New Data Acquisition System to be Shown at AQE 2017
Apr 20 2017 Read 408 Times
Next to their proven Air Quality Data Management Software AquisNet, Kisters will present for the first time in the UK, at AQE 2017, their all new AquisNetLOG data acquisition system for air quality monitoring stations. The unit comes with numerous serial ports, IP connection and optional analogue input channels. Data protocols for more than 200 market standard analysers and monitoring stations readily included. The turn key system features a web-based user interface for easy installation and configuration. Data can be pre-processed and stored locally in up to three parallel circular buffers. Data is accessed via a SOAP interface. Alternatively, users can access data using a Cloud application.
Kisters’ AquisNet Data Management System is the congenial partner of the AquisNetLOG. Support for the SOAP interface to fetch data and upload configurations is readily available. In parallel, communication with further data acquisition systems remains an option. Currently Breitfuss, ENDAS, airpointer, airQmis, Daisy and Kisters’ own AquisNet DAS are supported – others on demand or via file import. AquisNet is thus the ideal software solutions for operators of heterogeneous air quality monitoring networks. AquisNet harmonises all data entering the system and generates a consistent database for long-term archiving and interactive data processing with plenty of automation function for tedious everyday tasks. AquisNet systems are highly scalable and adapt to all network sizes.
AquisNetLOG and AquisNet are on show on Stand 61.
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