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Link is designed as an open and extensible software tool that consumes high-priority events (alerts) from third party applications and delivers contextually-relevant information to those who need to see it, anywhere in an organization

The uses of Link can be as varied as the industries Activu serves. Electric utilities, security operations, intelligent transportation, emergency operations, military, and defense
all benefit from the ability to create automated visualization of critical events, ensuring operational staff know what is important, automatically.

  • Critical incidents logged via ServiceNow data can be used to drive video wall content, prioritizing the most critical incidents into the most visible positions, associating relevant related data, and displaying that collected information on one or more displays, dynamically.

    Vis|ability Link makes it possible to alert users directly of the age, transition, and criticality of the incident, real-time, in each user’s environment—mobile devices, desktops, and on a shared video wall in the NOC or other control room.

  • OSIsoft PI event frames—that monitor critical infrastructure in an electrical transmission, generation, or distribution control center—can be used to automate visualization of critical events in vis|ability, such as major outages, capacity coming offline or online, or system faults that are critical in nature.

    The Link system responds to these events by bringing all relevant information to the attention of the right operators and any other designated users in the system. Configured to match operational needs, information automatically displayed by Link can include nearly anything that is relevant and available on the network: streaming IP camera videos of the affected equipment, OSIsoft PI charts showing real-time and historical data, relevant documents that illustrate known response procedures, social media monitoring data, and weather monitoring data.

  • Traffic management centers can be automatically alerted to nascent, anomalous traffic events through data sources such as Waze, Here, or an ATMS. Relevant map-based data such as real-time traffic, location of road-based assets (tow trucks, police, fire), social media, and local traffic camera feeds can all be displayed automatically, allowing for quick deployment of resources and a timely resolution.