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1 Real-time Environmental Data Verification and Presentation August 6 th, 2014 Kavitha B V Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

2 Presentation Outline  Data Viewing  Data Verification  Real-time Environmental Data – Presentation and Reporting  Conclusion

3 Data received from real-time monitoring systems should be viewed regularly Dedicated teams of experts will have to monitor the data 24X7 Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Yearly data trends should be viewed to ensure correct data is being generated and transmitted If irregularities in the data is found then verification of the monitoring systems is required. Data Viewing

4 Hourly Data

5 24 Hourly Data for a Week

6 Monthly Data

7 Very high 24 hourly avg. values, needs verification Monthly Data for July 2014 No Data

8 Checking of system ALARMS System Verification No Alarms generated

9 Checking the diagnostics of the instrument System Verification SO2 diagnostics is ok…..

10 Instrument calibration, though unavoidable, is extensively time and resource consuming. Now most of the available digital instruments are provided with communication interfaces, hence remote calibration from the actual hardware and computing unit with Internet connection capabilities is possible. Remote calibration is very important and useful to Regulators to know that the analyser is generating correct data and that there is no tampering to the instrument. System Verification Remote Calibration

11 Central Server Stack Calibration Gas Internet Connectivity RemoteCalibration Solenoid Valve Analyzer

12 Remote Calibration through Web Portal

13 Zero Calibration

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17 SPAN Calibration

18 By Geo-referencing monitoring stations on GIS Platform Different layers on map as per type of monitoring stations, sector & category of the industries Dash Board – summary of data of all monitoring stations Report Generation –Station Report (Hourly, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, Periodic) –Multi station reports –Diurnal reports –Wind Rose –Pollution rose etc. Data Presentation

19 CAAQMS Geo-referenced on GIS Platform

20 Sector Wise – Cement Plants

21 Sector Wise – Steel Plants

22 Sector Wise – Refineries

23 Dash Board

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25 Live Data Display

26 Live Charts & Reports

27 CAAQMS Daily Report – ACC Kymore

28 Single Parameter Multi Stations Report

29 Parameter Comparison Report

30  Whatsoever way the data may be gathered and analyzed, the data itself reflects processes that are occurring in the real world.  Factors such as pesticide in drinking water or changes in ambient air quality may be represented by numbers or charts, but in reality they represent impacts on individual organisms, on human and biological communities, and on entire ecosystems.  Scientists, policy makers and the public should do well to realize that decisions based on data, however arcane, ultimately translate back to the real world as actions and outcomes. Conclusion

31 Kavitha B. V. Scientist “C” Central Pollution Control Board New Delhi


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