AI has a specific and unique Interference/Influence program feature on the RM 4010's, 4150's and the portable current interrupters which is being underutilized due to the complex methods required to import the data into a usable and understandable format. 3rd party contractors have been forced to use "work arounds" in order to collect, synchronize with GPS, identify involved current sources, data interpretation and storage for the regulated data being collected.
For the end users of AI products and software, we have limited resources for developing "work arounds". We purchased the tools and equipment from AI that are necessary to complete most of the work but those tools are incomplete! I'm talking about the remote monitors and portable current interrupters that include the AI/Envirosense Interference/Influence program, the PCS/CPDM database program and the continuous upgrades of the Allegro field data loggers. It doesn't seem to me to be too complicated for AI to make the tools work together.
The Allegro needs a program feature that can accomplish the following work which can greatly improve the individual use of the features that are sold to them by AI. The features need to include improvements as follows:
In my opinion, the PCS program needs to be improved and maybe even a new module included ( CPDM, ISM, ACM, ICM, Interference Influence Study Survey IISS) so that when selecting an Interference/Influence survey the cycle can be first identified (who, what, when and where) name, date, cycle length, number and names of participants) , the units that are included in the test and who they belong to, then, which cycle they are i.e; 1 of 10 or 1 of 99 or somewhere in between, then, a place to save and store and review the data.
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