CampusView offers the ability to scale to a much larger coverage area, with the ability to monitor multiple campuses across the state, country, or globe. GlobalAlerts keep constant tabs on any device that enters a fault or fire condition, instantly alerting you to a problem anywhere in your system.
CampusView provides the best way to view multiple buildings using 3D-styled maps to provide an aerial view of the location. With a small number of buildings, an aerial schematic view can be used to show the exact layout of the building with live elevators, escalators and moving-walks.
Because CampusView is interactive, moving the cursor over a specifc device brings up information balloons for the related devices, showing the device name and status color.
With an architecture that allows for near real-time1 information exchange, seeing the status of many devices has never been easier. Five distinct colors represent different device operation states, making it easy to quickly discern device operation.
The Fire Map view offers a comprehensive view of critical data for all devices. Each device panel offers information on the device name, service type, current floor and direction of travel. The layout provides basic location and grouping information based on the location map. Clicking on the device switches to the Area View for a more-detailed look along with the related devices.
Whether you’re in the field or at the office, it’s important to stay connected. If an event that needs your attention should arise, CampusView will automatically message3 your cell-phone or PDA with all the necessary event information.
Mini-maps help keep the rest of the areas at hand. The building map shows the layout and types of devices with their status and name, accessible by moving the cursor over the device. The campus mini-map provides a total overview, and if a fault occurs in another location, the affected area highlights and flashes.
CampusView supports standard and freight elevators, escalators, moving-walks, dumb waiters, and handicap lifts. The SWEC ethernet gateway4 easily connects many similar devices from almost any manufacturer.
The Area View offers a better look at each of the devices in an area. Direction of travel, the current floor, whether the doors are open or closed, service type, status and device name are all given for instant viewing. Moving the cursor over the device will bring up the Job ID and IP address, as well as magnifying the name, service type icon and providing the service type name. Also, when hovering over a device the unrelated devices will fade to provide a better grasp on the relationships.
Monitor everything securely on site, or remotely5 using your web browser6 over the network or the Internet. Using REMON G2™ or our SWEC ethernet gateway, any elevator, escalator, or moving walk can be connected to CampusView. The SWEC ethernet gateway translates controller data to be carried across the network, enabling most devices to easily snap-in to CampusView.
CampusView seamlessly connects with REMON G2™ remote monitoring systems. Clicking on a device in the group view enables the launching of an external window to a REMON G2™ application or other connection, such as a security web-cam.
The Group screen in CampusView brings the hoistway into view. Car position, service, door state, car calls, hall calls and floor lock-outs are all visible. When the selection is an escalator or moving walk, and animated display appears showing the device, floor locations, service type and direction.
The e-mail notification setup allows for quick and easy access to create, modify or remove contacts from the Event Notification directory. In a day and age where computer security is vital, there's an easy-to-use feature to quickly change your password.
This applet allows for quick and easy editing of device information, such as name, Job ID, external link address, and more. Because CampusView features multiple security access rights, this feature is only available to the users you allow.
The Membership Administrator is where administrators are able to add, remove and modify users and their information for CampusView as well as manage access rights. Since CampusView is secure, only designated administrators have access to this feature.
CampusView offers several comprehensive reports to aid building managers and service personnel alike to view detailed information on device starts and stops as well as modes of operation and times. There are five ways to view the report, on-screen, printout, or export to either an Excel spreadsheet, PDF document for easy-archiving and e-mailing, or a TIFF image.
1 Data latency times depend on network
speed and conditions, as well as client PC processing power.
2 Service types are device and controller dependent.
3 Mobile messaging requires a cellphone or PDA with the ability to receive text-messages or e-mail.
4 SWEC ethernet gateway sold separately
5 Remote internet connection requires a dedicated IP address connected to the internet.
6 Designed for use with Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 7 or later.