It has a view to present the real time information of categories and signals. Allowing a prompt reaction to unwanted events in the availability of the system.
This view is built from the hierarchical structure of user-defined categories. The categories represent groups of signals organized under a hierarchy, similar to the purpose of topologies in a SCADA system, in each of the nodes it will be possible to observe the availability calculated from zero hours of the current day, and it will be updated minute by minute. It allows the user to quickly identify the status of signal availability according to its hierarchy in the tree. This allows the user to focus their effort on specific segments that may have dependencies on a centralized channel or hub team.
The behavior of the system availability calculated from zero hours of the current day is observed, and it will be updated minute by minute.
A view of the status of the availability of each signal according to its last state. The availability of each signal is estimated in two points: Local Availability and COES Availability. Each signal is accompanied by a category with which it is associated, the ICCP code with which it is identified in the network, its condition of Quality, Value, Cause and the three-time stamp references mentioned above.
The report’s view allows access to the historical record of availability for the selected category through different types of reports that represent the time range of interest and the list of configured categories. This information is shown both in the form of a trend graph, with the reference of the estimated availability, and a data table of the percentages in each unit of time. At the top left is the Export data option with which the user can export the information in CSV format.
It has a web module for consulting information and downloading reports, access is configurable according to the user’s privileges and access port via HTTP. In this session, the program directs the user to the report query component, where they can define time ranges (Last hour, day, week, month, quarter, or custom) and category.