congiv EMS

Your Expert for EMS

Andreas Vollmer

Manager
Mobil
+49 170 3838422
Email
andreas.vollmer@congiv.de



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congiv projects

congiv Energy Management System (EMS)

The Energy Management System (EMS) ensures a reliable detection, consolidation, visualization and evaluation of all energy related data from your data centers.


The system provides clear monitoring, systematic analysis and business intelligence for the user. Therefore, all relevant energy values ​​and KPIs are recorded regardless of the manufacturer, both at the micro and macro level.


The determined values ​​are captured within a few seconds and can almost be displayed in real time. All this is possible by comfortable and intuitive user interfaces on conventional web browsers and devices.


Our Showcases

Data center monitoring application


Energy consumption at macro and micro level, temperature and humidity, heatmaps and alerts.

Data center monitoring application

Data center monitoring application


Refrigeration plant, energy flow, heat quantity and temperatures.

Data center monitoring application

Data center monitoring application


Macro-level energy consumption, temperature and humidity, heatmaps, alerts, KPIs


More: https://emsweb.congiv.de/

congiv and IoT

Traditionally connected sensors and devices in a wide variety of industrial sectors cause a great deal of expenditure during integration and evaluation. As the number of connected objects increases exponentially, so does the variation in their communication methods, configuration parameters, and security implementations. This also increases the incompatibility between the different objects. For a genuinely networked world, it's important to break down the barriers that inhibit unrestricted interoperability.

The idea behind the Internet of Things is to create a fully networked and connected world in which all participants communicate and interoperate with each other regardless of the manufacturer, specific device features or functionalities. This allows an exchange of information between the objects in the ecosystem. It describes the influence of one's own object, as well as the state of other objects and their behavior, based on a certain set of criteria and configuration parameters. The goal therefore is, that a lot of real things make their own status information available for further processing in the network. Such status information may be about the current usage, demand, as well as about particular environmental conditions at the participant's location.

The goal of the Internet of Things and Distributed Services Architecture is to combine the different devices, services and applications in a structured and adaptable real-time data model. It is necessary to develop a manufacturing and solution providers community to contribute to a constantly growing library of distributed service links and to enable protocol conversion and data integration from and to 3rd party data sources.

The components of the congiv system

  • DATA ACQUISITION
    Query and storage of data in a central location - Data Repository.
  • DATA PERSISTENCE
    Import the data into a relational database management system (RDBMS).
  • EVALUATION AND KPIs
    Consolidation and evaluation of the data. Calculation of the KPIs.
  • BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE REPORTING (BIRT)
    Presentation of data and analytical reporting.
  • OPERATION AND MONITORING
    Applications for operation and monitoring of the systems.
  • INTERNET OF THINGS AND VISUALIZATION
    Virtual Data Center: visualization, monitoring, analytics and analytic dashboards.