e-Magic enables cloud-based energy metering at University of Colorado

  • April 27, 2020
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e-Magic enables cloud-based energy metering at University of Colorado
e-Magic enables cloud-based energy metering at University of Colorado
The University of Colorado (CU) will be using e-Magic TwinWorX software on Microsoft Azure IoT to implement a scalable cloud-based solution to manage real-time energy usage data. The project will integrate utility energy meters into the CU Boulder newly established Microsoft Azure platform. Further, e-Magic will integrate real-time metering data into the Azure platform, as well as produce reports and dashboards. The dashboards will give central control room personnel a campus-wide overview map of each building’s energy, chilled water, and steam use to easily monitor demand.
Bryan Birosak, director of utility and energy services at CU, said e-Magic has helped the department “navigate through the age of big data management and process control system implementations.  e-Magic’s excellent team and great leadership has been tremendous in supporting the CU Boulder objective to provide excellent utility services.”

E-Magic provided consulting and technical expertise designed to increase security, resiliency, and user access, and to provide an improved user experience across all the CU campuses. That has resulted in “incredibly beneficial financial and operational outcomes for the university,” said Birosak.
e-Magic Inc. specializes in large-scale industrial IoT systems and has pioneered solutions using artificial intelligence technologies to monitor, visualize, control, and optimize industrial plants and facilities. Its solutions integrate all facility telemetry into a Digital Twin that is used to monitor, control and simplify operations.
Tony Harris, president and CEO of e-Magic, said the company’s goal was “provide the best-in-class products and service to the University of Colorado, as well as be a true partner by researching and providing insights into the latest technologies that could positively impact the CU landscape of the future.”  Use of the TwinWorX software will provide critical data to CU that will help with development plans across their campuses, he added.

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