WIN-911 is especially helpful during our night shift and can help manage human error. When an operator loses focus on the control panel or is busy with other tasks, a phone call from WIN-911 helps prevent safety issues.
WIN-911 helps Carmel’s Wastewater Utility maintain its award-winning service. Today that innovation continues with the city’s ongoing drive to optimize its water and wastewater processes, including implementing WIN-911’s software for remote alarm notifications. Read the Case Study
Every summer the population of the Cape Cod vacation town of Falmouth, MA swells from 25,000 to 120,000 people. This used to put an enormous burden on the old pump station that provided the town’s fresh water supply. To accommodate the increased summer demand, a new $42-million water treatment and filtration plant was commissioned.
Responsibility for treating and monitoring this water as well as the city’s wastewater falls on the shoulders of just a handful of city employees. With a large treatment plant, as well as miles of water distribution and wastewater pipes to monitor and maintain, a staff member must be on call day and night.
Here at WIN-911 we just love our Haagen-Dazs. So when the factory that makes the iconic ice cream brand asked us to help them reduce their alarm response times, we jumped at the chance. And the results were… delicious. Read More….
Every year Tyson Foods processes nearly 300 million pounds of hot dogs, deli meats, and smoked sausages at its New London, WI plant. Now imagine what happens when the software monitoring that processing line crashes on a weekly basis. That was the challenge Tyson asked WIN-911 and Rockwell Automation to tackle.
A global environmental firm slashes site maintenance by 96% Ecologia is a UK-based environmental contractor specializing in the investigation and remediation of soil and land contamination projects across the UK and Europe. This project involved land remediation and treatment at a large petrochemical facility in Italy. The multi-phase system was launched in 2016 and is scheduled to run for three years to remove volatile hydrocarbon contamination in shallow soils and groundwater.