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Telvent Introduces Weather and Operations Integration System

Telvent has released a single-interface weather and operations platform. Telvent Total View combines essential weather information with real-time road transportation, aviation or energy systems data to provide one point of reference that allows operators to make decisions in a fraction of the time, significantly increasing operational efficiencies and maximizing safety.

With the full integration of vital weather data and Telvent’s best-in-class OASyS DNA supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system into a unique platform, controllers can harness the real-time information needed to manage the logistical and safety challenges they face every day. Users can also eliminate the need to switch back-and-forth among different applications during critical times of decision making: instead, one version of up-to-the minute weather and operational data will allow for more informed assessments and operational evaluations.

Telvent Total View customers will experience significant operational savings, thanks to the reduction of required IT platforms and the elimination of duplicate provider fees, contracts and maintenance agreements. Furthermore, users can seamlessly integrate Telvent Total View into their existing systems or further configure it to their unique needs.

Total View was the result of extensive research and development following the successful upgrade of weather and road forecasting services for previous customers that leveraged advanced Telvent DTN weather services. This new, comprehensive solution is an example of the synergies realized from the integration of Telvent core technologies with innovative Telvent DTN weather services.

This new solution relies on the Telvent OASyS DNA SCADA system to automatically coalesce weather and operations data from disparate systems. It is the result of Telvent’s decades of experience in advanced weather information technology and expertise in information management solutions.

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