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The next evolutionary level of explosion protection

By Chemical Engineering |

Similar to a process control system, the iQ Safety Cockpit offers an overview of all relevant protective and equipment system status, which can also be monitored in real time from any location remotely via a smartphone. Detailed, automatic and semi-automatic action plans can be linked and initiated with this system. If an event occurs in a certain area, sending an email or an SMS text message to a pre-defined distribution group can be automated to bring the incident to their attention (photo). For example, in the event of an explosion, the responsible safety officer might be informed by text message via a service phone, the surveillance cameras in the affected area could be activated or set to a different mode and management would receive an email. The iQ Safety Cockpit guides the logged-in user through the pre-defined plan of action. — Rembe GmbH Safety + Control, Brilon, Germany

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