Iveda Solutions has secured a contract from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) to expand the airport’s facility management system and provide power monitoring for its 161kVA high-voltage transformer station.
The contract is valued at nearly $1.5m (TWD42m).
Under this project, which is expected to commence this month, Iveda is planning to team up with Siemens for the development of a new SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) system.
For building this system, the software company will use the metasystem database of the airport.
This is to enhance the alerting system for early awareness of glitches and lower functional limitations.
For the international security regulations’ compliance, the project will involve the adoption of Siemen’s RTU-A8000 for initiating airport smart signal collection.
By merging numerous energy sources, the deployment aims to facilitate utility, distribution and power transmission.
The new system will extend the number of SQL data storage points for future report amalgamation of energy-saving data.
It will not only provide safe operation but will also upgrade the human-machine interface, noted Iveda.
The company is also working to develop a facility management system, which will leverage a virtual machine platform and a geographic information system (GIS).
This system will feature functions such as database management, power monitoring, alarm processing, maintenance management, permission authentication and network management.
The facility management system will combine the management of Taoyuan Airport’s power and electrical-mechanical systems. The fire alarm and related systems will be examined via GIS.
As part of the comprehensive solution, Iveda will also deploy the IvedaSPS (Smart Power Solution) and its smart utility cabinet.
Furthermore, 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) will be developed for ensuring the quality of construction services.