As a Unified Management System, NUCLEUS overlays information from multiple systems in one 3D environment, providing real-time situational awareness of the entire city. This helps to paint a realistic picture of the situation on the ground. With real-time situational awareness, management can do a close study of the city and carry out city planning while monitoring on-going situations. When a real disaster occurs, based on live information, management can make informed executive decisions to take counter measures quickly and efficiently.
NUCLEUS provides operators with a holistic real-time view of their premises. With NUCLEUS, operators are able to retrieve information from various sub-systems through one unified management system, thus reducing the number of systems that operators have to be trained in, and increasing flexibility in manpower deployment during operations. They are also able to monitor operations on a daily basis and be notified immediately if a critical system fails, so that prompt rectification action can be performed to reduce downtime of critical systems.
Air quality sensors send information to NUCLEUS to demonstrate the city’s environmental health in the operator’s overview. Coupled with energy-optimising systems, operators are able to correlate results from both systems via NUCLEUS to study the true impact of energy usage on environmental conditions.
NUCLEUS guides train maintenance crew by displaying failed components’ locations, making repair works more efficient. During emergencies, NUCLEUS displays standard operating procedures to prevent conflicting instructions from being issued. Station supervisor will also be able to monitor assembly points and alternative transport pick-up locations.