3M detection management software

When it comes to developing detection technology and software, 3M have certainly been a pioneer in the industry. It’s no surprise then that they have released one of the best detection management software on the market today.

The new 3M detection management software allows users to search, monitor and manage patch compliance throughout their organization Instantly search all assets for complianceDownload reports in real timeHide assets and view only those that are neededManage assets based on business needs via a mobile app

3M detection management software is a system that uses artificial intelligence to detect and manage threats. The software uses a combination of machine learning and pattern recognition to identify, analyze, and respond to potential hazards in real time.

The software has been specifically designed for use by 3M customers who need to ensure the safety of their employees while also maintaining productivity. It can be used in any industry that requires workers to handle hazardous materials or situations, including manufacturing facilities and warehouses.

3M detection management software is designed to help you manage your detection equipment, including:

• Detectors (gas detectors, leak detectors, radiation monitors)

• Gas analyzers and gas chromatographs used in process control applications

• Mass spectrometers used for quantification of organic compounds in the environment

• Spectrometers used in chemical analysis and quality control applications

3M detection management software

Welcome to TSI Detection Management Software (DMS) and Functionality
TSI Detection Management Software DMS is used to record, report, chart and analyze data collected for assessment of select
occupational health hazards in the workplace. Designed for dosimetry, sound level measurements, heat stress assessments and
environmental monitoring, the software helps safety and occupational professionals:
• Retrieve, download, share and save instrument data
• Generate insightful charts and reports
• Export and share recorded data
• Perform “What If” analysis and recalculate data based on selected time intervals
• Set up instruments and check for firmware updates
Supporting Instrumentation
DMS is a robust data management software program which enables the end-user to analyze data downloaded from the TSI Quest’s
instrument family. The following instruments are supported:
Noise Dosimetry: All NoisePro models DL, DLX, DLX-1 and the Edge3/4 and the Edge 5
Sound Level Meters: the SoundPro SL/DL Series and the Sound Examiner Series
SE-401/SE-402
Environmental monitoring and Air Quality: The EVM Series EVM-7, EVM-4, EVM-3
Heat Stress monitoring: QUESTemp⁰ 34/36, QUESTemp⁰ 44/46/48N, QUESTemp II
(Personal Heat Stress Monitor).
System Requirements
DMS requires the following minimum specifications:
 Pentium 4, 3 GHz or later
 Windows® XP SP3, Windows® Vista, Windows® 7,
Windows® 8.1, and Windows® 10 (both 32 & 64-bit)
operating systems
 70 to 135 MB of disk space, depending on installed components
 2 GB RAM
 1280 x 1024 pixels x 32-bit color display or better
 Keyboard and mouse (or pointing device)
 Microsoft .Net V4.0 Framework (Automatically installed if
not present)

DMS Updates
DMS updates are released periodically as new items are added and changes are made to the software. When DMS is started, it checks
for a new release and will display an update banner on the Start page when found.
NOTE: To check the version you are currently running, click Help and then select About TSI Detection Management Software from
the main menu bar.
1 To install the new release, click on the banner and the update installer will be downloaded via your web browser.
2 Save the installer to your local file system.
3 Close DMS.
4 Start the installer and follow the prompts. (Allow a few minutes for the update.)
Start Page Overview
About Detection Management Software
The Start page is the first screen you visit when you open/launch DMS. The Start page features the Setup, Download, and
Data Finder buttons enabling you to quickly access the major functions of the software. These functions include configuring instrument
setup, downloading data, viewing your data, and customizing reports, just to name a few.
Navigation
Setup and Download
When either the Setup or Download buttons (see ❶ and ❷) are clicked, the instrument communications page will open. The primary
functions there include:
 Instrument Setup (or Configuration) for customization of setup parameters
 Instrument Download for downloading/retrieving session data from the instrument, and
 Access to “Quick Setup” for primarily date/time setting.
NOTE: Depending on the instrument selected, there may be other selectable Quick Setup parameters.
Data Finder
When the Data Finder button (see ❸) is clicked, the data finder page will open to provide you access to your downloaded data files.
The page is organized in a tabular format by instrument family (sound level meters, dosimetry, heat stress, and environmental
monitoring.) session data and study data. (See “Glossary” for session and study data terms.)
Recent Sessions
The bottom of the screen displays Recent Sessions (see ❹) for accessing your previously accessed data files.
Start Page Button
A button with the DMS logo is located on each of the navigational pages: instrument communications (setup & download) data finder,
and session/data pages. This is used to quickly return to the start page to navigate to DMS features.
Help prompts
The DMS quick help viewer screen provides a summary of the main screen/button components on each page. For additional
information, access the online help manual by clicking on Help | Content.

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