AffiliationScience Application, Inc.
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AbstractThe Brine Measuring System-Environmental Monitoring and Data Acquisition System (BRIMS-EMDAS) being used at the Bryan Mound, Texas, National Strategic Oil Reservoir will be used as an example to demonstrate the system features of a remote monitoring and data communications system. A buoy-mounted telemetry system is used to measure ocean temperature, conductivity and flow required for monitoring salinity levels near pumped brine outputs. The monitoring and communication system described in this presentation provides computer-to-computer communication via network as well as remote user display of data inventory, configuration and engineering unit data. The system stresses ease in configuration and inventory control. Configuration make, change and list functions and inventory list, archive and delete functions are provided.
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