5 minutes to check the status of all your campaigns

15. February 2020 | AmmonitOR
5 minutes to check the status of all your campaigns
AmmonitOR for system monitoring and data management

How long do you need to check the status of all your measurement campaigns?

More than 5 minutes? We know a way to speed up the daily system check. It's called AmmonitOR. It's online. It's for

  • Wind Ressource Assessment,
  • Power Performance Measurements and
  • Wind Park Monitoring¬†

And:

You can work with AmmonitOR wherever and whenever you wish - with your preferred device.

AmmonitOR is our web platform for system and data management. You can easily configure your Ammonit data loggers to upload system and/or measurement data. Hence, you can check the system status and monitor measurement data within a few minutes.

4 letters that make the difference

It's called Project key and it is unique for each project in AmmonitOR. The Project key links the project in AmmonitOR with its devices, e.g., Ammonit Meteo-40 data loggers.

If you work with Meteo-40 data loggers, you only have to copy the Project key from your AmmonitOR project in the Meteo-40 web interface. The relation between data logger and web platform will be established with the first configured file upload from Meteo-40.

Do you know a configuration process that is easier than copying 4 letters from A to B?

Your Meteo-40 measurement system is installed in the middle of nowhere with remote access and stand-alone power supply. Regularly you receive data files from Meteo-40. Then all of a sudden the system is inactive - no file, no communication. What has happened? Analysing a system without any data is pretty difficult. In AmmonitOR you can see the latest connectivity and battery status of the measurement system.

The configuration needs only four steps:

  1. Register at AmmonitOR.
  2. Create a project.
  3. Go to the Meteo-40 web interface and open the AmmonitOR menu.
  4. Enter the Project key from the Am-monitOR project, which you just created. Done!

Efficient campaign control with Meteo-40 and AmmonitOR

Heavy rain outside, no sun for days - the weather can be terrible. However, due to climate change we have the feeling that we experience more and more ex-treme weather situations. So how does your measure-ment system get along with those extremes? Is the battery charge okay after a few days without sunshine? At which time the data logger will be online available the next time? AmmonitOR knows.

By checking the Week's review of your projects in AmmonitOR, you see battery status and connection performance at a glance. Within a few seconds you know, whether your system is working properly or not.

With just a few system details you can evaluate the performance of your remote measurement system

By implementing filters you can double-check system functionality. If a filter triggers, AmmonitOR can send warnings.

AmmonitOR supports you with configurable filters to monitor measurement data and system per-formance. AmmonitOR offers different filter types:

  • Range filters to detect measurement data out of the expected range (e.g. battery voltage)
  • Sequence filters to monitor data for a certain period (e.g. detecting frozen anemometers)
  • Comparison filters to check two different sensors at the same time
  • Direction comparison filters to correlate wind direction data of two wind vanes

Prevent system failures at an early stage by using filters and warnings in AmmonitOR.