The ever-changing compliance needs of today’s environmental professionals require higher levels of automation and data accessibility. To respond to market demands, we designed the NetDAHS Edge software, a proactive and centralized control hub for air emissions compliance reporting. The software incorporates web-based push technology to allow accurate, live data from across your fleet to be shared securely among multiple users. The freedom of being able to access the DAHS from anywhere can allow an instruments and control technician to manage several tasks from a centralized location or the mobility to move on to the next the next location while one task finishes.
CEMTEK KVB-Enertec’s evolutionary DAHS with NetDAHS Edge push technology builds on our successful and stable NetDAHS technology platform, which enables secure access to data at any time from any computer with network connectivity. Since 2003, our proven web-based platform has met and continues to exceed compliance needs. The enhanced web interface found in NetDAHS Edge software incorporates the same dependable and innovative tools necessary to monitor your air compliance data. Monitor emissions data in a truly proactive and centralized control hub. CEMTEK KVB-Enertec offers its evolutionary DAHS architecture with push technology through our NetDAHS Edge software.
Our scalable platform can be configured to handle 40 CFR 60/63/75 requirements along with state, local, or consent decree reporting obligations. A “One-Step EDR” button streamlines the quarterly reporting gauntlet by automating the checks on the hourly averages, data substitution routines and ultimately the creation of the electronic data report (EDR).
From one a single unit to an entire refinery, NetDAHS Edge software can help you effectively manage your air compliance data.
CEMS Hourly & Quarterly Views
The NetDAHS has many different view screens for Part 75 hourly emissions data. Determination Code (MODC) and customer missing reason codes to give customers a quick look into why a hour was missing and what type of substitution was used. This allows NetDAHS Edge users the ability to simplify compliance data analysis by evaluating a quarterly period in one view. If a problem exists or data is missing, users can simply click within the timeline for details by the hour or minute. Users can drill-down into specific areas of their data, eliminating the need for lengthy reports or tedious quarterly searches required by other data acquisition and handling systems. This data grid, like most NetDAHS Edge pages, can be exported to Excel at a click of a button.
We have taken the features of CEMS Hourly viewers, added more graphical displays, and made it available for anyone to use in in EdgeHours. Users can add their own parameters and start mining into points of interest. What interests you doesn’t have to be a pollutant- add process data like megawatts or clinker produced and track consumables like fuels and cylinder gas usage too. EdgeHours has several data substitution options available that supports unique permit requirements or evaluating the impact of downtime events.
Cylinder Inventory Management
Air emissions maintenance and reporting became more complex with the implementation of the Protocol Gas Verification Program (PGVP). NetDAHS Edge software’s Cylinder Inventory Management System streamlines the reporting process, eliminating most opportunities for human errors, such as transposed numbers and misplaced decimal points.
From entering cylinder certification data to taking bottles out of service, NetDAHS Edge uses one intuitive screen. Cylinder data can be entered into the system in several ways. You can scan the QR codes on the cylinder certification sheet, a file of the cylinders on site can be manually imported, or users can also easily load the cylinder detail in each field.
One-Step XML EDR Screen
Compliance data reporting is even less complicated when Monitoring Plan periodic checks are used with the One-Step EDR screen. In one click, complete quarterly or quarter-to-date reports can be generated.
The USEPA’s Emissions Collection and Monitoring Plan System (ECMPS) is the application for reporting emissions and quality assurance data for Part 75 and MATS affected sources. If you already familiar with ECMPS, this concludes your training for how to use the Monitoring Plan application in NetDAHS Edge. As the graphic demonstrates, incorporating the same look and feel as ECMPS makes for a seamless transition between the two applications. Edit your monitoring plan in ECMPS, validate it, and submit it to the EPA. Export that monitoring plan right out of ECMPS and import directly to it into NetDAHS Edge. Comfortable making changes to your monitoring plan? Then make your edits on NetDAHS Edge and export the file and import it into ECMPS. It’s really that
Through Work Slates, users can group and display data. These dynamic work spaces can easily be changed into what you want by reorganizing, re-sizing, and adding or deleting widgets. You can have many of them pre setup for different situations like startups, testing, etc… and have it ready in the click of a button. Trending, alarms, episodes and more all on a single page to view.
Gauge widgets to track real-time information
Status indicators for configured alarms or compliance episodes
Display trends for monitoring operations
Viewing access to a special version of your Work Slate on your favorite mobile device
Troubleshoot upset conditions by adding widgets to an existing Work Slate
Create a temporary, ad hoc Work Slate and delete the slate when it is no longer needed
Cert Slate is a Part 75 QA summary at a glance. It captures QA metrics at any given moment and displays them in an easy-to-read table. If your network configuration facilitates linking multiple NetDAHS Edge servers together, the cross-fleet data will be aggregated automatically and available for review in one location from any of the NetDAHS Edge servers.
- Colored cells that can be defined by users – from tracking the number of operating hours to scheduling the next Relative Accuracy Test Audit (RATA)
- Email alert capability through a dynamic area that provides real-time status of alarms, calibrations, and percent monitor availability (PMA) for the entire fleet
- An appointment calendar to schedule/document any other QA-related procedure for the entire fleet
- Even supports the use of grace periods as allowed for daily calibrations, linearities, rata’s and much more.
NetDAHS Edge includes an all-new feature set called EdgeTrace. Now when you want to understand more information about a widget displayed on a WorkSlate, you just hover over the widget name to display helpful information about the widget. This information can show the source of the data including any equations that combine information from other widgets.
EdgeTrace expands to provide more information about your alarms, episodes and reports. And can be configured to provide permit citations direct from your air permit for any episodes on your system. Once configured, all EdgeTrace text is fully customizable by the end user.
Trend Slate allows users to display trending data on specified parameters in multiple ways:
- Customer range
- Calibration drift trend
Data acquisition and handling systems need to be agile and responsive to meet the needs of users who may be managing data across a plant or an entire fleet. NetDAHS Edge software simplifies emissions data management by providing centralized access to more real-time information without risking the integrity of compliance data.
When used for fleet emissions data management, each facility has its own NetDAHS Edge platform server which is used as the regulatory compliance engine. The software is designed to accommodate disparate data in one centralized view and without the need for additional products or maintenance contracts.
Use of our smart message technology enables NetDAHS Edge servers to share and present instantaneous data on one web page using network communication, regardless of the physical distance from one server to another.