IoT is reinforced under the neuroons brand
OpenSistemas, under its innovative brand neuroons, has become the first Spanish partner of energy-efficiency company Crowley Carbon. The collaboration aims to help large manufacturing companies reduce energy consumption and waste by combining state-of-the-art engineering and sustainable technological solutions to reduce the carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions.
This collaboration agreement reinforces neuroons’ IoT and Analytics value proposition, since data and advanced real-time analytics are the basis of Crowley Carbon’s Clarity software, helping to anticipate the volume of savings for companies, as well as ensuring compliance over time.
With the Clarity platform we will have the ability to work directly with clients to visualize, predict – thanks to advanced analytical models – and test the energy saving interventions that are being carried out.
Clarity, the platform that helps reduce energy consumption
Thanks to this collaboration agreement, OpenSistemas will include in its portfolio the software developed by Crowley Carbon, Clarity, an advanced real-time analytics platform that allows reducing energy consumption, improving performance and increasing equipment uptime in industrial facilities.
“With the Clarity platform, we will have the ability to work directly with customers to visualize, predict – thanks to advanced analytical models – and test the energy saving interventions that are being carried out. In industrial settings, energy savings often cannot be separated from core processes, so while energy savings are the goal, we will work with our customers to achieve process improvements and savings at the same time”.Javier Viñuales, Partner Manager at OpenSistemas.
A milestone in the legal framework to transform Spain
The announcement of this collaboration agreement takes place in a favorable scenario following the recent approval of the first draft of the Law on Climate Change and Energy Transition in Spain, a law that will modernize the industry and make it competitive in the new markets, strengthen the social fabric, attract investment in the technologies of the future, avoid financial risks, generate stable employment and facilitate an equitable distribution of wealth in the decarbonization process, guided by criteria of social justice and just transition strategies.
The reduction of primary energy consumption in favour of improving efficiency is one of the objectives of the law, so it is expected that investments will be promoted to help decarbonisation. In this sense, and in accordance with the priorities set by the European Commission, an explicit reference is made to promoting the digitization of the Spanish economy and what it can contribute on the road to decarbonisation.