Water and Wastewater

Water and wastewater treatment, monitoring, storage, and distribution all rely on continuous processing with no downtime. With dispersed facilities and distribution pipelines, ICONICS solutions ensure perpetual monitoring of metrics not only to minimize facility costs, but also to protect resource availability, secure commercial production, and safeguard public health. Designed for systematic control, monitoring, and alarming, ICONICS water and wastewater solutions capture critical metrics from dispersed assets in real time.

Water Treatment Assets Water Treatment Assets

Native GIS Mapping

Create a geographical overview to monitor multiple locations while maintaining the ability to locate and drill into specific assets. Users can integrate with Bing Maps, Google Maps, and Esri to include additional GIS mapping features and data layers.
Alarms and Fault Detection Alarms and Fault Detection

Distributed Alarming

Enterprise-wide distributed alarm management for water and wastewater applications is provided through AlarmWorX™64, ICONICS' native alarming module. AlarmWorX64 offers the tools to deliver real-time alarm management throughout a system, with ISA18.2 compliance features. Manage alarms with a preconfigured AlarmWorX64 Viewer to integrate into any SCADA or HMI display.

Mobile Facility Monitoring Mobile Facility Monitoring

Mobile Visualization

Visualization for mobile devices is provided via MobileHMI™, the ICONICS app for native device visualization. MobileHMI provides a consistent user experience on any smartphone or tablet and delivers dashboards to any mobile device, allowing personnel to monitor and control their enterprise from anywhere.

Mobile Alerts and Alarms Mobile Alerts and Alarms

Multimedia Alarming

ICONICS supports multimedia alarming, with comprehensive OPC-based alarm management that delivers real-time alarm information directly to the user. Leverage email, pager, fax, voice, text-to-speech, and phone to alert users subscribed to an application.

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