Schneider Electric is the global specialist in energy management and automation. With revenues of ~$30 billion in FY2015, our 160,000+ employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and process in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable. From the simplest of switches to complex operational systems, our technology, software and services improve the way our customers manage and automate their operations. Our connected technologies reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives. At Schneider Electric, we call this Life Is On.
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Business process management (BPM) has proven extremely successful in managing both gradual and radical improvements in the industry and various business functions. While digitization brings incredible new opportunities, it also brings the distinctive challenge of correctly positioning and scoping BPM in organizations.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, recently announced the success achieved with WaterForce, a leading provider of water management and irrigation solutions in New Zealand.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, recently announced a significant step forward in its ability to help its industrial customers remove complexity, leverage open technology and experience new levels of value and efficiency with the introduction of EcoStruxure for Industry.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy managementand automation, today unveiled System Platform 2017, powered by WonderwareTM, which delivers a newstandard for operational excellence for industrial organizations.
With Aquis the network is divided into several manageable control zones. This enables operators to react intelligently and responsibly. Contaminated areas can be shut down and adjacent areas isolated from the contaminated area so that the supply maybe maintained normally. Contingency plans can be quickly implemented.
With the Aquis pressure optimization module the network can be operated within tight parameters ensuring adequate pressure all the time without wasted energy and unnecessary leakages. The module reduces the supply pressure, the leakages, the pumping costs and the CO2 emission. The operator has complete overview of pressure and flow in the network.
This video explains how engineers and operators by using Aquis can make intelligent decisions based on known network performance from historical data. Modeling scenarios draw on the digital mapping data for the existing network and the real time data from the SCADA system.
Operating staff can benefit from using Aquis in their daily work. The operator gets a complete overview of pressure and flow parameters of the entire network. The user interface is intuitive and requires no previous knowledge of Aquis. The interface can be configured to suit the operator's specific needs and requirements.
This video explains the concept of Aquis and how water utilities can benefit from implementing Aquis in terms of providing complete overview of the network as well as being a valuable optimization tool.
Aquis monitors and visualizes water quality covering parameters such as the age of the water, the direction and rate of flow and even the mixing of water from multiple sources. This enables the operator to choose the optimal combination of supply sources to achieve optimal water quality and optimizing production cost.
This video explains how Aquis Leak Detection can reduce the amount of Non-revenue Water by reducing loss of water through existing leaks and reduce the risk of additional leaks. Furthermore energy consumption, emissions and use of chemicals are reduced and water quality is improved.
The impact of utility industry restructuring is being felt on several levels. The upside of distributed generation growth and the diversification of power sources are also resulting in the downside of loading issues, less switching flexibility and the potential for reverse power flow. New predictive asset analytics tools allow utility personnel to address these issues before they become problems. This paper reviews how these tools can be applied to both utility operations and maintenance.
Water utility companies often rely on manual processes to retrieve and share their water network data. In many instances, large amounts of data are sent by email or shared via FTP sites. While this method has worked for some water utilities in the past, many are finding these methods increasingly challenging and restrictive today.
This free, one-day seminar will bring together water utility and technology leaders to discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with the integration of data-driven technologies across the North American water sector. It will take place January 25, 2017 in San Diego at the Qualcomm headquarters.
The turning point for Rudy Engert came when Georgia ran out of water. Faced with severe water shortages, the state was literally weeks away from water rationing. Engert decided it was time to think about the water and wastewater industry differently.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, celebrates the accomplishments of several customers who were recognized for their innovative approaches to optimizing asset utilization, reducing unscheduled downtime and improving performance.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, recently announced the acquisition of MaxEAM, a software company with complementary applications that extend Avantis.PRO Enterprise Asset Management.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, recently announced that it has been named an industry leader in Navigant Research’s report on Asset Performance Management (APM).
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, recently announced general availability of Aquis 7.0, an advanced software application for water distribution network management.
How do energy savings performance contracts work? An energy services company (ESCO) breaks down the process and shares recent results from a participating wastewater treatment plant (WWTP).