Monitoring Systems

We develop complex systems to collect, process, and visualize data generated by different monitoring devices

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case 13

Web version of the ESCAR monitoring system

The monitoring solution enables the monitoring and analysis of data related to radiation indicators observed within premises and equipment at nuclear power plants.
2 weeks
2 months
Silex, Backbone.js

About the project

In response to the customer's request, we have developed a web version of the Escar software. This system is designed to collect, store, monitor, and furnish information about radiation parameters within premises and equipment at nuclear power plants.

IT project task

The resulting web application was intended to contain all the data derived from the primary Escar application and be accessible through standard web browsers.

Our solution

Regarding the backend, the focus was on creating a simple and lightweight API based on the Silex micro-framework. The frontend posed more challenges and was developed using backbone.js.

Another critical feature was the database. The Escar system utilizes Oracle, aligning with the specific requirements of nuclear power plants. Therefore, compatibility with Oracle was crucial for the backend. We achieved this by utilizing the Doctrine DBAL library.

This presented a significant nuance for us: the corporate policy of the plant prohibited the installation of Linux servers. Consequently, we deployed the entire stack on a Windows Server, providing comprehensive instructions and testing the process using virtual machines.

As an outcome, the application was successfully delivered.

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