AggreGate IoT Platform is the solution primarily suitable for industrial automation, large enterprise and datacenter network monitoring and control. Nevertheless, people from different countries are eager to buy our IoT solution for their house or office digitalization.
This time, the license goes to Sweden to make one more house smarter and more comfortable.
Our customer purchased two TPP2 generation 2 boards with enclosures, one board with a display and the other one without a display. He equipped them with the GA1000 Wi-Fi module and purchased plenty of Tibbits to do experiments and learn how to use them.
One of the TPP2 units was sitting on his desk as a "lab-unit" where he developed and tested different solutions in Tibbo Basic, for instance, RTD with PT500 and PT1000 sensors, digital outputs controlled by time schedules, agent connection to the free AggreGate SCADA/HMI to name a few.
He did some experiments with Modbus frames from the RS485-port (Tibbit #05) to a Modbus simulator on his PC with good results. This was hopefully something he could use later on to get data from electricity meters, and eventually other Modbus compatible devices.
The second TPP2 unit was installed in customer’s garage where he connected two PT500 temperature sensors, one measuring the temperature in the garage and the other one measuring the outdoor temperature. It was possible to use it to control the temperature in the garage later on with a set point switching the electric heaters on and off.
The unit also downloaded correct time from internet time-servers via NTP and sunrise/sunset time for the customer’s location in northern Sweden from a website which provided the service. He used the sunrise/sunset time combined with a time schedule to control a digital output which turned the outdoor illumination on and off instead of using an outdoor light sensor.
Our customer also used another digital output with time schedule to control an electrical outlet for his car engine heater, so then he could switch it on and off from AggreGate without leaving the house.
The unit was also equipped with the barometric pressure sensor (Tibbit #35). The customer used the historic logging feature in AggreGate to store both temperature and barometric pressure data displayed on a dashboard.
He also started to develop a PI-controller which he intended to use in the other TPP2 unit to control the heating system of his house, with outdoor compensated flow temperature for the radiators, time schedules for energy-saving during the night and when the house was empty, automatic pump switch-off when heating was not needed. Right now it's controlled by a simple Danfoss regulator.
The complex system remotely monitors push dozers of SevGok Company, one of the largest European mining enterprises and the leading Ukrainian mining company with the complete cycle of raw materials preparation for metallurgical industry.
The onboard telemetry system is installed on Novitec Company technological transport. The client-server software is implemented at the customer site for telemetry data acquisition.
Thus, it is now possible to track fleet movement, control fuel consumption, monitor onboard electronics quality parameters, process data, transmit it to the enterprise accounting system, and provide system clients workstations operation.
The solution deployment allows SevGok to reduce fleet operation costs, improve efficiency, predict failures and downtime, create workstations for remote fleet management in real time, and notify of emergencies.
The system also comes with automated data transfer to enterprise accounting system, easy graphical, textual and cartographic reports creation. To cap it all, due to rich functionality and flexibility, engineers can redesign and enhance AggreGate solution at any time.
In future, Novitec Company is going to develop and deploy the system at other production units.
Tibbo Systems specialists can easily provide you with the suitable solution for successful implementation of any possible project.
From this moment on, Tibbo Systems employs in-house corporate CRM system based on our AggreGate IoT Platform. At the system core, there is our new Classes module, i.e. relational or graph data storage access interface. We used Classes to model typical CRM objects (Accounts, Contacts, Leads, Opportunities, Agreements, etc.) and their relations.
In addition to default CRM features, the solution comes with document flow module (migrated from SharePoint). The shift to AggreGate CRM system allowed to reduce costs and integrate the solution with other corporate systems for full-fledged and well-timed access to business data.
We love Dynamics CRM but it's time to say bye since our own baby grew up. The whole CRM implementation project took 4 months of single person's labor time including data migration.
The main tasks of the complex are to meter and fix readings of pollutant emissions volume, mass, and concentration, as well as transmit the data to government according to the law. In other words, AggreGate helps to protect the environment during enterprise performance, use nature recources efficiently, restore them, and comply with the requirements in the field of environmental protection.
As a reminder, according to the federal act “On Protection of Environment", the projected systems like that should include basic automatic facilities that record and transmit data on pollutant emissions volume, mass, and concentration, as well as pollutants discharge to state ecological monitoring database.
Delving into the technical aspects, the following system features can be highlighted:
data collection from sensors and other equipment via standard protocols (Modbus, OPC);
monitored parameters transmission to state ecological monitoring database;
detection of monitored values threshold violation, alert generation;
alert notifications (E-mail, SMS, XML);
data representation in form of HMIs at operator workstation;
automatic processing, logging, and storage of incoming data;
report creation, export, and printout;
facility and network infrastructure troubleshooting;
AggreGate SCADA/HMI and other AggreGate-based products recognize a wide range of power engineering tasks, such as vendor-agnostic supervisory control for power generation facilities, remote monitoring and automation of substations, advanced energy metering and statistical reporting, usage analytics, supply and demand management.
Make sure of that by learning our case studies:
Automating steam turbine operation system for one of the largest sugar producers in the world. Download the Use Case.
Centralized incident monitoring and management system for a large-scale electric grid company in Moscow. Download the Use Case.
Distributed real-time data acquisition system for the nuclear research reactor of Kurchatov Institute. Download the Use Case.
At the National Oil and Gas Forum, our partner Fort Dialogue Company presented visual virtual demo project called “Automated spillage response system”. It was implemented on AggreGate SCADA/HMI basis.
Upon emergency, the system responses immediately and redirects oil flows: it cuts off failing gate valves, opens other ones, and shuts off pumps.
Meanwhile, drones with spill position coordinates get off from nearby airdromes to the emergency site. They carry out in-depth emergency cause analysis and estimate disaster extent by sending photo and video data to operator and storage. They also inform response units.
The broad event picture is reflected on two screens. The first one shows operator actions; the second one visualizes processes on emergency site in high quality: reversing, oil flow redirection in pipelines, drone actions, transmitted data precision, etc.
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The workspace offers a single-window UI to allow security officers to monitor physical security equipment operation, environment parameters, employee movements, as well as react promptly in case of an emergency situation.
The solution was presented to the President of Tatarstan region Mr. Rustam Minnikhanov at the Innopolis Venture Forum.