Number of Case Studies231
Smart Grid Monitoring
Smart Grid Monitoring
Energy intelligence software provider EnerNOC is helping customers make the most of every kilowatt with its 24/7/365 network that connects enterprise customers, utility companies, and grid operators with real-time data on energy consumption. EnerNOC uses FW’s cost-effective Skyus embedded modem to bring data from meters in the field to its Network Operations Center (NOC).
Reducing Energy Costs Across Pella’s Manufacturing Plants
Reducing Energy Costs Across Pella’s Manufacturing Plants
Pella’s commitment to continually improve its processes for its team members and the environment has led the company to seek innovative technologies that advance overall productivity and the quality of its manufacturing operations.
Worldwide IT Leader Manages Enterprise Energy and Sustainability
Worldwide IT Leader Manages Enterprise Energy and Sustainability
To understand their complex global energy consumption and emissions footprint, Cisco needed a software solution to help them manage disparate energy- and emissions-related data inputs across their enterprise, integrate and analyze their sustainability and energy metrics, embark upon energy and emissions mitigation projects, and report results publicly. Cisco also needed to perform detailed interval analysis of their high energy-usage facilities.
Number of Hardware2
Neutron Remote Energy & Utility Consumption Monitors
Neutron Remote Energy & Utility Consumption Monitors
Neutron12 turns 12 simple pulse consumption meters into smart meters. It's ideal for setting up submonitoring in larger properties. It's very easy to install, set up and use.Neutron12 is designed to read any pulse generating utility or energy meter and send the data for aggregation and reporting. Neutron12 is available either with LAN/TCP-IP or 3G mobile data transfer.12 standard S0 pulse inputsIntegrated web interface or 3G GSM moduleEasy setup with browser interface or a single SMS30 day data bufferingDelivered with power supply and external antenna (3G-version)
Vibration energy harvester, Viezo EH-1
Vibration energy harvester, Viezo EH-1
Tiny, yet powerful enough piezoelectric energy harvester, converting ambient vibrations into useful electrical energy. Increase longevity, reliability of your wireless IoT, and keep it batteryless.  Dimensions 81x55x18 mmOutput Voltage DC: 1.8V - 3.6V; AC: unregulatedOperating Temperature -30°C … +60°CIP IP66Frequency range 20 - 100 HzAcceleration 0,1g … 2gLifespan >10 yearsPiezo material PVDFEnergy storage Supercap 0,47F; 5V AWX 
Number of Software406
Predixion Insight
Predixion Insight
Predixion Insight is a powerful Cloud-based predictive analytics platformPredixion Insight is a cloud-based predictive analytics platform that analyzes data from anywhere – database, data warehouse, in the cloud – and combines the data, prepares it for analysis, trains predictive models and scores data in real time. Predixion has an open deployment mechanism that enables “predict anywhere” flexibility so predictive analytics can be embedded into BI tools, dashboards, applications, cloud services or on to devices, machines or CEP systems. In this way, real-time predictive analytics are placed at the point of decision to improve business outcomes. Predixion’s patent-pending technology, the Machine Learning Semantic Model (MLSM), encapsulates the entire analytics workflow into a single object that is “production ready” greatly reducing time to build and deploy models. The MLSM also enables portability so the analytics can be deployed into enterprise applications, Cloud services, or directly on a device or machine. Predixion’s integration into Excel enables users to build powerful models in a familiar environment.With Predixion RIOT, OEMs can embed advanced analytics directly onto their devices and machines to make their devices smarter, and Enterprise customers can add intelligence to every level of their network to solve expensive problems like unplanned downtime.
