EMMA Service, powered by Proficloud.io, enables remote energy data analysis via IoT devices, supporting energy management, compliance, and sustainable production. Features include monitoring, setting boundaries, and tracking assembly group energy consumption.
Energy costs can account for up to 10% (or even 40% in energy-intensive industries) of production costs. Optimizing energy efficiency is easier than you think. This blog post provides key questions and a Smart Service to help with energy management.
It’s time for something new again, our team responsible for the EMMA Service thought, and has released a new update for the Smart Service on Proficloud.io. In update 1.10, the Smart Service offers many new features, nested metering points, new summation features, and much more that has been requested by customers – because that’s how good development works, based on user feedback and current requirements.
In addition to new features that are regularly published on Proficloud.io, our UI/UX designers and usability-enthusiastic colleagues are particularly happy when usability can be increased. This involves, for example, general improvements to the usability of the platform.
The developers of the EMMA Service improve the Smart Service so that now a variety of different media can be displayed and processed. Water, gas, thermal energy, steam are only a few of the new media you are able to visualize in the EMMA Service.
We are very happy that at the beginning of the year we can again introduce new features for the EMMA Service on Proficloud.io. The more our users engage with the Smart Service, the more feedback we receive – which we then of course incorporate for everyone’s benefit.
With a user-friendly web-based user interface, the Phoenix Contact EMpro energy meter can be configured in 6 simple steps and integrated into the IIoT platform Proficloud.io and the EMMA Service. Reduce the time required to implement energy management from installation to cloud-based
Rising energy costs and strict legal requirements make measuring and analyzing consumption in companies more important than ever. There are now IoT solutions for this task that can be easily installed via plug-and-play and used with little prior knowledge. Two examples from production show how companies can benefit from this.