ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
HMI – SCADA – LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT
Environmental monitoring are the processes and activities that characterize and monitor the quality of the environment.
Monitoring strategies and programmes are designed to establish, monitor and manage the status of an environment and to establish trends or identify risk. The results of monitoring are reviewed, analysed statistically and reported or documented and utilised to establish a successful and dynamic monitoring and management system. It contributes to the optimised maintenance and safety of any controlled process and its optimum goal achievement.
Single Platform Interface
The MAPS EMS module is a single management platform and
Platform Interface Wizards
Both predefined and customizable Interfaces can be used for exceptionally rapid deployment.
Drag and Drop
Functionality generated through the Drag and Drop Interface Wizards includes
Click and Deploy
Through the EMS management hierarchy, sensors and objects can be created and managed through a simple click and
Rapid visualization of active sensors placed in a crisis event.
Ease of Active Management
The ability to move sensors and redefine safety zones without the need of engineers or software designers.
Monitor – Manage – Control
Monitors and alarms on activities of certain gases, temperatures, smoke, methane, carbon monoxide, pressure, hydrogen, dust, ammoniac and oxygen amongst others.
Toxic combustion products and smoke from a fire travel with the ventilation airflow, thus placing a greater burden on the fire detection and warning system.
Leak detection systems and leak detector, which will give an alarm indication, before stored product can enter the environment causing environmental pollution.
Smoke and CO detection with high threshold alarms to provide early warning of smoke. FAA fire algorithm which monitors small but continuous rise in smoke or gas levels.
The fire detection component identify two main categories; Smoke and CO detection with high threshold alarms to provide early warning of fire.
A variety of environment areas for monitoring where the safety of the environment and human life could be affected.