When it comes to protecting your facilities and your personnel, being able to monitor toxic gas and radiation threats remotely via wireless monitors is an important advantage. Making the most of this critical safety information requires the right software. RAE Systems software solutions enable you to integrate raw monitoring data in real time to create actionable intelligence in a centralized command center. Our industry-leading software can bring together measurements and alarm status from remote instruments in an intuitive map format that can help you speed assessment and decision-making, mitigate risk, protect assets, and simplify trend analysis. It also automates logging and organization of data for more efficient regulatory compliance. System configuration and management can be handled remotely, and maintenance issues can be scheduled, which saves time and resources. Plus, the open-platform technology supports integration with other systems, and data can be viewed remotely on a PC, mobile smartphone, or tablet device.
Calibration and Configuration Management
RAE Systems software solutions enable you to manage configuration settings for your monitors, as well as upload new firmware. In addition to seeing monitor and alarm data, command center operators and supervisors can see battery levels, calibration status, recent bump testing, whether calibration is due, and other data, enabling them to schedule and oversee maintenance in the most efficient way. This also facilitates compliance with requirements for meeting your industry’s precision and accuracy policies. Plus, it ensures that your threat detection solution is up and running when it’s needed most.
Maintaining compliance with regulations and with internal directives is an important priority for any operation. RAE Systems software solutions simplify, support, and speed compliance related to threat monitoring. With RAE Systems ProRAE Guardian software, companies can automatically maintain data logs of detection and alarm data. This reduces tedious, manual entry and provides a reliable data source for internal audits, retrospective analysis, and training.
Plume and Threat Tracking
To respond effectively to a toxic gas or radioactivity leak, it’s important to not only know what the present conditions are, but what will most likely happen in the future based on weather conditions and other factors. PlumeRAE software integrates real-time data from RAE Systems area, personal, portable, and semi-fixed monitors and a WEATHERPAK weather station to create a reasonable prediction of the toxic plume, and presents the data in an intuitive graphic display. This enables managers and commanders to assess risk, monitor conditions, plan evacuations, and determine incident response for maximum effectiveness and safety.
The ProRAE Guardian SDK enables organizations to integrate RAE Systems’ real-time data and alarm readings with external networks, such as SCADA, public warning, and predictive analytics systems. It uses a common XML structure for data exchange, and supports the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP 1.2). This capability can be used to trigger automated control measures, such as light and sound alarms or shutting down a particular valve or process, when a leak or threat is detected.
Effective decision-making requires having the right data at the right time. RAE Systems software facilitates real-time sharing of data and dynamic maps. With ProRAE Guardian, users can monitor readings in real time over the Internet via PCs or mobile devices. ProRAE Guardian Cloudserver is a hosted solution that aggregates data from multiple installations, and enables viewing of that data in remote locations via Web browsers running on PCs and mobile devices. Both solutions empower geographically dispersed decision makers with critical emergency data in real time so they can create and manage an appropriate response strategy.
Data Monitoring & Visualization
Multiple threat monitors around a facility or incident scene enable personnel to know what’s happening in real time. RAE Systems software solutions integrate data from multiple monitors to provide managers, commanders, and decision-makers with cohesive plant-wide and incident visibility, and the power to make decisions quickly and respond to circumstances as they happen.