At ACE IoT, we are always excited when we can “wow” a customer. It was gratifying to hear from Rede Energy Solutions that, using ACE IoT’s platform, Rede’s engineers were able to generate value—in just a few hours—that had previously taken many weeks or months to create. According to Rede, ACE IoT’s offering has three distinguishing features that makes it uniquely well-suited to support their work: 1) the ability to search and tag infrastructure data by keywords, 2) effective technical support and 3) transparency. In this post, we examine how and why ACE IoT’s data acquisition and data enablement solution is well-suited to support the work Rede’s engineers do for their K-12 customers.
Partnership between ACE IoT Solutions and 75F enables customers to trend operations data from legacy equipment
Via an exciting new partnership between 75F and ACE IoT Solutions, 75F users can now access and analyze near real-time data from their legacy central plant equipment within 75F® Portfolio Analytics Manager™ (PAM). The newly available turn-key solution leverages the open-source Eclipse VOLTTRON technology to ingest data from equipment including air handlers, boilers and chillers.
In Tempe, Arizona, work has started on an exciting project that will deploy advanced building optimization strategies in a multi-family residential building complex. The Tempe project is noteworthy for several reasons. First, the project is a cooperative effort between the Tempe building’s owner, FCP® (a privately held real estate investment company based in Maryland) & Tides Equities (a privately held real estate investment company based in California); and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Second, and this will come as no surprise to regular readers of our blogs, the project is notable because it will use the open-source VOLTTRON technology to manage the optimization and peak demand limiting applications deployed at the site. Third, the type of applications being deployed at the Tempe site are most often deployed in commercial buildings and not in residential buildings.