AlarmTracker is a project in collaboration with the Norwegian company Eldor Technology, the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Center, Total and ConocoPhillips, with support from The Norwegian Research council as a part of the Demo2000 programme. The project started in 2012 and aims to develop a new product that supports the operators in making the right decisions in abnormal situations.

The team of researchers at DTU Electrical Engineering is working closely with Eldor Technology to develop this product, which will be available on the market in the summer of 2019. The software solution will use existing plant knowledge to investigate root causes of plant disturbances, their consequences and to suggest the recommended course of action.

You can find more information on the project here.

AlarmTracker is also part of the Water Management project.