Today’s power distribution systems demand the most powerful and flexible remote management solutions. The Internet of Things (IoT) offers many tools for the energy and utilities sector, enabling visibility into energy usage, remote management of network equipment, distribution automation, and more.
With IoT, power and energy companies can improve customer service, reduce risk, and increase operational efficiencies through an endless variety of uses. Smart Meters and Smart Grids enable electricity providers to offer new services by sharing data and advising homes and offices on how to be more energy efficient. Oil and gas companies can cut costs and increase efficiencies in the field. Sensor data and advanced analytics can be used to predict the failure of critical components in oil and gas fields, avoiding costly breakdowns. Even detailed information on local weather conditions and connected systems can enable the automated start up and shut down of equipment, increasing production.
Bacsoft provides both power utilities and commercial enterprises with innovative, reliable and resilient IoT solutions. They allow real-time monitoring and control over complex and widely dispersed energy transmission and distribution systems.
Bacsoft solutions provide damage and loss prevention via real-time alerts and alarms that enable immediate diagnoses and remediation. Our energy solutions reduce costs and man-hours with preventative maintenance. Efficiency is improved as real-time adjustments optimize performance.
The Bacsoft IoT Platform powers a wide variety of energy solutions for customers all over the world. Some examples include:
Utilities and power companies operate citywide or even nationwide and have many unmanned satellite plants… Read More
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Generating electricity is a complex process. The final product cannot be stored – it is generated and supplied in real-time and subject to demand at any moment. Every time a customer connects or disconnects from the system, the system must adapt seamlessly and generate more or less electricity. So when transformers are stolen or vandalized, it upsets an entire system.
Preventing corrosion is critical to the maintenance of any pipeline, and EAPC is no exception. To protect its nearly 750 km of pipeline, EAPC has implemented a sophisticated network of active and passive cathodic protection. The cathodic protection is widely spaced throughout the country, and until 2013, all configuration, monitoring and maintenance took place on-site.