AirVision

AirVision 2016-11-09T21:58:03+00:00

 

Current Version:

Download AirVision Manual (updated 2016)

AirVision Hardware Requirements

AirVision Demonstration Part 1

AirVision Demonstration Part 2

 

 

Agilaire offers AirVision™, the first software that addresses current air monitoring needs while accommodating future technical innovations. Developed by industry veterans and engineered from the ground up in response to users’ needs, AirVision™ will is the first software to successfully handle:

  • Flexible data collection from a variety of different data sources, including direct polling of analyzers and samplers
  • Automatic data validation
  • Easy, user-friendly data editing and graphing
  • Enhanced reporting
  • Unique scheduling flexibility
  • Expanded security options, using groups and group permissions
  • Support for real-time telemetry networks
  • Peer to Peer capability

 NEW –  Asset Tracking Module

Allows you to track instruments and loggers serial number and agency asset tags as they move around  in your network.

Flexible Data Collection

Designed with the concept that eventually networks will consist of smart instruments connected to a central data management hub through broadband connections, AirVision is the first commercial ambient data management system with the ability to collect data directly from smart instruments as well as from various data logger type sources or site PCs. AirVision is an open system that allows any end user or company to develop drivers for different data sources. AirVision can also handle complex data flow requirements, such as automated import of manually collected particulate data, air toxics lab results, and single analyzer sites. 

You can even use AirVision to directly from your fleet of Partisol FRMs.

Automatic Data Validation

In addition to data collecting innovations, AirVision was designed to address staffing pressures and optimize the quality assurance process. A key tool to this optimization is the Automatic Data Validation Processor (ADVP). The ADVP assigns a quality grade for each data point and allows users to configure the conditions that affect the quality code. These conditions include review of internal analyzer diagnostic parameters, cross-parameter comparison (e.g., ozone should be <X when the ambient temperature is <Y) and comparison of current data against historical composite averages. The ADVP can prevent suspect or bad data from being published to the web or sent to other organizations. 

Easier Data Editing and Graphing

AirVision allows line, scatter, and histogram graphs to be accessed from the same screen with linear, matrix, and cross-tab data editors, organized by tabs. Graphical data can be reviewed with drill-down capabilities. Data can also be easily exported to Excel for additional manipulation and formatting. In addition, AirVision offers a calibration editor, a flags editor, and a PARS (Precision and Accuracy System) editor. Data can be stored in a SQL or Oracle database. 

Scheduling Flexibility

Scheduling tasks is a breeze with AirVision’s considerable flexibility. Scheduled events, tasks, and triggered tasks can be configured in one user-friendly screen which also displays the next, maximum, and last execution times. It’s no longer necessary to lose time and data by estimating the time it takes to complete a preliminary task; tasks can be scheduled to be automatically triggered upon completion of the preceding task. Users can subscribe to notifications of alarm or ADVP rule failures.

Support for Real-time Telemetry Networks

AirVision supports real-time telemetry networks, right down to instantaneous data. Always with an eye to the future, AirVision supports wireless communication, such as transporting data via cellular networks or direct radio, while still maintaining the ability to transfer data by telephone or computer network links. AirVision supports an unlimited number of backup data paths, so a downed link doesn’t mean your real-time system stops.

Peer-to-Peer Capability

With AirVision data will only have to be polled once; diverse connectivity will be supported between participants in a network rather than conventional centralized resources where a relatively low number of servers provide the core data values to a service or application. With such networks data can be shared with multiple agencies, and real-time data, such as telephony traffic, can also take advantage of peer-to-peer technology.

AirVision – Hosted

Agilaire also offers AirVision as a hosted solution, with high performance servers backed up by dual internet connection and generator backup. No software update installations required, and users enjoy the full functionality of AirVision without the IT overhead.

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Hardware requirements:

AV Server Only
-i5 proc
-4gb ram min
-100gb drive
-on board serial ports if modems still in use
-win7, win8, Server 08, Server 12

AV & SQL shared Server
-i7 proc
-6gb ram min
-500gb drive, 1tb rec’d
-on board serial ports if modems still in use
-win7, win8, Server 08, Server 12

 

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