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Real-time Monitoring

Sophisticated, powerful and simple to deploy

  • Smart Metering solutions

    We supply and install comprehensive metering solutions to gather electricity, power quality, gases, water, compressed air, steam, air quality and temperature humidity. Furthermore we are able to build complex data connectors to collect production data and other relational data from BMS, SCADA, Historian, PI and other datasets to add further context to the utility data we collect.

    Guaranteed reliable systems that securely transfer your data to our Cloud Enterprise Data Lake (EDL) where it will be stored in perpetuity.

    You can access your data 24/7 and working collaboratively, we will fully unlock the value of all the data insights across your organisation leading to greater profit, better asset utilisation, less operational downtime and improved sustainability.

    EECA grants may be available to subsidise your energy monitoring costs.

  • ESP's AWS Data Lake

    A data lake is a centralized repository that allows you to store all your structured and unstructured data at any scale. You can store your data as-is, without having to first structure the data, and run different types of analytics—from dashboards and visualizations to big data processing, real-time analytics, and machine learning to guide better decisions.

    Why do you need a data lake?

    Organizations that successfully generate business value from their data, will outperform their peers. An Aberdeen survey saw organizations who implemented a Data Lake outperforming similar companies by 9% in organic revenue growth. These leaders were able to do new types of analytics like machine learning over new sources like log files, data from click-streams, social media, and internet connected devices stored in the data lake. This helped them to identify, and act upon opportunities for business growth faster by attracting and retaining customers, boosting productivity, proactively maintaining devices, and making informed decisions.

    https://aws.amazon.com/big-data/datalakes-and-analytics/what-is-a-data-lake/