Instrumentation readings are displayed utilizing Lifeline Meter Applications that replicate the face plate of the instrument. The Meter Applications can be viewed directly by a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and/or can run autonomously on the Lifeline Application Servers.  The Meter Applications standardize the unique data formats coming from the different instruments into an Extendable Markup Language (XML) readable to both humans and machines. With the customer’s permission the standardized instrument readings can be sent to other Federal or private systems.  System scaling is accomplished through the Meter Application’s additionally sharing streaming sensor data with the Lifeline Sensor Servers. The servers aggregate instrument readings for use with potentially large quantities of viewers utilizing the Safe Environment Engineering MultiMeterViewer’s Common Operational Picture. The MultiMeterViewer displays live instrument face plates along with a complete mapping and geographic systems wherein terrain based plume models can be generated using the integrated Naval Research Laboratory’s CT-Analyst plume modeling system. This instrument data is further integrated with the Automated Capabilities and Equipment (ACE) System that manages instrument assets, user training, calibration dates and notification system.