Monitor your process information in near real-time from anywhere within your corporate structure.


Access critical information from outside the control room

The EDS™ is a scalable historian designed for collecting and processing plant data, and viewing of current and past process information from anywhere within your corporate structure. EDS information is gathered from control systems, as well as the entire enterprise or multiple sources into one place and is presented in near real-time data, process and read-only control diagrams, alarm lists, trends, and reports. This provides remote users a high-fidelity representation of the control room.

How It Works

Remote Visualization

EDS collects and processes plant data. It allows users to view current and historical data, gathered from one or more distributed control systems and other plant data sources, through regeneration process graphics, trends and reports available at the users’ desktops.

More eyes on the process leads to a better understanding of current conditions and to quicker problem identification and resolution.

Control System Integration

EDS manages the distribution of process values, alarms and displays to users running the EDS terminal client application suite at their desktop computer. The EDS also acts as a data integration platform that provides process information to plant optimization and performance software applications.

The EDS architecture supports interfacing with one or more control systems, with one EDS server typically located at each plant site.

Original Graphics

A key feature of the EDS that sets it apart from other control system integration products is its ability to import and convert original control system process graphics for viewing at the EDS terminal client application. Ovation control systems provides users with a consistent view and eliminates the expense of recreating displays in other formats. EDS launches the control builder’s viewer for signal diagrams, giving remote users access to troubleshooting and diagnostic information.


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