Effective energy monitoring is a challenge that businesses of all sizes face today. The escalating utility costs and mounting pressure for sustainability require organizations to track energy consumption and identify inefficiencies to reduce costs and minimize environmental impact.
Without real-time data on key metrics such as KWh, power factor, and energy quality, companies are forced to guess the actual production costs until the bill arrives.
In the following use case, we installed a combination of technology that focuses on measuring critical variables in real time with a non-intrusive approach. LoRaWAN sensors were used to accurately measure energy consumption, voltages, power factor, and total harmonic distortion among other variables.
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The industrial internet of things (IIoT) is revolutionizing the way industries operate, and it has a key role in increasing efficiency and the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
One of its benefits is its ability to identify inefficiencies and take preventive action. By continuously monitoring equipment and processes, companies can get ahead and control where and when inefficiencies happen and reduce waste, which also leads to significant cost savings. By harnessing the power of Industrial IoT sensors, companies can optimize operations, and help prevent unplanned downtime by alerting operators to potential issues before they result in costly breakdowns.
Manufacturing organizations have been collecting data massive amounts of data for for some time now so, what's new? While this is a true fact, making sense of the data, being able to access it in real-time, and contextualizing is what truly make the difference in terms of environmental impact and efficiency. And here is where IoT (internet of things) technology makes it possible.
The benefits go beyond simple automation of processes to play a crucial role in reducing GHG emissions. By monitoring energy usage and emissions in real-time, companies identify areas to optimize the use of natural resources and reduce their environmental impact. For instance,, by optimizing equipment settings or adjusting production schedules, companies can reduce energy usage resulting in a more sustainable business.
One size doesnt fit all:
While all of this technology is changing the game and opening new possibilities for manufacturers, there are plenty of options and different approaches in the market, and while the challenges are similar, there is around 20% of the process that varies from one organization to another. Being able to customize solutions become key in efficient deployments. At the end of the day, it's not just about the technology and the machines but also transforming the process associated with it that truly makes an impact in achieving sustainability goals.
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The potential of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT): Revolutionizing Manufacturing and Agriculture
The world of technology is constantly evolving, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is no exception. In the past decade, IIoT has taken the industrial and agricultural sectors by storm, transforming the way businesses operate and manage their assets. From reducing costs and greenhouse gas emissions, to increasing throughput and eliminating unplanned downtime, the potential benefits of IIoT are numerous.
As companies look to the future, it's important that they thing about the right tools in place to support their growth and success. An asset intelligence platform that provides a 360-degree view of operations, while also helping to reduce costs and emissions, increase throughput, and eliminate unplanned downtime, can be a powerful solution. Transforming operations isn't a one man work only, it includes using technology to understand machines through acces to data and transform the process involving those machines. That is where substantial change happens.
The future of IIoT is bright, and businesses in the industrial and agricultural sectors will only continue to see the benefits of adopting this technology, leading to new and improved solutions. This will drive greater efficiency, cost savings, and environmental sustainability in the industrial and agricultural sectors.
By embracing the latest trends in the IIoT and leveraging innovative solutions, organizations can optimize their operations, reduce their impact on the environment, and achieve their sustainability goals.
So why wait? Unlock the full potential of your industrial operations today.