Iveda Solutions, a provider of intelligent video search technology, surveillance and IoT (Internet of Things) platforms with smart devices, says it has signed a US$1.5m contract with Taiwan’s Taoyuan International to expand the airport’s facility management system.
The company plans to work with Siemens to build a new SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) system using the airport’s metasystem database. The goal is to reduce functional limitations and improve the alerting system for early awareness of anomalies.
Siemens’ A8000 RTU will be adopted to initiate airport smart signal collection to comply with international security regulations. This will integrate a wide range of energy sources and will be used in utility and power transmission, as well as distribution. Iveda says the new system will ensure smooth and safe operation while also increasing the number of SQL data storage points for future report consolidation of energy-saving data.
Iveda also plans to establish a facility management system utilizing a virtual machine platform and a geographic information system (GIS). The all-encompassing system will include database management, alarm processing, maintenance management, permission authentication, network management and power monitoring.
The facility management system will integrate the management of the airport’s power and electrical-mechanical systems. Fire alarm and related systems will be monitored utilizing GIS to provide spatial information for immediate notification and coordination of necessary actions. A 3D building information model (BIM) will also be built to provide on-site engineers with visualization of services behind the airport’s walls.