SCADA Control and Monitoring
The iVENCS SCADA module integrates SNMP and RTU equipment monitoring and control with status and fault reports from the CCTV, PA, Customer Information, and all other iVENCS subsystems, for full integrated control across multiple sites, buildings, railway lines, railway stations, and on trains.
The iVENCS system can be used as a top level SCADA integration platform when it is required to include status reports from a third party external SCADA or BMS Building Management System, together with all of the iVENCS system’s other status reports. The iVENCS SCADA is ideal for the provision of a Telecoms Monitoring System, or TMS.
Interactive System schematics can be used in addition to showing the monitored and controlled equipment on the 3D GUI. This gives the best of both worlds, showing the equipment’s actual location and geographical context, and enabling a system to be viewed, monitored and controlled as a single entity.
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Interactive 2D Schematics
Interactive System schematics can be used to enable each of the items in a subsystem to be viewed.monitored, and controlled as part of the system.
Typical schematics will be used to show IP network connectivity and the IP equipment status, to show systems such as pumps and ducts, or to illustrate the operation of smoke extract vents, pumps, and dampers.
The iVENCS SCADA system can be integrated with legacy equipment via third party or ASL Remote Terminal RTU units.
Direct integration is also available through the use of SNMP, ModBus, OPC, BACNET, or whatever other interfaces and protocols are available.
Alarm List and Status Reports
SCADA equipment alarms and equipment status can be shown via a wide range of methods:
- Alarm List entries
- Dynamic status indications on the 3D GUI , e.g. showing doors open or closed.
- Status indications on Schematics.
- Alarm indications on the 3D GUI or Schematics.