Honeywell Enraf has announced its next-generation Terminal Manager server software built on the Experion® platform, offering full integration of fire and gas, closed circuit television (CCTV), access control, digital video manager and enterprise building integrator systems. Terminal Manager R620 includes the industry’s first configurable workflows for faster set-up, setting a new standard in terminal integration.
Honeywell Enraf general manager Richard Thompson said: "This release marks a major advance in terminal automation for an integrated solution built around a standard platform that also improves safety and security."
Incorporating more than six decades of experience providing solutions for terminal operators, Honeywell Enraf’s Terminal Manager is a web-based solution for managing the entire operation in bulk terminals. Built on Microsoft® Windows, it is used to monitor and control all critical processes from receipt to dispatch. Interfacing with enterprise resource planning (ERP), access control, loading and unloading, workflow management, inventory management, product reconciliation and documentation systems, it improves control in real time.
Mr Thompson added: "Tighter integration means better control of security, safety, inventory management, reconciliation, order management and workflows. Ultimately, it means operators are more likely to achieve their business goals."
The configurable workflows and modular approach in the latest release of Terminal Manager significantly reduce the time needed to build the system by minimising or eliminating the need for customisation to specific operations.
It enables users to quickly set up the software to give a broad overview and in-depth control of key parameters, such as product availability and movement, tank status, alarms, orders, shipments, shifts, loading bay availability, entries and exits.
Honeywell Enraf’s next-generation Terminal Manager R620 is suitable for all bulk terminals and is compliant with the latest Experion PKS SCADA for medium and large-size terminals, as well as Experion HS for smaller terminals.