The EnergyVIEW software application will use blockchain managed energy data at the wastewater facility
CHICAGO, July 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ), a leading provider of blockchain cryptocurrency mobile apps and cloud-based business software solutions, announced today that the company’s EnergyVIEW Wastewater Treatment Facility Software is being upgraded with blockchain technology. EnergyVIEW is an important automation component of Integrated Plant Management and Control systems.
Managing operations, laboratory, maintenance and regulatory data at Wisconsin Wastewater Treatment Facility originally involved repetitive and time consuming manual data entry. Many Wisconsin facilities were already using the IPMC MaintenanceVIEW and ReportVIEW solutions when a plant energy management project was proposed. The EnergyVIEW software application will use blockchain managed energy data at the wastewater facility. Blockchain uses a distributed ledger that demands accountability and accuracy, which prevents data tampering. The company is in the development process of upgrading EnergyVIEW. The customers will receive the upgrade as part of their annual subscription and support agreements.
The energy efficiency improvements recently completed at the facility included the addition of instrumentation, high efficiency motors, variable frequency drives and EnergyVIEW energy management software. The software is configured with metering at each motor control center in the facility. Real-time and historical data is displayed and collected that will be submitted to a distributed ledger. EnergyVIEW provides smart energy metering and power measurement to accurately measure, store, and analyze energy data. Additional manual data on other energy sources is part of the same energy management application. The combination of metering hardware and software provides an end-to-end solution from real-time measurement to audits of the utility bills. The EnergyVIEW application improves the speed and quality of energy measurement information, so that the facility staff will be able to make better management decisions, conserve energy and reduce operating costs.
The EnergyVIEW program continuously collects data for processes, maintenance and energy data and stores it in central SQL databases. The system provides an engineering database with minimum, maximum, average and total statistical data, plus operational data for reporting. Administrative access provides the ability to create energy billing audit reports. The maintenance staff can use the system data for predictive maintenance reports and forensic analysis. Blockchain protects data input and output.
IPMC and EnergyVIEW are important tools to help facility staff verify and document the efficient operation of the Wastewater Facilities.
“There are hundreds of applications in which Blockchain can enhance our current cloud business solutions, as we upgrade our software programs we are creating new technologies,” said Shaun Passley, PhD, CEO of Epazz, Inc.
About Epazz, Inc. (www.epazz.com)
Epazz, Inc. specializes in enterprise cryptocurrency blockchain mobile apps and cloud business process software with over 500 repeat customers. New Bitcoin Mobile app is a financial technology company that offers a unique Bitcoin payment mobile app software, allowing consumers to acquire Bitcoin at the point of sale. The consumer can then use the cryptocurrency or digital currency to make a purchase at the store with ease. Epazz technology makes it easy to convert legacy systems into cloud business process software, for which the company then charges an annual subscription fee. Epazz has acquired eleven software companies that have converted or are in the process of converting their legacy software products to cloud software using Epazz’s technology. Epazz then markets the new cloud-based solutions to new and existing customers.
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