Tests.
Graphs will display the latest data in graph form.
If there are multiple active units a Map view can give a broader picture of the tests.
Facility Layouts can plot the sensors on a layout of a work area. For safety personal to quickly identify a possible hazardous gas release.
Facility Layouts are customizable, layouts can be uploaded and monitors can be easily relocated.
SCADACore Live has “at a glance” indicators identifying communication failures, error codes, and alarms.
With SCADACore you can have eyes on the ground at all times with the remote surveillance solutions.
SCADACore and SCADACore’s partners can build a complete monitoring package to alarm both on site using beacons and sirens, and through email or sms for workers or residents that cannot hear or see the alarms.
SCADACore partners with various product manufacturers to provide the hardware and complete monitoring systems for your needs.
SCADACore can tie in several reporting devices such as anemometers and bring data into the same monitoring package. SCADACore Collect live also has the capabilities to share locations between packages. A perimeter monitoring system of 10 monitors could share the information from a centralized weather station.
SCADACore can also retrieve information from local public weather stations broadcasting their information to the Internet.
Weather information can be used for plume monitoring to quickly determine evacuation zones in the case of an emergency.
The Historical summary allows users to retrieve all the data reported by the devices. This can be useful when auditing bump tests to ensure the system has undergone scheduled maintenance. Data can be exported to Excel, CSV, or PDF and chart data can be saved to PDF or image files.
The Chart is interactive enabling users to zoom in on a specific area to see higher detail in the reporting.