Radix is working with University of Massachusetts to generate power more efficiently to the entire campus
Radix is working with UMass to build the energy command center for the on-campus central heating plant (CHP) using the PI System as the infrastructure for this project.
The main goal for the project developed with the University of Massachusetts (UMass) was to create an Energy command center that facilitates remote operations monitoring and decision making.
UMass CHP provides up to 70% of the campus power requirements and all the steam for heating. With this project, the facility reduced the operation costs close to $1million dollars per year by making real-time decisions on major equipment alignment based on current energy market prices.
Radix presented the project during the last PI World Digital, promoted By OSIsoft in May.