Factovize EMS gives you control over how much energy your industries use overall, which improves all technical workflows. It makes it plausible for businesses to succeed in lowering energy expenses as well as other associated costs, improving control over technical operations, boosting productivity, and ensuring the stability of processes.
Diminish the power that is emitted during peak hours while also conserving the energy that is being lost via leakage
Create more precise budgets and acquire deeper understanding of operational costs through evaluating utility expenditures
Accessible at any time and from any location in the world
Monitor energy consumption in real-time to ensure the stability of the processes. To refine the technical processes and manage the energy, the manufacturing industry needs a real-time visual representation of the whole manufacturing production process. Live dashboard helps to view the real-time status of your entire production process and audit the energy spent. You can drill down deeper into each machine to know the amount of ampere, frequency and voltage used in real-time.
By saving 50% – 70% of power annually, Return On Investment (ROI) can be gained within 2-3 years. And the characteristics like reducing the power output during peak hours, and assisting you in detecting energy inefficiencies, speed up the process of gaining return on investment.
With Factovize EMS, energy managers can obtain data as graphical reports direclty from the assembly line when they require it to make smart decisions at the appropriate moment. Reporting ensures effective power efficiency by letting know how much energy is being used. It also permits you to analyze and compare the parameters like frequency, leakages and so on with the previous data.
Optimize your production line by collecting and analysing every important piece of data related to energy usage. To help manage the danger of rising electricity expenses and lower the possibility of supply shortages, Factovize EMS gives energy managers visibility into the energy consumption of each machine department-by-department.
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