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MissionOS Runs Sub 5 on Singapore’s Sewage Superhighway<

Maxwell GeoSystems’ MissionOS reached another significant performance milestone running TBM process control with a sub 5 second latency in real-time even to non-web connected machines.

This follows the latest launch of the TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine) designated T08-TUAS on the 13th August 2019. It is the second TBM now underway as part of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 (DTSS-2) Project with the PUB, Singapore’s national water agency.

Sewage Superhighway

Image courtesy of PUB - Singapore

Maxwell GeoSystems has installed its innovative MissionOS system to handle all aspects of construction monitoring throughout the entire works.

The Shaft & Tunnel Excavation Monitoring System (STEMS), as the client refers to it, acts as the nerve centre, providing real-time updates on every aspect of tunnelling, including the various instrumentation & monitoring across all the projects of DTSS Phase2.

The STEMS User-Interface was custom-developed for the client and provides project personnel access to the latest state of the tunnel boring machines linked to ground information and monitoring. The data-feeds of the TBMs are connected to servers through a secure fibre-optic network.

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Date: 21/10/2019

Ref: MGS-DTSS2-01

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