Schneider will provide Wonderware eDNA display screens for real-time visualization of data for each radiation monitor and detector installed at the plant.

The eDNA RadServ system will be used as the information management system and is designed to interface directly with Mirion’s radiation monitors being installed at the plant.

The system will notify the operators when radiation levels reach predefined thresholds.

Schneider Electric information, operations vice-president Rob McGreevy said: "Wonderware eDNA has been installed at the DC Cook plant for more than a decade, and we are excited that this technology continues to be used in this RMS upgrade and for numerous other data-intensive projects in the power industry."

The software can generate standard radiation monitoring reports including real-time and historical data, such as source check, channel checks and system performance audits, in addition to custom reports.