The Weidmüller Group will showcase products from its subsidiary, GTI Software, at Hannover Messe taking place 20-24 April.
Following the Climate Change Conference in Madrid, the German government has decided to significantly increase the price of CO2 to motivate businesses to invest in climate-neutral technology.
Achim Schreck, managing director of Weidmüller GTI Software, says this will significantly increase the demand for energy management systems as means to reduce consumption and CO2 emissions. For this reason, the company will showcase its software and systems at Hannover Messe in April.
One of the products on display will be GTI Software’s product, ResMa, which is a web-based system used for the acquisition and evaluation of measured values from different measurement and control systems across various locations. The software offers a complete overview of individual process steps and facilitates a precise analysis of all operations. Additionally, ResMa supports the certification process according to ISO 50001.
The graphical representation of individual consumption readings provides the starting point for potential savings and these are documented and collated with reference to a PDCA cycle. Interactively adaptable charts allow the ideal visualisation of correlations in every given situation.