Amitec's SolGuard™ - a ground-breaking approach for solar installations management

Amitec, a leading developing firm of renewable energy applications has announced the launching of a new revolutionary Expert System module for SolGuard™. This module will be presented in InterSolar North America 2011 (12-14 July)

SolGuard™ - is a ground-breaking approach for solar installations management.


SolGuard™ is an innovative, user-centered approach that utilizes an expert system which assts the user and guides him in real time during the process of identifying the optimal plan of action.



SolGuard™ features include:

Forcing the organization to use a structured action taking routines.

Using a full structured ground level documentation format for use by professionals throughout the organization.

Appling a structured, method-based management process which was developed by experts.



SolGuard™ is an expert System that features an easy to use and rapid decision making tool that increases the system's efficiency and minimizes errors and performance reductions.

SolGuard™ is the ultimate "all-in-one" platform for EPC, O&M and Owner.

SolGuard™ integrates all aspects pertained to solar sites: monitoring, performance improvements, security, safety and maintenance management.



SolGuard™:

Improves profitability by up to 30%.

Reduces downtime & maintenance costs.

Interfaces to inverters and other devices & 3rd party subsystems.

Controls all solar sites installations: from residential facilities and up to large plants.







Hanita Segev

Manager

AMITEC LTD.

Tel: 972-3-9613729

Fax: 972-3-9516801

Mobile:972-547-962253

E-mail: hanita@amitec-g.com

Website: www.amitec-g.com



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