TECH OFFER

Energy Efficiency and Monitoring System (E²MAS)

KEY INFORMATION

TECHNOLOGY READINESS LEVEL (TRL):
LOCATION:
Singapore
ID NUMBER:
TO174243

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

The Energy Efficiency and Monitoring System (E²MAS) is an energy management system that acquires data from sensors for visualization and analytics. It can be used to assess an equipment’s energy usage in real-time and identify hotspots of excessive energy usage. These hotspots can then be analyzed to derive quantifiable energy improvement potentials that will allow you to better understand the day-to-day energy usage of your manufacturing processes and embed the best practices in energy management. Depending on the user's requirements, the analysis can be performed via either an on-premise server or a cloud-based server. The technology provider is looking for system integrators for collaboration to further develop the product.

TECHNOLOGY FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

Real-Time Energy Efficiency Monitoring Dashboard The E²MAS application provides a real-time energy efficiency dashboard at the shopfloor level. At one glance, users can easily understand their current energy performance as well as identify hotspots, i.e. those machines with a warning or abnormal status. Real-Time Flows Visualization Dashboard Users can simply identify those machines that are major energy consumers via the flows visualization dashboard. And also, users can find out how energy is being used, whether for value-added production or idling activities. Alert Investigation Abnormal occurrences are presented with warnings on the mobile application to alert you to energy consumption deviations and are presented against average and best practice energy efficiency results. Abnormal statuses are able to be shown against factors leading to the warning, such as abnormal temperature readings. Furthermore, best practice results will also be displayed to show the potential difference in equipment performance.

POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS

Technology has been deployed across many sectors that strive to improve their energy utilization. Examples of such sectors include: Food Waste Management Manufacturing Industry Building and Construction Technology can also be incorporated as a component in a bigger system. However, such integration would require further detailed study to firm up the requirements.

Benefits

The system will help you to assess your equipment’s energy usage in real-time and identify hotspots of excessive energy usage. These hotspots can then be analyzed to derive quantifiable energy improvement potentials that will allow you to better understand the day-to-day energy usage of your manufacturing processes and embed the best practices in energy management.