The module is built on an interactive map that allows to monitor status of water supply facilities.
Intended to add new or edit configurations of existing pumping stations and control points in the water supply control system using the parameterization method.
It makes programming unnecessary and does not require engagement of any third party organizations.
Ensures the possibility to monitor status of a company IT infrastructure which serves the basis for the Aquatoria complex. Provides the opportunity to detect troubles in communication equipment, data transmission channels, status of server hardware, databases and other elements of the control system at early stages.
The group of algorithms developed to automatiсally identify deviations and abnormalties in process operation modes and pumping equipment operation.
The module executes complex analysis of several process and equipment parameters that are concurrently changed in time in order to detect the most probable causes of abnormalties, failures or equipment breakdowns at early stages.
Selection of optimal pumping equipment
The module is aimed to assess installed pumping equipment on actual fitness to the required operation modes and to select the most relevant pumps with respect to power consumption and expected life-time.
The module algorithms take into account VFD-driven pump effectiveness change along the operation as well as pump recommended flow operation area.
Master Control Room
This specially developed tile-based interface is aimed to monitor key parameters of a large number of facilites and control metering points at one screen.
Color-coded status indication and hierarchically structured display of facilities allows an operator to promptly evaluate the situation and respond to emergency conditions.
The module is developed for training of a water intake operators to gain skill of control the system in manual mode. It simulates Aqautoria workstation screens and actual operating modes of a water intake with respect to:
Service personnel training
This module is based on VR-technology and is aimed to gain service staff skills in emergency cases simulated by the software. A personell has to fulfill a sequence of actions to fix a problem caused an accident.
Accurate simulation of physical processes is ensured by an empirical digital model created on process parameters of an actually operating system. Virtual pumping station response to personell's actions is closely resembling real life situations.