A standardized and high frequent collection of energy data is a powerful tool to enhance industrial energy efficiency and has also proved to be most valuable in condition and process monitoring tasks in recent researches. For these monitoring and controlling functions in production sites a common software framework is essential. In this paper the development of such a software framework is presented. Further on two new approaches utilizing this software framework are introduced: Firstly the recognition and automatic reduction of power peaks between connected machine tools. Secondly the usage of energy data of machine tools for quality monitoring purposes.
Bauerdick, Christoph; Helfert, Mark; Menz, Benjamin; Abele, Eberhard: A Common Software Framework for Energy Data Based Monitoring and Controlling for Machine Power Peak Reduction and Workpiece Quality Improvements.