Energy management systems

Energy Management Systems (EMS) based on predictive and computational models help you get the most out of connected devices through data collection and processing.

There is automatic control and implementation of results for energy production and technological processes.

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Data collection

Collection of all necessary information, whether existing or with a proposal to complement the collection of key technologies and appliances.

Evaluation

Continuous analysis and evaluation of selected data in real-time or at a given time period, with notification in the case of exceeding permitted or usual values.

Inspection

Automatic control for selected technologies and their management based on evaluated data. Providing reports and statistics for improvement and sustainable operation.

Why USE OUR SYSTEMS

Detailed overview of your needs

Optimization systems will help you understand where and for what purpose you consume energy. Detailed knowledge of the operation itself is the basis of its optimization. For example, it may help to avoid possible downtimes in production.

Streamlining energy management

Advanced algorithms also optimize the operation of devices that have a control system but do not have access to all data and operational needs.

For example, the system can recognize increased production on a line producing goods that require refrigeration when being stored. A gradual increase in cold production is more economical than its step increase.

Streamlining energy management

Advanced algorithms also optimize the operation of devices that have a control system but do not have access to all data and operational needs.

For example, the system can recognize increased production on a line producing goods that require refrigeration when being stored. A gradual increase in cold production is more economical than its step increase.

Overview of your factory

An effective management tool for evaluating key indicators (KPIs) will allow a detailed overview. For example, you can track the energy costs of producing a product against the same production costs in the past.

These data and outputs can also help you uncover data that is not obvious at first sight.

For example, you can track the energy costs of a given product compared to the costs from previous periods.

Reducing energy needs

By checking the equipment and their parameters, you will avoid sanctions for exceeding the peak charge for gas or electricity, find out whether you are cooling more than necessary or if your equipment efficiency is decreasing.

By evaluating the operation of equipment, you may find, for example, that a compressor for producing compressed air is less efficient under the same conditions as in the past.

Reducing energy needs

By checking the equipment and their parameters, you will avoid sanctions for exceeding the peak charge for gas or electricity, find out whether you are cooling more than necessary or if your equipment efficiency is decreasing.

By evaluating the operation of equipment, you may find, for example, that a compressor for producing compressed air is less efficient under the same conditions as in the past.

System structure

The system draws data from several other systems and also receives inputs from external sources. 

Examples are in-house systems that can import a production plan or external data, such as stock prices, to calculate energy costs per product.

Benefits

Controlling the efficiency of equipment also brings control of costs

Instant benefits on devices, including where hardware improvements are no longer possible

Optimization design based on results bring lower production costs

Future-proof solutions for Industry 4.0