What industry doesn’t use data?
We started our company building solutions to collect and analyze power data and over the years we have seen data play a larger role in every industry. We have refined solutions to fulfill the data needs of customers in each market segment and impacting each department, eliminating corporate silos.
Innovations to Help Across Industries
New demands bring significant opportunities for across various industries to during the new age of digital transformation. Managing growing cyber risk, justifying new investments to regulators, preparing for or responding to natural disasters, and improving the customer experience, just to name a few.
Here are a few ways we can help you:
- End-to-end digital twin of critical data to prevent production and service loss during cyber attacks
- Provide simulations to help with prioritization, planning, and maintenance
Save millions on costs and maximize efficiency in mission critical data
Quantitative evaluation for criticality
Examining situational awareness and how to reduce human error
Limiting unnecessary labor costs and downtime
- Managing disparate systems & equipment
Planning for stranded capacity and maintenance
Managing and optimizing supply chains and resources
Real-time data analytics
Power modeling, AC/DC grid integration
Use-case scenario analysis
Some Industries We Serve
Today’s data-packed world requires a lot of organization. Our Asset Optimization software allows you to connect data from various sources for modeling and simulation, providing full visibility of factors affecting and influencing your enterprise.
We can help you organize your data to better understand:
Exposure of critical components impacting large motors and resiliency
Operational efficiency with view of ALL assets in real-time
Production efficiency to impact top and bottom line
Supplier exposure and cost
Nanogrids & Microgrids
We are the only patented real-time microgrid monitoring and control solution in the world. All industries are working towards or planning for a more distributed energy platform.
Since 2008, Power Analytics has led or worked with thought and system leaders in the evolution of microgrids. In 2020, those efforts have taken on a sense of urgency as resiliency, energy cost, and innovation are rapidly changing. Microgrids and distributed energy resources have moved from concept and testing to part of our energy future.
Our nanogrid strategy is a specific approach that provides the lowest cost, vendor-agnostic architecture using off-the-shelf hardware. The primary goal of each nanogrid mission is resilience. The power engineering is based on existing technology generally associated with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Using concepts well understood in UPS technology, this “virtual UPS” has all the functional components of a UPS loosely coupled and does not require data communications. A “cluster” of nanogrid form Tier 1 microgrids, incorporating higher order functions and situational awareness. Each nanogrid can meet the prime function of resilience without data communications, reducing the complexity and cost. Each nanogrid can be modeled and simulated as a Power Digital Twin (PDT) and in real-time utilizing Asset Optimization of the PDT.
With the development of the nanogrid cluster, Power Analytics’ engineers will guide clients to connect these systems to build your virtual base-case microgrid model. We will run a variety of simulation scenarios to select best-in-class options, identify and eliminate redundancies, and test system reliability and resiliency. We will also gain an understanding of the system’s dispatch capability, power flow, power quality, voltage stability, arc flash, and circuitry safety under various ordinary and extreme scenarios. By putting this virtual microgrid model through its paces, you gain insights that could save millions in avoided development and construction mistakes. We will guide clients to include and optimize world-class control solutions, 5G communications, and cyber security protocols and to design a world-class microgrid capable of connecting to other systems for a cluster of microgrids–a true distributed energy system.
Telecommunications is a complex industry that needs complex data solutions.
Some of the telecommunication industry’s most significant challenges in the new decade are managing growing cyber risk, justifying new investments to regulators, and preparing for or responding to natural disasters. Unplanned network downtime costs carriers $15 billion per year, and data integrity issues such as legacy databases and mismatched data formats, must be solved to minimize mean time to repair and outage costs.
On top of this, telecommunication providers must continue to meet increasing consumer demands as Internet service providers and long term evolution (LTE) networks become increasingly important in individuals’ lives.
Here are a few ways we can help you:
Make real-time decisions with access to all data in one location
Nanogrid design for resiliency