Engineering equipment control system

The engineering equipment control system is intended for controlling engineering equipment that is located in geographically different or difficult-to-access areas. 

The control system is a complex of hardware and software tools which allow to perform remote control of engineering systems on one or several sites. 

The control system should be included in the system of management of multi-functional objects with complex engineering infrastructure. 

The control system can contain the following subsystems:

  • Electricity supply,
  • Gas supply,
  • Heat and water supply,
  • Accounting for power resources,
  • Security and fire alarm systems,
  • Fire extinguishing and smoke removal systems,
  • Ventilation and air conditioning, video-surveillance,
  • Access control and management,
  • Lifts, accompanying equipment, etc.

The control system ensures provision of visual information on functioning of engineering systems and possibility for the operator to control equipment directly from the control center. Data on the state of engineering equipment are sent by local automation controllers to the server. Processed technological data with necessary analytical information arrive to the control server and are displayed on computer monitors at operators' workplaces in intuitive dynamic graphic form. 

Data received and processed by the control system is transformed to various messages which are archived in long-term storage databanks. On the basis of this information (accessible at any time), reports are prepared. 

The control system gives key advantages when controlling an object:

  • Constant and centralized control of engineering systems' operation;
  • Prompt reaction in the event of a breakdown;
  • Reduced influence of 'human factor';
  • Increased efficiency of document flow and reporting system.