|During 2010, a total of ten nuclear power stations were chosen to have their legacy Emergency Plume Gamma Monitoring Systems (EPGMS) replaced. Servelec Controls has over twenty years’ experience in the provision of EPGMS to the nuclear power generation industry.
The primary function of EPGMS systems is to provide essential information to an emergency team on site to assist in the assessment of the local population's radiation dose in the unlikely event of an accidental release of radioactivity.
|Servelec Controls is one of UK’s leading systems integrators, with 4 offices, 150 staff and an international presence in more than a dozen countries.|
|Each EPGMS system consists of a pair of Adroit Smart SCADA servers engineered in a dual-redundant, hot-standby configuration, with up to 6 client workstations connecting to the servers.
All EPGMS systems are connected to and monitored by a Central Emergency Support Centre (CESC), located in the geographic center of the UK.
- CESC server
- Adroit Smart SCADA server
- CESC HMI
|Real-time tracking of Gamma air kerma readings, wind speed, direction, humidity|
|Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)|