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ALARM NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE PROTECTS ORLY AIRPORT POWER PLANT
ALARM NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE PROTECTS ORLY AIRPORT POWER PLANT
ALARM NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE PROTECTS ORLY AIRPORT POWER PLANT
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The plant is also responsible for covering Orly’s energy requirements in the event of a failure of the regional power supply. Should the local power grid ever fail, restoration of power must be seamless to ensure an uninterrupted supply of energy to all ANA-related systems. There is simply no margin for error when faced with such an implacable need for continuity.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Environmental Health & Safety
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For out of this World Protection, NASA Relies on WIN-911
For out of this World Protection, NASA Relies on WIN-911
For out of this World Protection, NASA Relies on WIN-911
WIN-911
The Spacecraft Propulsion Research Facility at Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio is the world's largest space simulation chamber measuring 100 feet in diameter and rocketing more than six stories tall.The facility conducts tests within the vacuum chamber after the necessary electrical power, fuel, oxidizer, and purge gas connections are made. To recreate the conditions of outer space while still on earth, the test facilities rely on vacuum pumps and cryogenic systems which can simulate deep space temperatures down to -423°F. Protecting the scientists and engineers is critical to moving space missions forward safely.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementEnvironmental Health & Safety
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FOR OUT OF THIS WORLD PROTECTION, NASA RELIES ON WIN-911
FOR OUT OF THIS WORLD PROTECTION, NASA RELIES ON WIN-911
FOR OUT OF THIS WORLD PROTECTION, NASA RELIES ON WIN-911
WIN-911
The Spacecraft Propulsion Research Facility conducts tests within the vacuum chamber after the necessary electrical power, fuel, oxidizer, and purge gas connections are made. To recreate the conditions of outer space while still on earth, the test facilities rely on vacuum pumps and cryogenic systems which can simulate deep space temperatures down to -423°F. Protecting the scientists and engineers is critical to moving space missions forward safely.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Environmental Health & SafetyQuality Assurance & Control
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