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ITM updates its online monitoring software

ITM Monitoring has announced an update to its data visualisation platform to add functionality and flexibility, as well as improve user experience.

2018 10 30 14h32 50

2018 10 30 14h32 50

According to ITM, the Calyx online monitoring software offers a user-friendly graphical interface for quick and easy interpretation of large amounts of instrumentation data from multiple sources, regardless of project scale.

ITM technical manager David Farnham said: “With this second generation of Calyx, we continue to provide our clients with 24/7 access to monitoring data which they rely on to support vital decision making for both construction processes and asset management, while at the same time incorporating many new features to enhance the offering.

“The most visible improvement will be seen in the more user-friendly graphic interface, giving our clients an even clearer view of their projects’ site conditions at a glance. We have also improved the database structure making it more stable, robust and secure. Instant and reliable access to data improves the overall effectiveness of any construction or asset monitoring project and Calyx is designed to provide just that.”

In addition to the new features, ITM has said that key functions from the original have been retained including customisable, scrollable/scalable maps and plans; geo asset interfaces providing georeferenced links to asset information, including images, websites and documents; and alarm settings for thresholds, rate of change and relative change, all with full logbook integration.



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