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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


Bringing the smart home concept to factories – how the innovative REMBE iQ Safety Cockpit represents the next level of excellence in explosive safety


THE VISUALISATION OF SAFETY-RELEVANT FAULTS IN THE CONTROL ROOM IS ONLY HALF THE BATTLE. In order to react to such faults, pre-defined counter- measures have to be initiated. But what sounds simple can be a practical challenge for plant operators. Because protective systems and plant components


react autonomously, the correct behavior of employees in critical situations is mandatory. So, given the risk of human error, the REMBE iQ Safety Cockpit was launched. Similar to a process control system, it offers a status overview of all relevant protective and equipment systems. These can also be monitored in real time from any location remotely via smart phone. However, in addition to the PLC, detailed and automatic and semi-automatic action plans can be linked and initiated: In the case of an event in a certain area, sending an email or an SMS to a pre-defined distribution group can be automated. Such a scenario could, in the event of an explosion for example, send a text message to the service phone of the responsible safety officer, the surveillance cameras in the affected area could be activated or set to a different mode and the management would receive an email. Importantly, the REMBE iQ Safety Cockpit guides the logged-in user through a pre-defined plan of action, ensuring that all necessary process steps are followed. Those applications and process scenarios can be


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REMBE is a specialist in explosion safety and pressure relief. It provides customers in all industries with safety systems for their plants and equipment. All products are made in Germany and meet the requirements of national and international regulations. REMBE customers include market leaders in several sectors, such as the oil and gas, food, wood, chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries. rembe.de |


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individually configured for each plant: both analog and digital signals can be processed. In addition to the REMBE autonomous protective systems, GreCon spark extinguishing systems, camera systems and even fire detectors and other plant components can be combined and connected to the REMBE iQ Safety Cockpit. Lessons learned from such incidents can help improve safety concepts. All data recorded can be logged. This data can be practically expended or adjusted via the end devices. Inspection photos can also be loaded into the log. All conventional autonomous protective systems from REMBE have become smarter without sacrificing their fast and reliable functionality.


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