AI at the service of sustainable transition

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How can Artificial Intelligence support sustainability practices? The answer is the Nebes project, developed by New Omap and promoted by Smact Competence Center through the Iriss public call, which aims to provide a response and a solution thanks to intelligent software that monitors the energy impact of industrial machinery. 

In fact, the goal of the project’s development over the next 18 months is to offer solutions in two specific areas: cybersecurity and sustainability, making it possible to increase energy efficiency in enterprises. The technology behind the project integrates various AI algorithms into a single application, New OmApp, which controls all the operating parameters of the machines through a cloud system called Nebula, optimising energy consumption.

More specifically, New OmAPP is a mobile application that enables the user to retrieve information on New Omap products, receive customised notifications and interact remotely with the Nebula cloud system. In addition, thanks to this app, the user can receive support for auxiliary systems quickly and efficiently at any time. The app enables access, directly and without credentials, to the New Omap website and browsing by product sector, by product category or by system application.

By entering the Business reserved area with the credentials provided by New Omap, the user can also download the documentation on his systems, use the dashboard to receive information on promotions and access the Nebula cloud system, which was created to remotely directly control and manage New Omap machines from a smartphone. Through the app it is possible to view the machines connected and check their operating status, access their control panel and control the main functions as well as view the list of parameters in order to control their performance.