StruxureWare Energy Operation
StruxureWare Energy Operation
StruxureWare Energy Operation is a flexible software-as-a-service (Saas) tool that offers scalable functionality from simple, out-of-the-box reporting to in-depth energy analytics. This intuitive tool transforms data into essential energy information to identify areas of continuous improvement and reduce operating expenses. Distill and visualize all your data: Aggregate data from any source, tailor dashboards and delivery methods, and clearly express and visualize relevant data.Track and optimize energy performance: Evaluate new energy opportunities, forecast energy consumption, and calculate ROI. Also analyze operating changes, track and summarize key energy data, and measure and validate savings.Control and manage costs: Discover anomalies that are causing energy and proactively manage processes. Allocate and recover costs by process, department, or building.Scale according to your needs: pay only for what you need. As your specifications change, Energy Option easily grow with you.Suppot Corporate Compliance: Push energy data to your company website, oreven lobby kiosks, to share the good news and show your progress. Promote a green image and report on sustainability
OpShield
OpShield
OpShield, deployed inside your industrial or medical environment, maps, monitors, and can block unwanted traffic. Wurldtech gives you visibility into your device communications, then actively help keep your people safe, operations running, and assets undamaged.OpShield is fortified with an extensive set of ICS-specific vulnerability protection packs that are designed to thwart exploits that target OT vulnerabilities.Wurldtech’s OT threat research targets root vulnerabilities, not just exploit symptoms. Wurldtech researchers write vulnerability signatures that are long-lasting and can defend against exploit variants. This nuance is critically important. Traditional threat signatures are short-lived due to variants easily bypassing signatures. But vulnerability signatures can defend against new attacks--including zero-day attacks--that leverage the same root vulnerability.Combining this capability with well-researched OT protocol and device vulnerabilities delivers greater accuracy and broader protection.BASELINE NETWORK COMMUNICATIONSUpon installation, OpShield observes and records all OT communications to establish traffic patterns, allowing you to establish “what’s normal.” This becomes the baseline for network communications whitelisting, the strongest form of cyber security policy creation. Asset owners or system integrators then review and edit the policies, knowing that the majority of the work is already done by OpShield.These baseline and automated policy creation capabilities allow system operators to make informed decisions about the communications that transpire across their controls networks.NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS WHITELISTBuilding on the baseline, network communications whitelisting allows operators to block, allow, or simply alert on all traffic that doesn’t match an established policy. Operators gain more control and reduce complexity associated with unnecessary traffic.This approach to network communication control prevents attackers from misusing protocol commands, such as “shutdown,” “scan,” and “factory reset,” as well as parameters, such as “set point.” These commands and parameters exist in industrial protocols for good reason. But they can be dangerous when executed outside of the intended context.Whether for power generation, manufacturing, clinical healthcare or other critical infrastructure sectors, OpShield helps ensure that only the right commands for the right devices are executed.EASY OT NETWORK SEGMENTATIONSegmentation further helps reduce the attack surface.Unlike traditional IT VLANS or other segmentation techniques, OpShield’s drag-and-drop interface allows an operator to quickly segment an OT network, without the need to reconfigure or reengineer.It takes just a few minutes, yet can save hours, days or weeks in otherwise trying to contain malware or halt suspicious activity. Zone-specific whitelist policies also help minimize unexpected downtime by preventing lateral movement of ICS infections.Operators can easily apply fine-grain controls by associating whitelist policy with specific zones, or even zones within zones (nested zones).
Number of Suppliers309
OuE Energy Technology
OuE Energy Technology
EQuota Energy
EQuota Energy
Founded by MIT graduates, Equota Energy Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is a big-data-centered, comprehensive energy management solution provider. We are focused on the unique energy management needs of the Chinese market. Our business uses SaaS to help Chinese enterprises save energy cost and optimize energy usage with actionable business insights derived from big data analysis.
Kontrol Energy
Kontrol Energy
Kontrol Energy Corp. is a leader in energy efficiency solutions and technology. Through a disciplined mergers and acquisition strategy, combined with organic growth, Kontrol Energy Corp. provides market-based energy solutions to our customers designed to reduce their overall cost of energy while providing a corresponding reduction in Green House Gas (GHG) emissions.
Number of Organizations33
Peregrine Ventures
Peregrine Ventures
Peregrine Ventures, Israel's leading venture capital fund for early stage investments, is focused on investing in promising early stage High-tech companies with a strong emphasis in the Life Sciences, Telecommunications, Information Technology, Cleantech & Energy.
