Multi-remote real-time detection, data sharing: gas and radiation

ProRAE Guardian CloudServer accomplishes real-time detection and sharing of gas and radiation data across multiple remote sites.

The cloud-hosted service is announced to increase public protection, expert collaboration, and reduce incident response times. It’s for broad applications that require access to real-time, critical gas and radiation detection data across globally dispersed teams. These include upstream and downstream oil and gas facilities, fence line and multiple-facility monitoring, Hazmat, industrial monitoring, work and community protection, plus national security and public event protection.

ProRAE Guardian CloudServer service simplifies sharing of instrument data with multiple remote sites in real-time. It’s said to “empower decision-makers with critical information in emergency response situations.” It enables geographically dispersed teams to coordinate responses while simultaneously viewing the same situational data — all in real-time. Full details are free.

RAE Systems Incorporated
3775 North First Street, San Jose CA 95134
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