Innovative Energy Management Solution
The dashboard is a window into the optimization-driven controls manipulation and results enabled by EOS. It is a rich internet application (RIA) with an intuitive and user friendly interface. With proper authentication, it can be accessed over the internet with a web browser.
Built-in Real-time EMIS
The dashboard comes with seven access-controlled modules. Below is a short description of each module and the features it provides. If you would like to see a real-life version of any module, please contact our Marketing team or fill out the form on the Demo page.
The Usage module is the culmination of our knowledge and experience in delivering EMIS solutions over the years. It is designed to provide a simple snapshot of important energy KPIs and performance tracking information quickly to executives without “information overload”. Granular information is hidden behind the quick metrics and can be assessed as needed.
The Savings module displays up-to-date savings as compared to a pre-established baseline.
The Planner displays the building schedule simple calendar format. EOS algorithms utilize the planner to define space targets based on what is scheduled at a given time, taking into account space requirements, occupancy, activity type, etc.
Control Points Module
The Control Points module shares a list of all setpoints and control parameters in the building at any given moment, as well as any pertinent information calculated by EOS. The information can be grouped into “Equipment Sets” for display as needed. On average, EOS receives and manages 5,000 control points for a building. Optimization of each Equipment Set can be enabled/disabled with the press of a button. This module allows operators to understand what EOS may be changing in their building and why.
The Status module displays all the equipment under a particular space/location and their optimization status, what energy efficiency strategy being used etc. in real time. User can also turn optimization on/off for each equipment. Clicking an equipment will bring a list of all the data points related to that specific equipment.
The Graphics module is much like traditional controls “graphics”, but with a focus on grouping equipment from an energy systems standpoint.
The Activities module details all activities – both operational and energy related. This includes a running log of user and EOS-triggered activities as well as energy-related Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) and associated alerts and notifications.