News articles from June 2019
Powelectrics extend a very warm welcome to Steph, who has joined our Finance and Admin Team, bringing management accounts and business administration experience from a variety of roles. As well as taking responsibility for various accounts functions and office duties, she will be using her organisational skills to review operational procedures and provide accurate data for predictive and strategic planning. Find out more about Steph here!
Powelectrics Demonstrate Latest IoT Solutions on Porterbrook’s Inspirational Innovation Hub at RailLive 2019
Powelectrics were delighted to be selected to demonstrate our IoT technology at Porterbrook’s pioneering ‘Innovation Hub’ launched at RailLive 2019. Our visitors saw live data from sensors on the Hub & data from moving trains around the UK, showing how remote condition monitoring can provide the knowledge needed to improve reliability, performance, safety and comfort.
Powelectrics have delivered an Industry 4.0 ‘connected sensor’ solution to a global savoury snacks and confectionery business with manufacturing plants in the UK. They were looking for an IoT solution that could enhance the capabilities of local gauges and SCADA systems to improve efficiency and increase margins in a notoriously cost-driven industry.
Powelectrics offer you 25 years’ experience in connecting sensors, firstly through radio telemetry, then GSM/GPRS and now through a broad range of communication technologies, depending on the application. Here we look in a little more detail at the Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) that are most relevant to our IIoT customer base.
Powelectrics Deliver a ‘Connected Sensor’ Solution To Improve Safety and Efficiency & Reduce Environmental Risk and Costs
Powelectrics have delivered several ‘connected sensor’ solutions for a major supplier of oil industry and environmental services. For this Industry 4.0 project, our customer wished to improve safety and efficiency at a multi-tank waste transfer station. Now, the risk of an overspill is dramatically reduced along with the safety and environmental risks and the expense of either emergency collections or clean-up operations.