News articles from May 2018
A Powelectrics connected sensor solution has been used to improve the warning system used to advise civilians when the Otmoor military firing range is in use. The range borders an RSPB reserve and the new m2m system improves safety and saves many hours for military personnel and wildlife enthusiasts alike.
Happy 6th birthday to our weather station!!! This solar-powered Metron2 telemetry device has sent data to our MetronView platform, every 10 minutes for 6 years.
A Powelectrics connected sensor solution has helped our customer to participate in National Grid’s ‘Demand Side Response’ (DSR) initiative, DSR allows organisations to reduce or shift demand at certain times to create capacity in the grid and also for those with onsite power generation facilities, to supply energy to the grid when it is needed.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is using a Powelectrics connected sensor solution to remotely monitor water levels at RSPB reserves, to achieve optimum levels for breeding and nutrition and assist with research & analysis.
Powelectrics partner in Mauritius, Naveo have installed a connected sensor m2m solution for the largest fuel retailer on the island, making them the first to benefit from an Industry4.0, fully-integrated IIoT approach to logistics and stock management. Powelectrics award-winning Metron telemetry enabled Naveo to bring signals from level sensors in forecourt tanks into their platform.
Global Industrial Gas Business Delivers Reduced Costs, Environmental Benefits and Improved Service With Powelectrics Connected Sensor Solution
Powelectrics Metron telemetry has been rolled out globally by a major industrial gas supplier. They are using IIoT remote monitoring to measure and report levels on cryogenic gas tanks to the cloud. This m2m solution makes it possible to manage inventory via automated order processing and delivery scheduling. Both distribution costs & environmental risk have been reduced and customers are getting excellent proactive service.
Back in March, when Powelectrics introduced Dave Oakes as our new MD, we also mentioned that he was training hard for the Tour de Manc® sportive. Fantastically well done to Dave for not only surviving, but doing it on one of the hottest days of the year so far…certainly not the Arctic conditions he has been training in!
Powelectrics Have Developed a Rail Safety Solution in Partnership with the Energy Development Co-Operative
Powelectrics have developed a rail industry solution for the Energy Development Co-Operative who specialise in renewable energy technologies for off-grid energy applications. This remote condition monitoring application connects sensors to the cloud, ensuring that battery charge issues are reported and dealt with quickly.