Access to Data as it Happens
A comprehensive, SQL relational database is the heart of each Greenlight System and located at the base station of the project site. Data points from the field stations (environmental measurements, weather and operational data, system status information) are time- and date-stamped as they are archived. As data is retrieved, in real time, by the Centralized Database, the Greenlight System web applications are automatically updated so that the viewer sees up-to-the-minute environmental measurements and other site impacts including weather, operational and system status information on their computer screens (or smart phones).
Alarm levels, data discrepancies, and site conditions can be displayed and highlighted in multiple ways – as part of the visualization system, physical annunciators (e.g., lights, horns), or hand-held devices such as PDAs, pagers, cell phones and smart phones.Click To View System Screenshot
Real-time and Archival Data at Your Fingertips
When you need answers, the Greenlight System provides the data. Immediate and archival data can be retrieved, analyzed and reported to meet client, community and regulatory needs as well as support risk management objectives.
Real-time applications, such as alarms and graphical displays and charts, allow site personnel to make timely operational decisions.
The time-stamped archive has options for reporting, plotting and exporting the project data spanning a time frame of right now through the history of the project.
With real-time data, the Greenlight System makes it clear what is happening at the site. With multiple graphical data displays, on-site and off-site personnel have an immediate snapshot of current air monitoring conditions. By reviewing the archival data and real-time data from the centralized database, authorized persons have the power to react knowledgeably and make immediate, informed project decisions that may affect site operations as well as crew and community health and safety.
Informed Robust Data Collection and Verification
The centralized database works in conjunction with the local GEMS-3000 database in each field station ensuring that data is retained in the field until its transfer to the centralized database is verified. In the event of communication outages or other disruptions, the field data can always be recovered, even hours or days later.