Central remote control station
Remote management control center
The remote management control stations perform the role of informing the operator of the proper functioning of the equipment to which they are attached. In case of breakdown of a field device, the remote management control center can commission a trouble shooting action in real time and monitor the results of the action.
- Remote control and monitoring
- Field equipment alarm
- Allows manual overrides
- GSM / EMAIL / SMS
Guarantee quality of service
The remote management CONTROL CENTER optimizes the operating and maintenance procedures on all types of sites and facilities, even distant or isolated. It monitors the proper functioning of installations, a process which is greatly facilited bythe automatic alert procedure, providing a truly coherent response to intervention management
Responsiveness through the use of an automated service considerable reduces operational costs. Intervening staff are only required to leave their posts if the intervention request comes from the remote management control station. In addition, in almost every case, the alert signal specifies the exact nature of the malfunction, which optimizes the efficiency of the intervention procedure. It addresses everyone involved in urban travel management by providing them with the appropriate tools, whether it is a question of:
Server and operator posts using Windows,
Control / command MMI,
Real time applications developed in C++,
Customer / server architecture,
Bases de données SGBDR Oracle 10g,
Deferred time tools using Microsoft Office.
Real time communication
The heart of the system is the ILOG server. It collects processes and redistributes real time information to all the system interfaces.
Time deferred communications
The deferred time configuration and analysis applications rely heavily on the configuration and historic data bases, as well as file sharing (the tables containing the measurements may contain several tens, or even millions of recordings).
Deployment is adapted to the specific requirements of each town with equipment dimensioned to match the potential number of devices to be connected, the different options, and the possibility of adding supplementary operator stations or servers according to the needs.