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ACTA EMF Observatory is an innovative Web Application which collects EMF measurement results from compatible Narda EMF Stations, stores and presents these results through an intuitive web interface. From the geographical representation of stations, to the statistical graphs of measurement results, EMF Observatory is the proper tool for handling EMF measurements with ease.

EMF Observatory Structure & Operation

ACTA EMF Observatory Temporary Storage, automatically receives from each remote station its identity along with measurement results, station status indicators like temperature or battery health, alarms and station configuration. From there, the collected binary information is decoded through a Probe depended mechanism and is forwarded in a structured form to the Database for permanent storage. The Database in turn provides this information to the Application Server which can then be accessed by the operators of the Administration Interface and the users of the EMF Observatory Portal.

Through the EMF Observatory Portal, users can view the stations’ location on Google Maps, select a specific station and see most recent measurements results or results further in the past. Results are available for both electric and magnetic fields as well as a 24h statistical distribution for each field. Locating the desired station, reading the results and accessing older measurements has never been simpler.

The Administration Interface is the management tool for the operator of the network. It allows easy addition, removal and relocation of stations and it is capable of sending configuration settings. The Administration Interface also provides information on station alarms as well as station health status like battery health, temperature etc.

All interfaces of the EMF Observatory are multilingual capable for delivering its service to the wider possible audience. Context like logos and text can be customized to match the profile of the operator of EMF Observatory and in addition to the default measurement graphs, additional graphs or representations can be developed on-demand to cover operator’s needs.