French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA)
French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA)
The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation in four main areas: defence and security, nuclear energy (fission and fusion), technological research for industry, fundamental research in the physical sciences and life sciences.?CEA is active internationally in a variety of areas: scientific and technical cooperation, sovereign missions, support for French nuclear industry and European community. The CEA has positioned itself as a key player in building the European research area through its involvement and recognition in numerous European research initiatives and bodies. The CEA provides the public authorities and the industry with the expertise and innovation needed to develop improved nuclear power generation systems.
GreenTouch
GreenTouch
GreenTouch is a consortium of leading Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, academic and non-governmental research experts dedicated to fundamentally transforming communications and data networks, including the Internet, and significantly reducing the carbon footprint of ICT devices, platforms and networks.Two factors motivated the formation of GreenTouch in early 2010. First, energy consumption in ICT networks is increasing in part due to exponential network growth, especially with the explosion of wireless data traffic. Network growth is outpacing equipment efficiency, which is slowing as limits to historical capacity and scaling laws loom. This trend could adversely affect the Internet and the broad energy efficiency benefits that ICT networks and associated smart technologies enable. The second motivation is the urgent need to meet the global challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Every industry must play its part and ICT, at the forefront of technology, can be a leader here.To dramatically reduce the energy consumption of today’s ICT networks, a radical new approach was needed. Meeting the challenge depends on collaborative efforts that take advantage of innovation and expertise from around the world. GreenTouch brings together this expertise in a consortium whose members -- leading industry enterprises, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the ICT community -- work in concert to invent the technologies that can achieve sustainable networks in the decades to come.GreenTouch has also been stimulated by recent research that identifies a gap between rapid network growth rates today and historical equipment efficiency improvements -- a gap that promises to increase over the decades ahead. Technologies in use today, even considering best-case projected energy efficiency improvements, are not expected to be sufficient to check the rate of energy consumption over the long term. At the same time, key technology energy limits associated with existing underlying components of ICT networks (optical, wireless, electronics, routing, architecture, etc.) are still many orders of magnitude below current operating levels.
Number of Use Cases24
Energy Storage Management
Energy Storage Management
Energy storage management systems store and distribute energy from different sources to be integrated for use when it is needed. This is especially useful for energy sources that cannot produce energy on demand, such as solar and wind energy. With energy storage management systems, the energy generated in the day will be made available to use at night, matching demand with supply and providing energy in a more sustainable manner. Energy storage management systems deployed in remote areas can also power local IoT devices without rechargable batteries by storaging and distributing power as needed, increasing the availbility of IoT devices.
Building Energy Management
Building Energy Management
Building energy management systems (BEMS) provide real-time remote monitoring and integrated control of a wide range of connected systems, allowing modes of operation, energy use, and environmental conditions to be monitored and modified based on hours of operation, occupancy, or other variables to optimise efficiency and comfort. Building energy management systems can also trigger alarms, in some cases predicting problems and informing maintenance programmes. They maintain records of historical performance to enable benchmarking of performance against other buildings or across time and may help automate report writing. BEMS are often integrated with building automation and control (BAC) systems, which have a broaded scope of operations.
Energy Management System
Energy Management System
Energy management systems (EMS) enable operators of electric utility grids to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of power generation, storage, and transmission. These systems collect energy measurement data from utility infrastructure and customers to leverage applications that determine the most cost-effective configuration of power production, transmission, and distribution throughout the network, considering the required criteria for system stability, safety, and reliability. An EMS typically provides the information and computation capability to perform real-time network analyses, to provide strategies for controlling system energy flows, and to determine the most economical mix of power generation, power purchases, and sales. Wide area management control is used in digital grids to provide real-time data for applications to provide context-specific insights. It collects data that are visually synchronized with GPS signals and maps, analyzes data based on key criterion, provides real-time evaluation of voltage stabilization and minimum load shutdown of the capital area, and forecasts system issues through real-time analysis. These analysis and information can be used to make decisions and control the system in real time, improving system liability and avoiding blackouts during faults.
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