Wireless technology for terminal operations
Honeywell's OneWireless Terminal Solution enables operators of oil and gas terminals to increase their productivity and is ISA-100 and wi-fi compatible.
Honeywell's OneWireless Terminal Solution is a portfolio of wireless-enabled products, services and productivity tools tailored for terminal operators. The OneWireless Terminal Solution enables operators of oil and gas terminals to increase their productivity while also complying with stringent health, safety and environment (HSE) regulations.
OneWireless Terminal Solution includes ISA100-compatible Honeywell Enraf SmartRadar FlexLine, a precision wireless radar gauge. Requiring no external wireless module, the FlexLine’s integrated radio sends tank level measurements securely and wirelessly to the central control room. The Flexline is also used as a data concentrator, collecting data from local tank instruments and sending the data wirelessly through the same ISA100 network.
Taking the solution beyond tank gauging, the OneWireless Terminal Solution includes additional applications such as Honeywell’s mobile productivity tools, which help the adoption of operator driven reliability (ODR) programs and enabling operators to complete activities more efficiently and safely. The OneWireless Network can also implement Wi-Fi and ISA100 instrumentation coverage in a single network.
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