AVReporter is an energy management software, designed to help monitoring, analyzing your consumption data, forecast your resource useage, calculate cost allocation prices. All these features are accesible inside a single software-pack, that both consists of desktop and web-interface. AVReporter might be defined as energy management software, however it’s capabilites offer the users to measure not only electrical, but also gas, water, sewage, CO2 consumption and other outlets. The powerful interface is even able to display different consumption types together, on a common graph. Let’s say the user wants to monitor, how increasing electric demands have affect on their CO2 emission. AVReporter simplifies this process just to a few clicks, where the user selects the desired quantities, and a few moments later the graphs are displayed.
Creating energy efficency-reports is a breeze with our software:
Line charts and summary tables visualize the real and reactive power ratios:
Daily summarized gas consumption values are shown in the next example, comparing 2 devices.
Users are also able to monitor sewage outlets in per-hour basis. Trend lines help forecast the expected values:
Conclusion: regardless of the consumption type, AVReporter is able to display large variability of data, and help engineers, managers and employees understand how their facilities work by analyzing the graphs, and use this knowledge to aid their future decisions.
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