Energy Management System

EMS is dedicated software packed for the monitoring and management of electrical, water, gas and thermal energy metering systems.

Energy Management Systems are intelligent systems designed to monitor & control the energy consumption of homes (Home Energy Management System - HEMS), buildings/offices (Building Energy Management System - BEMS), or estates/campuses.

Imagine an intelligent home, office, or building realized by the visualization of energy consumption, the optimization of energy supply and demand using an intelligent power conditioner, the intelligent control of devices through the deployment of smart plugs and other smart appliances, and last but not least, the collection of data for future trending and analysis

*In Hotels/Hospitality industry/IT / ITES industry, Cement, Pharmaceutical industry the main energy consuming systems are:

Lighting Refrigeration
Cooling Cooking
Ventilation Miscellaneous

Energy cost is the second highest cost for the hospitality industry. Most of this cost is wasted keeping guestroom A/C at full speed, even though the guests are not in the room for most of the day. Without a doubt, the hotel’s energy consumption will be affected by occupancy rate.


  Reduced energy cost

  More reliable power supply

  Improved power supplies quality

  Insights on correlation between occupancy & energy consumption

Over All Advantages

  Log actual energy data and historical trends, energy usage.

  Accurate energy monitoring, real-time energy consumption

  Better information to make decisions that can help optimize energy performance

  Comparison of energy usage across similar facilities over time

  Ability to identify and eliminate loss of energy

  Enhanced efficiency of electric utility service

  Improving the environmental conditions

Energy Management and Reduce Operational Costs

  Optimal start and stop of plant

  Building warm up and cool down cycles

  Night purge

  Automatic Seasonal plant sequence selection

  Seasonal temperature setting adjustments

  Load based control strategies

  Economy cycle control including CO2

  Equipment runtime monitoring and duty cycling

  Occupancy control and control setback