Java Case Studies
Celeritas understands Java technology. But we also have extensive experience in applying Java to solve business problems, like the following...
Public Awareness Manager™
Meter Data Management System™
Energy Resource & Capacity Planning
|AMPS™ - Alarm Monitoring
Publishing & e-Commerce
Interchange Transaction Scheduling
Test Equipment Data/Failure Analysis
Energy Trading System
Lockbox Disbursements Viewer/CD
The Celeritas Ticket Manager™ was specifically designed for One Call entities as a tool to assist their member companies in ticket research and the management of locate requests.
The tool organizes locate tickets into an easy to use system that allows member companies to quickly and easily query and retrieve tickets and potentially manage locate requests assigned by the One Call entities. It provides One Call entities with an extremely powerful, visually intuitive, web-based user interface that allows their member companies to easily access, map, and manage locate tickets, view registered service areas along with company assets, and send positive response notifications in one central location.
With the Celeritas Ticket Manager™, One Call entities enable their member companies to view their locate tickets, registered service areas, and assets via a map as well as provide them the capability to manage their locate tickets.
View more details about the Ticket Manager™ at www.pipelineawareness.com.
Public Awarenesss Manager™
|The Public Awareness Manager™ is a web-based GIS application that is used by Pipeline companies to
manage "Audience" or contact information.
The Public Awareness Manager™ was specifically designed for Pipeline companies as a tool to assist in the documentation and management of "regulatory & compliance" responsibilities. This tool saves time and improves efficiencies by organizing all of a company's public awareness program information into one easy-to-use and centrally located database that allows uers to more quickly and easily access, query and manage pipeline data and assets.
For more information about the Public Awareness Manager™ visit our web site at www.pipelineawareness.com.
SpatialObjects® is a proprietary GIS application framework designed and developed by Celeritas upon which custom Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be constructed. An application built with SpatialObjects® is comprised of a geospatial data warehouse that allows for the integration of industry-specific business data with geospatial data. This data can be retrieved via customized query tools, filters and reports. Layer upon layer of data is compiled based on custom configuration, and provides a unique geospatial representation of data displayed to the user in a convenient web-based user interface. The Ticket Manager™ and Public Awareness Manager™ (above) are examples of applications built on SpatialObjects®.
The SpatialObjects® framework is a pure Object-Oriented, JAVA (POJO) framework with a user interface comprised of Java Server Pages displayed via an MVC framework. SpatialObjects® applications run on Apache Tomcat or any other JEE application server against an Oracle database.
SpatialObjects® is a registered trademark of CeleritasWorks™. US Patent # 6,343,290.
Meter Data Management System™
|Celeritas' Meter Data Management System™ (MDMS) is a part of the
WattageWorks™ suite of products. MDMS was developed out of the need of
utility clients to manage energy transmission data required by regional transmission organizations (RTOs).
The application was constructed using Java and the Struts framework and runs against an Oracle database.
MDMS provides utility companies the ability to capture and store meter data from their SCADA and MV-90 systems
as well as other external meter data sources; to review, edit, and submit meter data to their respective RTO;
and to transmit meter data outside of their organization to counter-parties and/or energy accounting applications.
It also provides settlement statements auditing information.
More details on MDMS can be found on our WattageWorks™ website: www.wattageworks.com.
Electric Utilities - Energy Resource & Capacity Planning Sofware Development
A major electric utility needed Java software assistance implementing its strategy for bidding energy into their power markets. Celeritas developed Java BeanShell scripts for their industry applications, including PCI GenTrader®, PCI GenPortal®, and PCI GenManager® to customize the hourly and 7-day resource plan and capacity plan values submitted to the market.
The scripts modified energy ramp up regulation and ramp down regulation and GenTrader input and output values to take into account wind farm wind forecasts, as well as coal power plant operating bands associated with coal mills being in or out of service.
|Celeritas developed Dashboard user interfaces and script libraries to support the review and manipulation of application data (stored in an Oracle database), as well as to support monitoring and logging of events in the system (a Java EE EJB application running in a BEA WebLogic container). Scripts were written to create templates that performed calculations supporting the electric utility's market offer strategy.|
A Midwest-based telecommunications/broadband provider requested enhancements to improve their business processes and efficiencies for an existing AMPS™ implementation. Enhancements included adding multiple authentication accounts per device, averting autonomous alarm messages, and unassigning voice ports under certain conditions.
View a brief Flash demonstration of AMPS™
Tools employed included Java and Linux.
A DOE defense contractor desired migration of a critical engineering test/QA system from an Ingres/VAX client-server environment to a web-based Oracle/Sun environment. Celeritas performed requirements gathering, design, testing and implementation services to allow classified and unclassified data to be created and shared by internal and external users in a secure environment.
The legacy systems were based on IBM mainframes, DEC VAX, PDPs and PCs. The newly designed system replaced much of the legacy systems, where applicable, with a Sun server running UNIX. The application is web-based for both internal and external access, utilizing various Java technologies, including Java Server Pages, Java, Java Beans and Oracle Application Server.
Tools employed included Oracle Database, NT, Solaris, VMS, Windows, Java Script, Java Server Pages, Oracle Application Server, Oracle Designer, Oracle Pro C, Oracle Procedure Builder, Testing Methodology, UML, DHTML, Java, UNIX scripting.
An additional enhancement was to allow for the system to work with all commodities, rather than just gas and energy. The system has a multi-threaded component that connects into the Exchange and "listens" for commodity trades. It then records all trades where the company is a buyer or a seller and records this information for later analysis, including risk management.
Tools employed included Oracle Database, NT, Solaris, Windows, Sun JDBC, Netscape Application Server, Sun Solaris, Oracle, DHTML, Java, JBuilder
A large banking institution with headquarters in Kansas City wanted to re-design their image
management system for their Lockbox and Disbursement customers. The Celeritas team of consultants designed a new system
that offered a more intuitive user interface, more robust searching capabilities and enhanced imaging. Images of checks and
other documents are distributed via a CD along with a JAVA Swing application.
Tools employed included Java Swing and XML.
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SpatialObjects® is a registered trademark of CeleritasWorks™, LLC
One or more products are covered under one or more of the following patents:
US Patent Nos. 6,343,290, 6,725,032, and 7,090,457. Other patents pending.