The purpose of the NAIS project was to expand the beneficial use of recycled water through the augmentation of the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant.
It involved the development of a new advanced water recycling plant, distribution network and winter water storage aquifer for horticultural irrigation in the Northern Adelaide Plains.
ATSYS were engaged by BMA to investigate and consider the modernisation of all legacy fixed plant control system hardware, instrumentation and interfaces with other systems, such as switchboards, motor control centres and packaged plant, across the Hay Point asset.
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) Management engaged ATSYS to replace the existing Long Travel Block system with a new site wide safety rated system. The existing system had operational and safety limitations that made it unsuitable for long term use.
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) undertook a project from 2014 to 2015 to upgrade the telemetry, emergency stop system and associated devices along six of their conveyors and replace them with an AS4024.1 compliant PLC and remote I/O system.
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) Management engaged ATSYS to design a replacement Stockyard Anti-Collision. The Anti-Collision System is the primary safety protection preventing machine to machine collisions within the stockyard. An existing Anti-Collision system was installed on the site in 2009/10, but has suffered with many issues since this time.