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It is likely that everything in the universe fluctuates. Up and down, forward and back. This also applies to the pace of manufacturing of industrial products, the production rate. In all processes. At times, the process comes to a standstill, then it is re-started and accelerated, reaching top speed, then overspeed. The process is slowed down, fast and slow speed changes are made, it runs at a crawl and stops. The process is then started again and accelerated. Why?
At power plants, the process data generated by control automation is widely collected and stored, but is the collected data utilised to its full extent?
Syncron Tech partnership with Tieto on Energy Management solutions and expand with SyncPower® EMS Tieto's TIPS portfolio for the Pulp, Paper and Flat sheet industry. SyncPower® EMS is a software module for forecasting and optimising mills’ energy consumption with far greater accuracy than before and providing better capabilities to participate in energy markets. In addition, it solves many other practical questions around energy management planning and internal processes, such as invoicing. The integration of SyncPower EMS with TIPS will also benefit customers through its fast payback time. Tieto is a global leader in Pulp and Paper industry MES software. Tieto’s TIPS solution is optimized for the pulp, paper, board, tissue and flat sheet industries utilizing the industry-proven best functions for both MES (Manufacturing Execution System) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). “We are pleased to deepen our partnership with Tieto to provide improved, more comprehensive solutions for the industry and innovate new services and solutions around energy management and optimisation”, says Jussi Eskelinen, CEO, Syncron Tech Oy.
TuuliWatti Oy is building the largest electrical battery in in the nordic countries in Ii Viinamäki wind park. Without any subsidization built Viinamäki wind park and very large size battery are scheduled to be ready in autumn 2019.
Surely, it would be easier to run the paper and pulp mills, which are so important to Finland, if all those involved in the work had a common picture of the current situation of the mill. Most of the time, however, there is no such common picture. Yet, we have the technology for it.