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Increasing energy efficiency and meeting DIN EN ISO 50001 requirements - with INSYS icom and GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency
Rising energy prices, intense competition and statutory requirements from mandatory energy audits under the new Energy Services Act (EDL-G) as well as tax refunds under § 10 of the Electricity Tax Act (“Peak balancing”, Efficiency System Directive) make energy management obligatory for many companies. The customers of both companies accordingly benefit from the partnership between INSYS icom and GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency.
If the VPN routers and IoT gateways of the latest INSYS icom series are already in use in buildings or technical facilities, energy management can be easily implemented. This is because the GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency software can be loaded directly onto the existing hardware and can send the data collected by the router directly to its energy management portal. There the energy efficiency can be analysed and evaluated. “This saves our customers an additional router and consequently the management and maintenance of a further hardware component. Thanks to this partnership with GILDEMEISTER, they can now improve the energy efficiency of their machines, systems and buildings as a supplement to existing applications. In this way they expand their existing data technology. They are gradually taking the path of digitalisation in line with our principle of step-by-step IoT,” states Wolfgang Wanner, Senior Manager for Sales & Business Development at INSYS icom.
This also applies in a different way: with the devices from INSYS icom, companies that wish to implement further applications for their energy management (now or in the future) in addition to the software from GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency are already well positioned today. For example, in addition to energy management, remote maintenance of machines and systems can be set up as well as - in the next step - status monitoring with an alarm function in the event of a fault. “This cooperation has the great advantage that we can offer our customers one-stop shopping for a complete solution which goes beyond energy management, and thus enables them to maintain a high degree of flexibility and investment security. Remote access opens up completely new options for the all-round servicing of machines and systems - and it saves time and money,” says Sebastian Braun, Managing Director of GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency.
INSYS icom and GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency will be presenting their solution at joint webinars planned for September. Further information is available at https://www.insys-icom.com/en/latest-news/webinars/.
Secure communication and networking of data in industrial applications - this is what INSYS icom offers. With its intelligent and powerful hardware and software solutions (Managed Devices and Services), machines, systems and other devices can be accessed remotely and their operating data transmitted. INSYS icom works every day with new passion to advance the process of digitalisation and the realisation of the industrial IoT. As a pioneer in this sector and a hotbed of innovation for industrial data communication and networking technology, INSYS icom has always had the ambition to be a driving force behind the digitalisation process. As a leading producer in the energy and water supply segment, INSYS icom is also well established as a premium partner in the fields of mechanical engineering and IT.
GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency
Stuttgart-based GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency GmbH is a provider of solutions for monitoring energy consumption and processes in the corporate environment. The GILDEMEISTER energy efficiency team has comprehensive know-how and experience in data acquisition as well as information, communication and security technology in the business field. In addition, the company focuses on holistic and individual solutions in the areas of energy management, optimisation of the energy efficiency of buildings, technical facilities and processes as well as reducing energy costs.
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