Valve Manager

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Valve Manager

Valve Manager is a module within the Pipeline Compliance System (PCS), the industry leader in managing compliance information collected for natural gas, hazardous liquids, and other underground pipeline systems. It provides users with an easy way to maintain valve inspection and repair data, and remain compliant with DOT, PUC and PHMSA rules and regulations.  This module is an integral part of an operator's Distribution Integrity Management (DIMP) plan by providing traceable, verifiable, and complete data in a single, integrated system.

  • Manages multiple pipelines and facilities
  • Helps determine overall program effectiveness
  • Pinpoints and quantifies problems
  • Schedules and documents valve inspection and repair work

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Overview

Valve Manager is a module within the Pipeline Compliance System (PCS), the industry leader in managing compliance information collected for natural gas, hazardous liquids, and other underground pipeline systems. It provides users with an easy way to maintain valve inspection and repair data, and remain compliant with DOT, PUC and PHMSA rules and regulations.

Key Benefits

  • Organize Data
    Flexible data entry and ad hoc reporting to enter, search, sort and analyze data quickly and compare results from year to year.
  • Identify Threats
    Pinpoint valve issues to meet compliance and prioritize maintenance.
  • Scheduling and Routing
    Allows users to quickly identify, schedule, route and document valve and inspection work.
  • Evaluate Effectiveness
    Standard reports and graphs and user-customizable options are integral to
    determining overall valve maintenance
    results.
Features
Feature Benefit
Flexible data entry (manual or download) and ad hoc reporting Search, sort, and analyze data quickly
Ensure valve inspection data quality
  • Determine which valves have been surveyed
  • Compare surveys from year to year
Standard reports, including ROW maintenance reports, and user user-customizable options
  • Gain visibility into data for audit preparation
  • Determine effectiveness of maintenance programs
User-configured hierarchical tree for organizing and editing Enable advanced organization and efficient editing for workflows
Sort routes by survey group, facility ID, address, milepost, or ROW code Utilize resources efficiently with custom routes
Data exchange with GIS, risk assessment, work management, and other external applications Integrate with current and future IT systems and processes

PCS Technical Services provides software support, training, documentation, and special project services for PCS Version 7 and PCS Axis® software products, including:

• Implementation services and consulting

• Software and report customization

• Data conversion and hierarchy design

• Data entry and data import to PCS

• Custom module design

Specifications
Client Computer Properties
Processor: Intel Core i7
Speed: 2.3 GHz or faster
RAM: 8 GB 
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit, Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Available Disk Space: 720 GB (see note)
Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Microsoft .NET Framework: Version 4.5 (see note)
Server Computer Properties
Processor: Intel Xeon
Speed: 2 Quad Core CPUs at 2.4GHz or faster
RAM: 32 GB (see note)
Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2
Available Disk Space: 100 GB (see note)
Database: SQL Server 2008 R2
Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Notes:

• Microsoft .NET Framework: If the target computer does not have Microsoft .NET Framework v4.5 installed, the PCS Axis installation automatically installs it for you. This feature requires an active Internet connection to complete the installation of .NET Framework v4.5.

• Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 R2 SP2, 64-bit: For client systems that wish to use Synchronization, a 64-bit version of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express R2 SP2 (or Standard edition for databases exceeding 10 GB) must be installed on the subscriber’s computer (the remote client). Once PCS Axis is installed, a subscription database must be created on the subscriber’s computer prior to working off-line.

• Disk Space with Synchronization: If using a remote client to subscribe to and synchronize with a central database, sufficient disk space must be reserved for database use (11 GB when using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express).

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