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You’ve heard of the Internet of Things (IoT), SCS RMC® is the IoT for landfills, manufacturing, and industrial facilities that provides real-time viewing, analysis, and control of equipment and systems critical to production and safe operations remotely. SCS RMC® uses a network of sensors and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications to help minimize equipment downtime by alerting your team to maximize production or to an operational safety issue.
The system supports additional monitoring components as your site grows, providing facility owners and operators with a single secure application for their supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), data management, and reporting needs.
SCS RMC® is most valuable when reaction time is essential to avoid production downtime and continue operations within regulatory mandates to maintain public safety standards. SCS RMC® helps you remain lean and agile without compromising your budget.
Sensors are installed on each piece of equipment you want to monitor. Each sensor is configured to specified parameters based on each of your unique business needs and environmental reporting responsibilities. A local wireless network communicates with SCS RMC’s collector base station providing continuous readings from each sensor. Multiple groups of sensors are easily configured.
RMC sends an alert if readings are detected outside an acceptable range or if an environmental threshold is nearing exceedance. Alerts go out via the Internet to cell phones, computers, or tablets to the appropriate staff.
Using a variety of customization options, clients establish different authorization levels for staff to view, edit, approve and respond to an alert. Many pre-programmed and customized reporting options are available to simplify regulatory agency or other reporting requirements.
Following automated collection and wireless transmittal, authorized users may view, edit, map, chart, analyze, manage, and print the information. A range of standard templates is available to generate useful reports quickly and easily.
The backbone of every service at SCS Engineers is to design and develop based on our clients’ specific needs. SCS is one of the most experienced and successful environmental compliance, operations, and maintenance firms in the United States. There is no substitute for our knowledge and hands-on experience. SCS Technology Services® works closely with our engineers and field staff to develop the most effective technologies for the waste management industry. Use SCS RMC® access to monitor, control, and analyze trends in real-time from Internet-accessible devices, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You even have the option to decide how to access your data.
The backbone of every service at SCS Engineers is to design and develop based on our clients’ specific needs. SCS is one of the most experienced and successful environmental compliance, operations, and maintenance firms in the United States. There is no substitute for our knowledge and hands-on experience. SCS Technology Services® works closely with our engineers and field staff to develop the most effective technologies for the waste management industry.
Augmented Reality SCS can present real-time data in mixed reality environments (e.g., Microsoft HoloLens2). Augmented 3D facilitates the difficult task of visualizing actual and conceptual site conditions. Another application of reality technology includes analyzing landfills in more than three dimensions by combining multiple datasets. These 4D models allow users ...
Control of Industrial Processes The SCS RMC® team integrates HTML web-based technology into our client solutions enabling us to build dynamic industrial applications that automatically respond to each client’s unique needs. SCS RMC builds full SCADA, HMI, and alarm systems, providing you with a mobile view of your operations ...
Drone Services SCS Engineers’ drones, flying with a variety of cameras and technology, are especially useful for recovering the positions of surface points quickly and efficiently, and they provide much more. Orthomosaic maps, for example, help operators or responders understand a specific situation they’ll be facing and prepare themselves ...