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Energy accountability brings LEED Platinum certification
Earth Rangers was looking for partners who could donate equipment and expertise. After earning LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold for New Construction certification, Earth Rangers decided to further demonstrate their commitment to reducing energy use and CO2 emissions by pursuing a LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings certification—the highest level of certification offered under LEED.
Data meets nature: One of the greenest data centers
Green Mountain is consuming data at an unprecedented pace: 3 billion Facebook videos viewed daily; 300 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every hour. In today’s data-driven world, the uptime of colocation data centers – vast banks of servers that process everything from online videos to financial assets – is essential. Delivering secure and reliable data center services can come at an environmental cost though: energy use in data centers today contributes to 2% of global CO2 emissions. They want one colocation facility, built in a former NATO bunker buried deep within a mountain, turn the tables and use the power of nature to become one of the world’s most reliable and sustainable data centers.
Citywide Smart Grid Solutions in Lyon
Standardize and showcase a fully operational smart grid for widespread deployment of proven innovative solutions and provide the basis for:• New business models for prosumer• Investment strategies for the French power system to incorporate the latest technological innovations• Transition scenarios to facilitate the evolution of the current network towards a smart grid system• Implementation of findings from multidisciplinary research on optimal technological and economic choices
Innovative IoT Solution for Aquaculture Waste Management by Blue Ocean Technology
Blue Ocean Technology, a company specializing in aquaculture waste management, was seeking an innovative solution to optimize their systems that convert fish sludge into valuable fertilizer. The company aimed to construct a compact system that would minimize both their environmental footprint and power consumption. They also wanted to remotely monitor the drives and motors that manage the pumps in their system. Ensuring the cybersecurity of their plant was another significant challenge they faced. The company was in need of a solution that would not only meet these requirements but also enhance their profitability and sustainability.
Somic Group: Doubling Output and Reducing Space with IoT
Somic Group, a machine builder in the packaging market, was facing several challenges. They were seeking ways to reduce costs and react more quickly to customer requirements, while also improving their service business. The market was demanding more innovative, intelligent, and smarter machines, and Somic wanted to meet these demands by building compact, high-performance solutions that incorporated preventive maintenance with an augmented reality interface. Their customers were looking for reliability, production security, and high availability in machines, which were also priorities for Somic. They aimed to deliver all these features while maintaining a compact technology footprint.
Digitization of Pharmaceutical Packaging Machines: A Case Study of CVC Technologies
CVC Technologies, a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical packaging machines, was seeking an end-to-end IoT solution to fully digitize their pharmaceutical liquid filling and capping machines. The company aimed to enhance the safety of their equipment, introduce digital maintenance capabilities, and gain visibility into machine status from anywhere at any time. The challenge was to find a solution that could provide real-time visibility into the machine's status, deliver direct cloud connectivity and digital services, and simplify all aspects of the machine's lifecycle, from engineering to maintenance.
Tata Power's Digital Self-Healing Grid Revolution with EcoStruxure™ Grid
Tata Power, a leading utility provider in India, was faced with the challenge of restoring power to 350,000 households within seconds. The company identified two major challenges in delivering reliable power: unknown theft areas (commercial losses) and improper quantification at the point of occurrence due to lack of real-time data, and operational flexibility with a rigid and evolved grid that was overutilized and had increasing power demand with poor power demand planning. The goal was to develop a robust supply network that could support growth in the customer base, minimize revenue losses, and dramatically reduce restoration times.
IoT Integration in Traditional Taverns: A Case Study of Arroka Bar
Arroka Bar, a traditional Basque tavern located in San Sebastian, Spain, is a family-run business that operates six days a week, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The bar's owner, Manuel Herrero, was concerned about the potential for equipment downtime and the subsequent loss of business continuity. The unexpected loss of power could have serious financial implications for the business. Herrero needed to ensure that all refrigerators were running to keep ingredients fresh, the coffee machine was heated up 30 minutes before the first client walked in, and the bar's air conditioning and lighting were working to ensure customer comfort. He also needed to stay alert and ready to solve unexpected issues. Herrero was looking for a solution that would provide remote control of individual electrical devices, insight into the electrical network condition, and notifications in case of issues.
Livetech's Efficient Robotic Packaging Systems: An IoT Case Study
Livetech, a company that designs and manufactures robotic packaging systems for the food industry, was facing several challenges. The company needed to reduce the changeover time of its machines to enable faster time-to-market for its mechatronic module machines. Additionally, Livetech was seeking ways to optimize energy consumption of its machines to make them more sustainable and efficient. The company also wanted to reduce the physical footprint of its machines without compromising their performance. These challenges required a high-performance digital solution that could enhance the efficiency and sustainability of Livetech's robotic packaging systems.
ACMA's Journey to Higher Productivity with IoT
ACMA, a Coesia company, is a leading firm in the design and construction of automatic packaging machines for consumer goods. Despite their success, they faced a significant challenge in developing a new flexible, smart, and high-speed automatic feeding system for their wrapping machines. The company needed to ensure faster time-to-market, a smaller footprint, and higher productivity. The challenge was to find a solution that could meet these requirements while also being sustainable and flexible. The company had been partnering with an undisclosed firm for over two decades, implementing their motion control and industrial automation solutions. However, the need for a more advanced solution was evident to keep up with the evolving market demands and to maintain their competitive edge.
