Asset management is very much a high priority for local councils nowadays but in most cases this doesn’t go any further than putting a value and life time on its assets.
In most councils, there remains a lot to be desired in the upkeep of technical data for each of their parks. Drawings, if they are available at all, are mostly out of date and modifications to control systems are rarely recorded properly.
This is where the Smart Control Asset Management comes in. Based on the DAD platform, the system allows for detailed information of all electrical equipment placed in a park.
Not only do we store each and every drawing related to individual parks, but more importantly every cable connection is provided in detail so that maintenance becomes so much more effective. Even every component is recorded in detail complete with part number, brand name and local supplier.
And the most important part of this is that all of this information is available on a tablet for use by the local technician.
Of course keeping this system up-to-date requires a lot of technical and administrative activities but since all of this is cloud based, the team at Smart Park Control can maintain the system from their Joondalup office.
SmartPark Control (A division of Industrial Automation Group) | Total Park Management for local / state government
SmartPark Control provides a unique cloud based Park Management system that combines all activities related to the proper maintenance and control of parks in one multi user application.
Bringing together 10 different functions into one system provides end users with a cost effective management tool that has no equal. These are:
1) Decentralised irrigation control provides individual station control per location for up to 100 stations using either two-wire or multi-wire connectivity. These individual controllers can then connect to a cloud based SCADA system for data logging, alarming and setpoint transfers
2) Tank management and pump control using dedicated control panels for the provision of pressure and /or flow control using a combination of soft starters and VSDs
3) Fertilser and wetting agent injection systems directly connected to the irrigation controller
4) Chlorine and pH monitoring
5) Weather station inputs that can be distributed among multiple controllers to allow evapotranspiration calculations
6) Floodlight control with power monitoring displays and floodlight selection to provide sporting clubs with the ability to reduce their expenditure by using pre-paid access cards
7) Solar power standpipe control for the filling of water tankers using pr-paid or post-paid access cards
8) Electric BBQ control for the vandal prevention, faulty element detection and usage statistics
9) Asset management of all electrical equipment including costing of spares and detailed electric drawings of all equipment and installation details.
10) Display all this on PCs, tablets and smart phones using auto sizing of the data.