Would you like to systematically increase energy efficiency in your production and reduce energy consumption in the long term? Do you want to conserve resources and implement your own power generation wisely? Has your company actually committed itself to producing in a climate-friendly and intelligent way? If so, there is no way around Smart Energy IoT Solutions for you.
Our Smart Energy Solutions work with smart algorithms and help to record energy consumption centrally and evaluate energy-relevant data and correlations to make predictions and recommendations. These are cloud-based energy optimization systems available as ready-to-use solutions or for integration into your power generation and control systems via interfaces. Underlying this is the intelligent linking of machines, energy, weather and electricity price data.
The result: better planning and control, as well as overall more efficient and profitable energy management for your plant.
A leading German car manufacturer has set itself the goal of producing its vehicles with 40% lower energy consumption by 2030. A model site is used to pilot how a smart energy solution can be used to implement intelligent energy supply and control. Here, it is important to explore the possibilities for peak shifting and storage control as well as to make use of atypical phases with a view to energy costs, consumption, and self-generation.
The Energy Optimizer Solution developed by Device Insight enables IoT-based collection and analysis of energy and machine data, combined with external data sources such as weather and electricity price forecasts. The results are projections and recommendations for smart energy management, clearly visualized in the dashboard or also transmitted directly to machines and systems. In this way, both better planning and rapid countermeasures for flexible, consumption- and CO2-relevant parameters can be achieved – entirely in the spirit of Smart Energy Optimization.
Smart Energy encompasses all the processes involved in the demand-driven generation, transmission, distribution and storage of energy in industry. The focus is on the consumption of energy and how to save it. The addition of “smart” refers to several factors:
Smart Energy not only enables holistic energy monitoring, but also makes a data-based contribution to increasing energy efficiency and reducing energy costs. In this way, companies with energy-flexible production and energy storage can sustainably improve their carbon footprint.
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