Monitoring von dezentraler Energieversorgung

Battery monitoring for operators of critical infrastructures (KRITIS)

WLAN battery management with automatic limit value warning for the
critical infrastructure (KRITIS) as well as operators of ski and lift facilities / mountain huts / mountain stations in the Alpine region

Battery remote monitoring & battery management with WiFi

dezentrale Energieversorgung im Alpenraum mit Windkraftanlagen und Photovoltaik

What are Critical Infrastructures?

Organizations and institutions that fall under critical infrastructure (KRITIS) are characterized by their essential importance for the state community. If these are impaired or taken out of operation, sustained supply shortages, significant disruptions to public safety or other serious consequences could result.

Critical infrastructure sectors:

  1. energy
  2. Information technology and telecommunications
  3. Transport and traffic
  4. Health
  5. Media and culture
  6. Water
  7. Nutrition
  8. Finance and insurance
  9. Municipal waste disposal
  10. State and administration

All organizations from these sectors are considered critical infrastructures (KRITIS), regardless of their size.

What are Critical Infrastructures?

Organizations and institutions that fall under critical infrastructure (KRITIS) are characterized by their essential importance for the state community. If these are impaired or taken out of operation, sustained supply shortages, significant disruptions to public safety or other serious consequences could result.

Critical infrastructure sectors:

  1. energy
  2. Information technology and telecommunications
  3. Transport and traffic
  4. Health
  5. Media and culture
  6. Water
  7. Nutrition
  8. Finance and insurance
  9. Municipal waste disposal
  10. State and administration

All organizations from these sectors are considered critical infrastructures (KRITIS), regardless of their size.

dezentrale Energieversorgung im Alpenraum mit Windkraftanlagen und Photovoltaik
Ferienhaus im Alpenraum mit autarker Energieversorgung

HOOTS remote battery management with WLAN battery monitoring

Remote battery management with WiFi battery monitoring is an advanced system designed to monitor and manage battery systems via a WiFi connection. This system is particularly useful for remote locations or critical applications where constant and reliable battery monitoring is required. Here are the main components and workings of such a system:

Main components

  1. Battery management system (BMS) : A central BMS that monitors the health and status of each battery, including voltage, current, state of charge (SoC), state of health (SoH), and temperature.
  2. Wi-Fi module : A module that connects the BMS to a Wi-Fi network allows the battery data to be transmitted remotely.
  3. Sensors and Meters : These are used to collect accurate data from the batteries and relay it to the BMS.
  4. Remote monitoring platform : A software platform (often cloud-based) that allows data to be visualized, analyzed, and managed. It allows users to remotely access real-time battery data.
  5. Alarm and notification system : The system can be configured to automatically trigger alerts and notifications in the event of critical battery conditions.

functionality

  • Data monitoring : The BMS continuously collects data from the batteries and transmits this data to the remote monitoring platform via the WiFi module.
  • Remote access : Users can access the monitoring platform via the Internet to check the health of the batteries and perform analysis.
  • Alerts and notifications : When a potential problem or deviations from normal operating parameters are detected, the system automatically sends alerts.
  • Preventive maintenance : By analyzing battery data, preventative maintenance actions can be planned to avoid failures.

Areas of application

  • Mountain huts : Ensuring a reliable energy supply in remote locations.
  • Critical infrastructure : Monitoring backup power for critical facilities such as hospitals, data centers or communications networks.
  • Industrial facilities : Monitoring battery systems essential to the operation of machinery and equipment.
  • Renewable energy systems : Monitoring battery storage in solar or wind turbines.

This system enables more efficient, reliable and safer management of battery systems, especially in critical or difficult to access environments.

HOOTS remote battery management with WLAN battery monitoring

Remote battery management with WiFi battery monitoring is an advanced system designed to monitor and manage battery systems via a WiFi connection. This system is particularly useful for remote locations or critical applications where constant and reliable battery monitoring is required. Here are the main components and workings of such a system:

Main components

  1. Battery management system (BMS) : A central BMS that monitors the health and status of each battery, including voltage, current, state of charge (SoC), state of health (SoH), and temperature.
  2. Wi-Fi module : A module that connects the BMS to a Wi-Fi network allows the battery data to be transmitted remotely.
  3. Sensors and Meters : These are used to collect accurate data from the batteries and relay it to the BMS.
  4. Remote monitoring platform : A software platform (often cloud-based) that allows data to be visualized, analyzed, and managed. It allows users to remotely access real-time battery data.
  5. Alarm and notification system : The system can be configured to automatically trigger alerts and notifications in the event of critical battery conditions.

functionality

  • Data monitoring : The BMS continuously collects data from the batteries and transmits this data to the remote monitoring platform via the WiFi module.
  • Remote access : Users can access the monitoring platform via the Internet to check the health of the batteries and perform analysis.
  • Alerts and notifications : When a potential problem or deviations from normal operating parameters are detected, the system automatically sends alerts.
  • Preventive maintenance : By analyzing battery data, preventative maintenance actions can be planned to avoid failures.

Areas of application

  • Mountain huts : Ensuring a reliable energy supply in remote locations.
  • Critical infrastructure : Monitoring backup power for critical facilities such as hospitals, data centers or communications networks.
  • Industrial facilities : Monitoring battery systems essential to the operation of machinery and equipment.
  • Renewable energy systems : Monitoring battery storage in solar or wind turbines.

This system enables more efficient, reliable and safer management of battery systems, especially in critical or difficult to access environments.

Ferienhaus im Alpenraum mit autarker Energieversorgung