May 31, 2021
Our Senior Analyst Julianne Rhoads authored a guide on predictive maintenance as a part of I2SL Best Practices collection. These Best Practice Guides provide information on the design, construction, and operation of technologies that contribute to energy efficiency and sustainability in laboratories.
The Predictive Maintenance Using Automatic Fault Detection and Diagnostics guide shows how the big data analytics revolution has enabled true predictive maintenance on a large scale. Users of predictive maintenance analytics can now reap the benefits of operating cost savings, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, increased reliability, prolonged equipment life, and reduced risk of process disruptions.
Learn more and read the paper here.
Learn how to get the most out of Cimetrics Analytika to create safe, reliable, energy-efficient buildings
This month's Analytika Users Forum focused on Analytika Utility Manager for meter monitoring, analysis, and reporting. The Cimetrics team shared our energy use tracking visualizations and the consumption & cost summary reports, and demonstrated the process for meter device validation & troubleshooting. Attendees shared their experience using the Utility Manager for demand response, in support of the ISO50001 standard, and for decision-making for sustainable development. We discussed Ciemtrics' ability to connect to multiple metering systems and data sources with varying intervals, and the timeliness afforded by Analytika's automatic data conditioning.
You can view the presentation slides from the forum here.
Our next session announcement coming soon
Check out past shows for a live weekly open conversation with industry leaders to help us get through the pandemic and prepare for a new normal in commercial buildings post-COVID.
May's discussions were about how smart buildings cross the technology adoption chasm, specifically finding the beachhead and the new market dynamics for smart buildings.
The Council on Women in Energy & Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) supports the role of women in the energy and environmental industries.
The newly-established CWEEL New England group invites you to join our first virtual gathering on May 13th to learn more about the group and help plan events for 2021. Learn More
The 2021 Annual Conference originally scheduled to be held June 26-30, 2021 in Phoenix, AZ is now going to be held online in a virtual format. The conference will include a mixture of live and on-demand technical and interactive sessions that will take place Monday, June 28-30, 2021.
Society Standing, Technical and Project Committees will be scheduled virtually and can take place anytime between June 7-25, 2021 leading up to the live sessions. Learn more here.
Advanced Energy Conference Virtual Event
June 9-10, 2021
The theme for this two-part conference is charting the course for energy, as we map our path to a future energy portfolio by exploring technology innovations, key policy changes, new business models and more.
Explore what’s new in energy technologies, connect with the change-makers in the energy industry, and bring to market the next big thing in clean energy.
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