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DISTRIBUTED ACOUSTIC SYSTEM, THE FUTURE OF PERIMETER SAFETY

Did you know that the future of perimeter security lies in fiber optics? If I did not know, I invite you to know the potential of the Distributed Acoustic System, the technology based on fiber optics that is revolutionizing perimeter security.

For many years we have seen the evolution of fiber optics and the importance it has gained in the world of telecommunications, from being the future, to being a palpable reality of the whole industry. Its application and reach is increasingly remarkable, and it is thanks to the advancement of this technology that today we can solve the main security needs that affect companies, not just telecommunications.

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The impact of automation on our companies

Why are automation and control systems the common denominator among the most successful companies?
Doing more with less or what is the same: “increasing business profitability” is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses today and is the interest. Fundamental that have in common all the companies with intention to maintain its operations and leadership by many years.

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Other great challenges for companies pursuing a high level of quality, control and differentiation in the market are safety, productivity and profitability.

All factors that represent other points in common among companies that seek to add value to their products and / or services.
It is at this point that technology and humanity converge to achieve a successful synergy: Automation ; A term applicable to different areas of the human being, but particularly in the business world, every day gains greater importance.

Why and why implement automation systems in your company?

 

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The implementation of automation systems involves the acquisition of equipment and / or control elements and industrial instrumentation in order to increase the level of competitiveness and technology of the company.

  • Increase the quality of the product and / or service delivered to the customer.
  • Minimize production time.
  • Simplify operations.
  • Preserve personal security of the company’s human resources.

And the list goes on …

Thanks to the of such systems, companies can focus their efforts on real priorities, by collecting real-time data to make the most assertive decisions.

We are clear, the immediate future belongs to those companies that have decided to exhaust a process of renewal based on Automation systems.

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Presentation of Products for the Monitoring of Dissolved Gases (DGA)

Presentation of products for the Monitoring of Dissolved Gases (DGA), Humidity Extraction and Transformer Protection of the Canadian Morgan Schaffer .

The presentation by José “Pepe” Benjamín Pérez representative of Morgan Schaffer and George Gil , our Commercial Director, brought together some of the main executives of the Dominican electric sector, The intention to present a value offer that allows to monitor, to extend the useful life of your transformers.

This complete presentation was made at the facilities of the State Electric Companies Corporation ( CDEEE ) and culminated with a A nice question and answer session about our offer.


First commercial laboratory in North America to offer analysis for Dissolved Gas Monitoring (DGA)

Founded in 1965 by Dr. James E. Morgan and Dr. Robert Schaffer, Morgan Schaffer is a private corporation based in Montreal, Canada and the first commercial laboratory in North America to offer dissolved gas (DGA) analysis. Today it has clients in more than 75 countries and is a leading global provider of DGA monitoring services and solutions for large high voltage transformers.


  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
  • Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)
    Presentación de productos para el Monitoreo de Gases Disueltos (DGA)

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WHAT IS THE TELEMETRY NETWORK PROJECT?

With the intention of creating a network capable of acquiring remote information that will help to make decisions that increase the levels of prevention against natural disasters and the efficiency in the management of the Dominican water resources , The National Institute of Water Resources (INDRH), launched the Telemetric Network project , a system that collects information and integrates a visualization system Data and real-time early warning.

The system consisting of 63 nationally distributed telemetry stations began in September 2013 and communicates with a unidirectional satellite transmission channel that sends the information to two monitoring centers.

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INDRHI TELEMETRICAL NETWORK PROJECT

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The SSS Group consisted of the supply, design, installation and start-up of 63 remote telemetric stations , to be distributed across the national territory, of which 28 were completely new and 35 were rehabilitated, providing them with satellite communication.These stations communicate with a satellite unidirectional transmission channel through the National Geographic Seasonal Operational Satellite (GOES) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA). Three of them carry a GPRS communication equipment and another 13, in addition, are equipped with radial communication with IP technology. In addition, 15 stations were installed in the basins of the rivers Yaque del Sur, Mijo, San Juan, Las Cuevas, among others.

In addition, the construction of the necessary civil works for the remote stations was carried out and the existing civil works were repaired, the central stations, servers, terminals, Communication and information systems; As well as the required training and methodology for its application.

The stations of the Telemetric Network project are added to the 15 hydrometeorological stations of the Montegrande Multiple Project and Rehabilitation of the Sabana Yegua Dam, which began in November 2012 and included The installation and commissioning of telemetric stations in the Yaque del Sur river basin.


MONTE GRANDE PROJECT

After exhausting the due process of bidding, testing and verification, INDRHI, representing the Dominican state and the Monte Grande Consortium, started the study, design, construction and management work Financing of the Monte Grande Multiple Project and Rehabilitation of the Sabana Yegua Dam, which included the acquisition and installation of 15 telemetric equipment stations in the Yaque del Sur river basin.

The stations divided into four typological groups were divided into:

  • Four weather stations.
  • Four hydrometric, pluviometric and water quality stations.
  • Three hydrometric, climatic and water quality stations.
  • Four hydrometric stations.

In addition to the installation of telemetric stations and as part of the project, SSS Group, the official representative of Sutron in the Dominican Republic, has developed a training and training program with INDRHI in charge of the activities of supervision and operation of the stations, learned the operation of the operating softwares and everything related to the installation and commissioning of the said equipment.

All stations and civil works comply with the standards established by INDRHI and the consortium monte grande.

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INDRHI AGREEMENT – EGEHID

With the intention of increasing the scope of the Telemetric Network project, sharing access to information, helping to prevent natural disasters and increasing efficiency in water resources management, EGEHID < / A>), defined a cooperation agreement

under which these institutions would share access to information collected by their platforms.The acquired data are monitored by INDRHI through two monitoring centers or master stations, installed in Santo Domingo, in the facilities of the department of hydrometeorology and another in the section La Herradura in Santiago de los Caballeros. For its part, EGEHID accesses the information collected from its Control Center in Santo Domingo.

With agreement extending Telemetry Network coverage to 103 hydrometeorological stations , it is expected to improve the data acquisition process, Of data acquired in the field and make it available to other government institutions, especially those responsible for ensuring the safety of the population in the face of natural disasters and emergencies.

EGEHID PROJECT

The EGEHID telemetry system includes more than 19 sensors installed by the companies SPECIALISTAS ELECTROMECANICOS SA (EESA) and SSS Group, and included the manufacture, supply, installation and start-up of the System of sensors for the measurement of water levels in reservoir, reservoirs, chambers of commerce, central and minicentrales of EGEHID.

The sensors installed by SSS Group, subcontracted by EESA, communicate through a satellite unidirectional transmission channel through the National Oceanic’s Operational Seasonal Geo-Operational Satellite (GOES).

The development of the project contemplated the construction of civil works necessary for the installation of sensor arms and NEMA cabinets, both inside and outside the central and mini hydroelectric power stations.

Once captured and processed, through the sensors located in 20 locations equipped with satellite communication (GOES), the information is sent via satellite to the NOAA platform, to The existing X’CONNECT data collection and reception platform.

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