Cloud service for environmental monitoring
The WebMonitoring 4.1 version is a simple and efficient solution for environmental noise and vibration monitoring.
Powerful real time web monitoring for noise and vibration with feature rich website
Calculation and display of average and sliding indicators (Lden, Ln, Leq per period,Lmax…)
Range of graphic displays: time histories, daily and weekly summaries, HeatMap, spectrograms…
Download raw data via FTP link
Use of the dBTRAIT softwarefor data processing & analysis
Alarms management on the website
Real-time alarms based on upto 2 user-defined thresholds
Automatic counting of events above thresholdsCoordination of multiplethresholds including acrossmultiple locations
CLOUD DATA STORAGE
Back-up and periodic archivesAutomated replication (option)
Real-time display of measureddata (noise, vibration,meteorological) together with GPS localisation
Real-time time histories andspectrograms
In-situ and remote setup of monitoring stations based onproject specific requirementsRemote access and control of monitoring stations during the project if needed
LIVE WEATHER DATA
New web interface
Now available in a new 4.1 version, the Acoem WebMonitoring interface has been reviewed in order to enhance the user experience and productivity:
new graphical style for improved legibility
dynamic tabs to display or hide information
new Acoem heatmap graphics
new banner with weather information
direct integration of the alarm management
annual summary page reviewing key indicators
audio and video recording displaying
In the cloud
Data collected by the monitoring stations is transferred to the 01dB data-hosting center on a periodic basis. It is stored and backed-up in order to maintain its integrity. Raw data is remotely accessible by FTP and can be downloaded for further processing with dBTrait software (provided on demand). All data and the project website itself will remain accessible for up to six months after completion of the project. All hosted information is strictly confidential and cannot be used by Acoem or any associated third party.
To simplify on-site installation, Fusion has a function for the automatic detection of a calibration acoustic source which lets you calibrate and adjust the instrument without doing anything more than switching on the device.
An integrated measurement-chain verification system also performs periodic checks automatically. Electrical verification tests the entire measurement chain, including the microphone by injecting an alternating sinusoidal load on the microphone’s terminals at the selected frequencies, at one or two levels. The principle is to read reference values and check the deviation with respect to other measured values over time.
HeatMap provides users with a clear and simple overview of the indicators monitored throughout the operation. For example, it enables users to instantly see whether worksite start-up and shutdown times have been respected. It also identifies the time periods during which regulatory thresholds are exceeded.
Based on the principle of a weekly chart displaying average hourly levels in color for each day within a week, HeatMap offers sophisticated features over and above a conventional chart.
With the 3.0 version, Acoem WebMonitoring has been enhanced with an essential features for creating summary reports directly from the Web interface.
Summary report includes the following information:
location of the considered measurement point(s) and associated description
heatmap over the period displaying the indicator selected by the user
list of alarms during the selected period of time
variation of the selected indicators over time
table of indicators
It is possible to connect a weather station to a noise monitoring terminal, with the data collected then transmitted simultaneously and in synchronization with the acoustic indicators. Weather data is available in real time or offline in various formats:
new banner with weather information displayed on the “site” and “station” pages in real time
time history on the “station” page in real time and on the “point” page offline
The following data is available in real time: