Eptisa will carry out the implementation of a semiautomatic auscultation system in three infrastructures of EMASESA in Seville, Spain

During six months will be installed eighty-six instrumentation sensors and thirty-four data loggers

October 21 2013

The Spanish water operator EMASESA (Empresa Metropolitana de Abastecimiento y Saneamiento de Aguas de Sevilla S.A.) has awarded to Eptisa a new project to implement a semiautomatic auscultation system in three of their infrastructures located in the region of Seville: La Minilla and El Gergal dams and the WWTP El Carambolo.

The duration of the contract is 6 months and includes drawing up the detailed auscultation design, as well as its development and execution. It will consist of the installation of new instrumentation sensors complementary to the existing auscultation devices and their subsequent semi-automation using data loggers.

Within this semi-automation, a SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) software developed by Eptisa will be implemented for data acquisition, treatment and management, which will allow data enquires via web (SAyTL 6.1). The connections between the data loggers and the management program will be carried out manually by operators using tablets where will download the historical data through a wireless connection and will update the data base later. This type of installation has the advantage of carrying out visual safety inspections during the data download route. Likewise, and because of their compatibility, the system will allow the integration of the auscultation system with the remote control system of EMASESA.

In these three infrastructures will be installed eighty-six instrumentation sensors and thirty-four data loggers, which will be located in the Control Center of the WWTP El Carambolo.


 
 Eptisa will carry out the implementation of a semiautomatic auscultation system in three infrastructures of EMASESA in Seville, Spain