Italian components manufacturer Carel has launched RED optimise, a web portal for centralized management of multiple sites, bringing together and processing data from all systems in retail, industrial, logistics and commercial applications.
The system is designed to provide “valuable information through intuitive dashboards, advanced algorithms and clear messages, as well as suggestions on possible optimisations,” said Carel in a statement.
The system allows data to be acquired from different installed technologies, regardless of manufacturer, including lighting, air conditioning and heating systems, refrigeration circuits, compressor racks, electrical panels and energy meters.
RED Optimise, said Carel, enables end users to “identify possible problems or declines in performance and then promptly restore optimal conditions.”
This will result in “optimised energy consumption, lower maintenance costs, improved product storage quality and indoor comfort,” the company said.
In the last five years, digital Internet of Things (IoT) solutions have allowed food retailers to save $37 million, reducing waste due to incorrect preservation by 40% and avoiding over 2 million metric tons of CO2 emissions, said Carel.
RED Optimise is designed to protect information through data encryption, the use of protocols that comply with security standards and periodical audits conducted by Carel and its partners, said Carel.
“With RED optimise, Carel supports its customers in optimizing all system management processes and achieving their sustainability targets,” said Gabriele Putzolu, IoT Service Business Development Manager for Carel.
Carel, which offers multiple CO2 products, recently published a white paper on natural refrigerants, and how to achieve the most efficient systems that can optimize energy savings and reduce indirect CO2 emissions.
“Carel supports its customers in optimizing all system management processes and achieving their sustainability targets.”Gabriele Putzolu, Carel