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            The system enables the monitoring of any energy media, including:
               Natural gas / coke gas;
               High and low pressure compressed air, vacuum;
               Industrial gases – hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, argon, etc.;
               Greywater, industrial water and waste water;
               Ventilation, air conditioning and ice water systems.

            The basic function of Asix Energy is reading current and archive data from measuring devices, their archiving and vi-
            sualisation. The data is clearly presented on synoptic screens, or on operator and managerial terminals. A wide range
            of graphical elements is available, such as numbers, bars, and rotation indicators, allowing you to choose the presen-
            tation method to suit the type of information and viewer. With the support of GIS mapping technologies, it is possible
            to clearly present the metering data of extensive power systems or plants against the background of map diagrams
            with all their benefits (zoom in and out, varying level of data detail depending on the map scale, etc.).

            Historical data is presented in the form of intuitively operated trends and reports created based on MS Reporting
            Services or MS Excel. The extensive alarm system notifies of any events or exceedance of the set parameters. Notifica-
            tions may not only be displayed on the computer screen, but also sent by e-mail or text message.

            Asix Energy software enables the recipient to:
               Monitor energy consumption by machines, process lines, departments, the entire plant or any group thereof in
            terms of energy efficiency with online calculation of EnPI indicators;
               Create “virtual” energy meters, i.e. values calculated based on mathematical formulas, e.g. aggregation, averaging
            of physical meter readings or calculating their difference.
               Monitor the assumed targets with notifications of any exceedance submitted through established communication
            channels (text message, e-mail);
               Create reports for both technical staff (charts, tables, histograms) and the management (management cockpits);
               Select the best tariff (or price list) – based on the analysis of energy consumption costs in the Industrial Plant or the
            entire Group;
               Select the most favourable contracted capacity, also based on an analysis of the cost of overruns;
               Monitor the use of contracted capacity (electricity, gas) to avoid unnecessary exceedance and the resulting penal-
            ties for excessive energy consumption (power guard module). This can be done by notifying operators in advance of
            the expected exceedance of contracted capacity and leaving them with the decision on what steps should be taken
            or by automatically performing predefined actions (e.g. switching off specific, less important receivers, temporary
            reduction of operating parameters of equipment, blocking activation of drives, etc.);
               Analyse the reactive power compensation in the plant, which will also help avoid heavy penalties;
               Analyse the distribution of costs of consumed energy to departments and process lines;
               Reorganise process operations by shifting the load to lower energy cost area with the avoidance of unnecessary
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