Ingersoll-Rand to use GE Proficy in Tracer XT facility software | Automation.com

Ingersoll-Rand to use GE Proficy in Tracer XT facility software

December 12, 2011 -- Tracer XT from Trane, a brand of Ingersoll-Rand, combines Trane Tracer building automation systems and GE’s Proficy software.

Tracer XT offers a platform specifically designed to integrate, manage and optimize critical facility systems. Tracer XT is based on Proficy, GE’s software platform,  to provide a powerful approach to integrating data from a variety of systems for HVAC, power, lighting, safety and more into a common interface to manage energy use and cooling requirements to optimize operational and environmental performance.

The Proficy Software platform is ecomagination-qualified for improving overall process efficiency, reducing waste and defects, and reducing energy usage. GE and Trane are working together to bring customers a breadth of solutions to meet the sustainability needs of today’s business.

Ecomagination is GE’s business strategy to help customers meet their environmental and operational challenges. It is based on GE’s belief that solving environmental problems is good business around the world. It represents a pledge by the company to continually improve operations and invest in research and development that will produce more innovative ecomagination products. Through ecomagination, GE is driving a global energy transformation with a focus on innovation and R&D investment to accelerate the development and deployment of clean energy technology.

About Ingersoll-Rand
Ingersoll Rand is a world leader in creating and sustaining safe, comfortable and efficient environments in commercial, residential and industrial markets.

About GE
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