Aquapolo: Enhancing Water Security and Efficiency with IoT
Aquapolo, Brazil's largest wastewater treatment plant, was faced with a significant challenge. The local community was experiencing a severe shortage of potable water, and there was an increasing demand for water for industrial use. Aquapolo was tasked with managing 20 different Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) related to water quality and quantity. The plant also needed to reduce production costs and improve operational efficiency. The challenge was not only to meet the immediate water needs of the community and industry but also to ensure sustainable and efficient water management for the future.
Chais Monnet: Enhancing Comfort and Efficiency with IoT
Chais Monnet, a new hotel located in the heart of historic vineyards, faced several challenges in developing a Building Management System (BMS) and an energy-consumption monitoring system. The hotel, which boasts 92 rooms, 14 apartments, a restaurant, a seminar room, a spa, and a swimming pool, required a system that was not only intuitive and user-friendly but also capable of communicating with all technical batches including domestic hot water, electricity, heating, lighting, and air handling unit. The challenge was further complicated by the need to ensure quality aesthetics of the equipment and the finishing of the wiring and thermostats, to comply with the requirements of a listed historic building. Additionally, the hotel wanted to provide its international clientele with the ability to control comfort parameters from their rooms.
Improving Sustainability and Efficiency in Cement Production: A Case Study of CNBM
China National Building Material (CNBM), a company responsible for producing one out of every ten tons of cement in the world, was faced with a significant challenge. The company sought to enhance its sustainability and optimize its operations. The primary objectives were to manage its energy usage effectively, reduce operational costs, improve profitability, and minimize environmental pollution. The challenge was to achieve these goals without compromising the quality of the cement produced or the efficiency of the production process.
DataXion: Enhancing Efficiency and Reducing Energy Consumption with EcoStruxure
DataXion, the largest data center in North Africa, was faced with the challenge of ensuring energy optimization and maximizing energy consumption while achieving a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.6. Given the climate, energy consumption was the primary challenge for this data center. The task was not only to manage the energy consumption but also to provide the best choice of equipment and solutions to implement. The challenge was to find a solution that could provide a safe and consistent power supply, maximize system efficiency, improve energy efficiency within the data center, and provide precise air handling for the proper operation of IT equipment.
Henkel's Journey to Enhanced Energy Efficiency and Process Optimization
Henkel, a global leader in consumer goods and chemicals, was facing a significant challenge in optimizing its energy-intensive spray drying process in detergent production. The process was not only consuming a substantial amount of energy but also lacked the efficiency required for a streamlined production process. The company was in dire need of a solution that could modernize this process, conserve valuable resources, and contribute to its sustainability goals. The challenge was to find a system that could seamlessly integrate with their existing infrastructure and provide real-time insights for better decision-making.
Lippulaiva: A Case Study on Intelligent Energy Management
The case study revolves around the challenge of managing energy resources efficiently in a large property, Lippulaiva. The property, owned by Citycon, a top Nordic owner of city centers, had a large geothermal energy plant for heating and cooling. However, the challenge was to reduce CO2 emissions and make the city center the most environmentally responsible and friendly in Europe. The need was to control and optimize energy flows, combining building technology and business information, and continuously monitor all building technology systems.
Sophim: Enhancing Production Agility and Efficiency with Universal Automation
Sophim, a manufacturer of natural ingredients for the cosmetics industry, was faced with the challenge of modernizing its automation systems. The company sought to upgrade its legacy automation systems to an Industry 4.0 solution in a managed, low-risk, and agile manner. The new solution needed to provide clean integration of IT technologies, with a particular focus on predictive maintenance. Additionally, Sophim wanted to leverage external engineering expertise without introducing project or solution complexity. The task of implementing this solution was given to Alliance system integrator partner Master Systèmes.
Padania Acque: A Case Study on Smart Water Management
Padania Acque, a water services provider for 113 municipalities in the Italian province of Cremona, was facing challenges in managing its water supply system. The company was struggling with high water losses, which were significantly above the national average. This was not only leading to wastage of a precious resource but also impacting the company's financial performance. The traditional methods of control and management were proving to be inefficient, leading to operational inefficiencies. The company was in dire need of a solution that could help it monitor and optimize its entire water supply system, and enable it to take predictive actions to ensure reliable and sustainable operations for its customers.
Founded in 1983, Advantech is a leader in providing trusted innovative embedded and automation products and solutions. Advantech offers comprehensive system integration, hardware, software, customer-centric design services, and global logistics support; all backed by industry-leading front and back office e-business solutions.
Honeywell invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world’s toughest challenges initiated by revolutionary macrotrends in science, technology and society. They improves business performance for customers with automation and control solutions, equipment and services that enhance safety, reliability and efficiency. Year founded: 1906 Revenue: $40.3 billion (2014) NYSE: HON
Siemens is the largest engineering company in Europe. With their positioning along the electrification value chain, Siemens has the knowhow that extends from power generation to power transmission, power distribution and smart grid to the efficient application of electrical energy. Featured Subsidiaries/ Business Units: - Digital Factory - Siemens Technology to Business (TTB)
GE is a diversified specialty equipment, infrastructure and financial services company. Their products and services range from aircraft engines, power generation, oil and gas production equipment, and household appliances to medical imaging, business and consumer financing and industrial products. GE believes new technologies will merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work. Year founded: 1892 Revenue: $148.5 billion (2014) NYSE: GE Featured Subsidiaries/ Business Units: - GE Digital - GE Predix - GE Intelligent Platform - Wurldtech