Attending Campus Energy 2020?
Come visit us at booth #76 at the conference in Denver, Colorado for Campus Energy 2020 put on by the International District Energy Association (IDEA). Learn how universities like the University of Texas-Austin and the University of Kentucky use our data historian and advanced pattern recognition solutions. With our help, these universities improve operations and reduce unexpected equipment failure, unplanned maintenance, and outage time.
CampusEnergy2020 brings together people in the district energy space to discuss best practices and lessons learned. If you are a district energy organization or help these organizations move towards achieving operational excellence, stop by our booth. Because we’d like to learn more.
Last year, we presented with The University of Texas-Austin during the Innovative Maintenance Strategies. Our session was called “Using an Intelligent Predictive Maintenance Tool for Detecting & Predicting Equipment Failures at the University of Texas Austin.” UT-Austin uses HanAra’s predictive maintenance solution HanPHI to turn its data into actionable intelligence. In 2018, UT-Austin expanded its predictive maintenance solution from its CHP into its chilling stations. Their goal was to receive early warnings of potential and hidden failures throughout the complex. And by comparing real-time to expected values created by HanPHI’s models, UT-Austin views the health status of its plant, system, and equipment. As a result, UT-Austin experiences reduced unexpected equipment failure, unplanned maintenance, and outage time.
For more information about our products, check out our HanPrism and HanPHI pages. Also, for more information about the conference, check out the conference website. Finally, if you’re unable to attend this year’s conference, visit the IDEA website for future conference details.