1) Project background
The project is part of the IMS Center and the Japanese company Omron, is committed to the development of existing systems for value-added cooperation. The project has established an Precision Energy Management System (PEMS) that reduces energy consumption by applying IMS tools and technologies to Omron products, production lines, and commercial operations.
2) Project cycle
April 2008 – April 2011
3) Project objectives
The vision of the project involves three main aspects of the basic structure of Omron:
Product: PEMS system can define, measure, analyze and predict the energy consumption of each product in the production process, such as switches or sensors, each product after leaving the production line will have a production that can consume energy “energy label”. This energy tag will also be part of the “energy-efficient label” program of the Omron energy-saving product concept.
Production process: PEMS system must be able to use the developed energy measures and parameters for the refinement of the operation of the numerical analysis. In other words, the system integrates the equipment level and the production process level of recession. The maintenance of the shop and the energy generated by the machine and the production process are the core of the PEMS program and are a big gap in today’s industrial operations.
Production Planning: The PEMS system will drive Omron to incorporate energy analysis into its cost-effective delivery (QCD) to achieve IT-centric strategic growth, enabling an effective QCDE energy-efficient IT infrastructure.
4) Technical summary
The technical scheme is shown below: