Industrial production and processing sites often lack energy consumption data, which means they also lack actionable data insights needed to realise energy savings. Industrial companies see data collection as an expensive investment with uncertain returns, leading them to neglect a major cost reduction opportunity. Meanwhile, society loses out on a major opportunity to save energy.
The AVES project will develop a standardised offering consisting of an aftermarket sensor kit and software that will provide businesses with actionable insights on changes they can make to their machinery operations in order to save energy. Additionally, the system will facilitate predictive maintenance to avoid problems with machinery that can result in energy losses.
A complete set-up comprising an instrument panel and sensors for industrial production line monitoring, designed to achieve energy savings via planned maintenance and production control.
This project is financed by Energy Cluster Denmark’s Energy Technology Innovation (ETI) support programme. It offers three years of support to allow small- and medium-sized businesses to collaboratively develop innovative electronic products focused on energy optimisation. The ETI project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.
PHASE 1: Conceptualisation
PHASE 2: Development and testing
PHASE 3: Demonstration and validation
PHASE 4: Commercialisation