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Green Koncepts Releases Cloud Platform for Big Data Analytics

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gkby Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Green Koncepts, a leading Cloud IoT platform and solutions provider for smart energy management, today announced a new release of the KEMTM Platform. This version includes the launch of the EnergetixTM Apps Store that lists and includes pre-integrated Big Data tools and applications that connect to customers’ real-time data over the cloud. This provides customers with a choice of powerful applications that perform Predictive Maintenance, Anomaly Detection, Data Visualisation and Chiller Plant Optimisation – to drive cost savings, operational efficiency and productivity for their building operations.”

Kenneth Lee, Founder & CEO of Green Koncepts, commented, “We are bringing to market an exciting platform that helps building owners and operators overcome data siloes by making it simple for them to securely and easily connect to data from any sensor, device, and building system. We make data acquisition simple and cost effective by reducing the complexities for them. Our partners and customers can then develop apps and publish this on the Energetix Apps Store, sharing it with other customers and partners. This drives co-innovation. We simply connect your data to the apps that you subscribed to.”

The release continues, “The KEM Platform helps aggregate data across all sensors, devices, meters, controllers and building management systems, pushing this data to the Energetix Data Lake, running in the Cloud. Open APIs are available for developers, research institutions and data scientists to access this data in real-time to create applications that can be listed and made available on the Energetix Apps Store.”

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Photo credit: Green Koncepts

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