EMR has just completed a flood management and mitigation project for Dublin City Council. Discover how we’re protecting the city.
EMR has completed a microwave communications project for the Greater Gabbard offshore transmission assets located off the coast of Suffolk in the United Kingdom.
EMR Integrated Solutions today announced it has completed a communications infrastructure upgrade at 15 onshore windfarms for independently-owned renewable energy provider, Enerco Energy.
Wastewater treatment efficiency in Donegal has been significantly improved thanks to the completion of a major SCADA, automation, telemetry and telecoms infrastructure project by EMR Integrated Solutions.
EMR was awarded a contract for the provision of an integrated SCADA and telemetry system for the monitoring of newly-installed disinfection systems in small treatment plants and storage facilities across the west of Ireland covering Mayo and Leitrim. This was completed on behalf of Irish Water for Mayo County Council.
EMR has deployed a new digital mobile radio solution for the Common Oil Pipeline at Dublin Port. Through COP manager, Hugh Munro and Co staff can easily communicate ensuring that this national piece of critical infrastructure runs smoothly.
EMR helps aviation fuel experts, CLH to boost airside safety at Dublin Airport with emergency fuel shut down system powered by Motorola Solutions’ technology.
The EMR engineering team is now the “eyes and ears” for all IT comms issues in relation to 17 windfarms, owned by Greencoat UK Wind.
Leading SCADA and instrumentation provider, EMR Integrated Solutions recently announced a major contract to provide a SCADA system to monitor the operation of the six largest pumping stations within the South Dublin County Council (SDCC) network.
The project delivers a far greater level of control to the council’s staff in relation to the monitoring and management of the water and wastewater network. Read more
EMR recently secured a €250,000 contract win with Meath County Council to provide real-time monitoring of the county’s wastewater facilities
The primary objective of the project is to improve operational efficiency and reduce response times to plant failures. The initial system comprises a web-connected SCADA server linked via high power radio to 30 main wastewater collection and treatment assets. Read more