The power industry is a specific sector of IT applications, where every professional power plant uses a host of automation and digital electronics. Monitoring these systems is crucial to the efficiency of plant and facility operations, personnel safety, and environmental protection.
Our online solution monitors your devices including:
- Flow Regulators
- Industrial Boilers
- Desulfurization Plants
- Fans and Blowers
- Controllers of Thermal Nodes
- Gas Analyzers
- Mills and Shredders
- CNC Machines
- and much more
We can monitor the operation of entire systems in the power industry, such as: safety and surveillance systems, control and measurement systems, in-situ analyzers and process gas analysis systems, mass flow meters, and other process and control systems. All control systems used in power plants such as the furnace air supply and catalyst efficiency systems can be monitored by our company.
We can monitor the analyzers that track and control the emission limit values and also control the release of harmful substances into the environment. Typical applications include power plants, waste incineration plants, cellulose factories, cement plants, and the chemical industry.
We monitor coal, nuclear, thermal, wind, water, and solar power stations.
Our goal is to provide you with a convenient and easy way to track the performance of your plant and machine operations. So you can increase the efficiency of your plant and operational reliability.
We provide additional predictive service life and shutdown solutions from our operating system. Our monitoring system can be expanded to include the prediction service (possibility of service and failure prediction) and management of changes in the monitored device or installation depending on what you want.
We can also integrate with other IT systems, giving you a ready-made individually matched IT solution that can be expanded as your needs and demands grow.
By definition our software is ready to integrate with other IT environments used in power generation and energy distribution including the EMS (Energy Management System).