Adequacy of an alarm system to international standards
See how the Trigger methodology and tool together adapted an overloaded alarm system to ISA 18.2 and EEMUA 191
For a robust and responsive alarm system
The adaptation of your alarm system to international standards ensures that the operator handles a maximum number of alarms per hour, and that alarms are only triggered by really relevant problems.
This ensures an improvement in operator response time and prevents problems from going unnoticed.
A more efficient and quicker response from the operator prevents the problems from lasting, which in the long run decreases the number of stops and breaks.
In this way, an efficient alarm system leads not only to savings with corrective maintenance, but also to an increase in productivity.
It's very common for alarm management and matching systems to be restricted to a particular manufacturer's supervisor.
Trigger dialogues with any database you have, giving you greater flexibility and even openness for you to change your supervisor in the future.
Cloud operation reduces the need for on-premise servers and, consequently, their configuration and maintenance, which can be costly.
Besides the simplicity of implementation and upgrading, the cloud therefore provides a lower cost than an On Premise solution, with considerable savings.
Security is one of our biggest concerns: communication between the plant and the cloud is done using the most advanced encryption and procedures are supervised by our Cybersecurity team.
Data, the most precious asset in times of digital transformation, has its security guaranteed.
In many softwares the update is difficult, it requires personnel displacement and therefore can only be done from time to time.
In Trigger, operating in the cloud causes the software to be updated constantly, automatically and without any work for the customer.
Visualize the performance of your alarm system and compare it with the metrics recommended by ISA 18.2 and EEMUA 191.
Identify which alarms most impact on system metrics and act more assertively
Coordinate the necessary actions on your alarm system using Trigger Collaborative Kanban
There are softwares that are willing to make the alarm system more robust, but they only work with a certain supervisor or manufacturer
Trigger dialogues with any database and has no restrictions in this regard.
Software On Premise has a difficult update for logistic reasons, and therefore are only made after long periods of time
Trigger, because it operates in the cloud, is updated and improved with great frequency, without any work by the customer.
Many softwares, because they are On Premise, have high costs with server maintenance and these, due to their need of configuration, end up making the implementation process slow
The cloud operation, for not having spent so many servers, allows a lower cost and a more dynamic implementation.
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