Further Information

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  • Microsoft Windows Server 2000/2003
  • Client-Server, 32 bit application
  • SQL Server 2005 or Oracle9i/10g DB
  • Local and wide area networking support
  • Open system architecture
  • Multi-lingual design
  • Multi-document interface
  • Completely menu-driven
  • Collects data from remote stations at scheduled times or upon request
  • Manages up to 999 remote stations (9999 remote stations optional)
  • Dynamic displays
  • GIS/Map Viewer.
  • Automatic data backups
  • Data analysis and reporting
  • Optional equipment inventory and maintenance system
  • Optional custom reports
  • Optional Intranet or Internet web site
  • Optional voice information system

Envista ARM offers a variety of dynamic displays to support easy observation of system status and monitored values from the AQM stations. The following dynamic displays are available:


  • Dynamic Tabular: Display current data for one or more AQM stations.
  • Last Received: Date/Time of last data and calibration received from each AQM station
  • Dynamic Map: Multi-location current data for a single parameter plus wind flags presented on a network area map.




 Envitech Europe Envista ARM Dynamic Map-Example from NJ Map including several stations (red dots) while the mouse is over "Teaneck Township" station and the popup window indicate its name, ID and location

Many different reports are included with Envitech Europe Envista ARM data management system. These include both text and graphical reports. The following are some of the reports that are available:


  • Station Report –Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Periodic tabular and graphic reports for selected monitors from selected AQM station.
  • Group – Reflects group of monitors related to one/more stations as configured.
  • Monthly Matrix - Monthly Summary by Hour and by Day.
  • Wind Report – Tabular and graphic reports related to wind (direction and speed) and selected pollutant in several forms.
  • Histogram - Frequency distribution.
  • Index Report – Show air quality indexes of the pollution.
  • Annual Reports – For yearly air monitoring reports.
  • Edit History Reports – Tabular reflecting the changes in the data.
  • Validation Report – Validations for stations and monitors (if were any) during selected period. 


Envitech Europe Envista ARM Reports-Example for 4 Air Monitoring reports from AQM/CEM sites, tiled horizontally using the "Windows" menu


Each report is highly configurable. For example in the Station Report the user can select the following items:


  • Averaging for 1 min, 2min, 5 min, 6 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30min, 1hr, 3hr, 6hr, 8hr, 12hr, or 24hr.
  • Monitors included
  • Table or graphical format.
  • Filter criteria to restrict report output.


Operational reports offers information about the Envista ARM air monitoring stations. Some of the available Operational reports are:


  • Calibration – 3 kinds of calibration reports.
  • Status - Status information per selected monitors and air monitoring stations.
  • Alerts - List of the alerts over selected period.
  • Communication – Report reflect the communications errors that has occurred during the selected period in the selected stations.
  • Missing Data – Report that reflects the times that there was no data in the AQM station.
  • Log Book – Let you, as a technician to produce a log report related to each AQM station.



Envitech Europe Envista ARM Operational-Example for 4 operational reports from AQM/CEM sites, tiled horizontally using the "Windows" menu

Typical Envista ARM air monitoring system architecture is shown below. It utilizes a server for the database, an application server for CommCenter and public and intranet web sites, and AQM workstations for other client program access.
Many other arrangements are possible including:


  • Operation on a single PC
  • Redundant CommCenter installation with failover
  • Multiple CommCenter installations for load sharing
  • Tiered data collection utilizing Regional CommCenter installations that collect data locally and then serve data to a single master CommCenter and database
  • Redundant databases with automated failover


Envitech Europe Envista SCADA Structure Reflecting typical Envista system structure including servers, AQM/CEM stations, meteorological site, public display billboard,recievers for alerts target,internet using and more,

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