Operation Convergent Response 2017: Real-Time Anomaly Detection Gives Early Warning of Impending Disasters

October 31, 2017

To provide early warning and help safeguard first responders from hazardous conditions, Aegex Technologies and SensorInsight outfitted a chemical plant with air quality sensors and an artificially intelligent anomaly detection platform. The IoT solution enabled real-time alerts of chemical spills before they became catastrophic, while also advising incident responders when protective equipment is required.

This case study will reveal:

  • How sensors, artificial intelligence (AI), and IoT middleware solutions can deliver real-time anomaly detection in disaster scenarios
  • How one such solution was deployed in a chemical plant to detect hydrogen sulfide leaks
  • Partners and services that can outfit facilities with a full sensor-based anomaly detection system in a matter of days
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