Patrick Paschke H&R Ölwerke Schindler, Hamburg: “I am responsible for optimizing energy management in all sectors of the oil refinery, from the process technology up to the building. At the moment, we have a few new construction projects and retrofits in the queue, and it would be a natural fit to set up an intelligent energy data recording system at the start. We are already using WAGO's couplers, and I would like to learn about which other products would make sense in our plans.”
Volker Schaelicke, Schaelicke E-Service, Rellingen: “We primarily serve small and medium-sized companies in the electrical engineering, installation and IT industries. It is important for us to know what requirements our customers will face in the future in the area of energy data management so we can offer them customized solutions.”
Andreas Eyermann, SKM GmbH, Isernhagen: “I am active in the field of plant engineering and building technology. We are currently building a new facility that will be as energy-efficient as possible. We would like to use components from WAGO for the energy management system. WAGO also supports us in project planning.”
Manfred Meyer, Stadtwerke Rotenburg (Wümme), Rotenburg (Wümme): “As the head technician at the municipal swimming pool, energy efficiency is important. Potential savings are particularly interesting, as are new trends in the areas of measurement and control technology. We have already automated the lighting control in the entries to the swimming pool. In the future, I would like to automatically control the energy management for the entire building and pool.”
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Supported by the Arctic University of Norway in Narvik (UiT) and funded by the Norwegian government, the shipbuilders at Grovfjord Mekaniske Verksted (GMV) have developed an energy management system (EMS) for a zero-emission ship with an all-electric drive. This visionary project was realized with the help of WAGO, which contributed to the central automation.
The notion of the fisherman sailing off to the open seas is scarcely more than nostalgia. In the meantime, according to information from the wildlife and environmental protection organization, WWF, almost half of all fish consumed by humans comes from aquaculture, and the trend is increasing. Fish farmers do not rely on bait, but instead on digital data analysis in order to catch the fattest fish – and to keep their breeding stocks healthy and economically viable. WAGO technology is there to support them.
Embedded in a stunning, idyllic mountain setting, Lake Lucerne provides a traditional atmosphere with its fjord-like straights and winding inlets. Right in the middle of this beauty is a daily shipping route bearing tourists between Lucerne and other popular travel destinations, like Weggis and Bürgenstock. While it may sound less than idyllic, it actually boasts an intriguing eco-friendly twist. The MS Bürgenstock, the new motorized vessel belonging to the Lake Lucerne Navigation Company (SGV), sports a quiet and fuel-efficient hybrid drive. Aventics, a specialist of hybrid drive controls in ships headquartered in Laatzen, ensures optimum control between the electric motors and diesel engines. Several years ago, Aventics expanded their solutions by using the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750.
Providing, collecting, evaluating and using data: In addition to the PFC100 and PFC200 IoT Controllers, WAGO is expanding its digital performance portfolio with the new WAGO Cloud. This pioneering technology enables even the rather conservative shipping sector to function more efficiently.
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