Monday, April 2, 2012

GreenVolts announces ISIS mobile for solar energy management

FREMONT, USA: GreenVolts Inc., provider of the industry’s first and only complete and fully integrated solar system, announced the availability of its solar energy management software for iPad and iPhone mobile devices. The new ISIS Mobile is a natural extension of the company’s Internet-based ISIS energy management software and enables unprecedented management capabilities for GreenVolts solar systems ranging from smaller, distributed installations to large, centralized, utility scale solar plants.

“ISIS is powerful because of its deep integration with every component in the system, and ISIS Mobile is about providing operators with instant access to that information wherever they are—in the field, in the office, or on the road,” said David Gudmundson, president and CEO of GreenVolts. “ISIS Mobile sets a higher bar for how solar power plants will be managed in the future.”

ISIS is the first true solar information network, where every module, motor, tracker, and inverter is part of a comprehensive network architecture that includes GPS and Wi-Fi. As a secure, cloud-based application, ISIS eliminates the need for users to maintain servers, back-up, disaster recovery, or software updates. Scalability is virtually infinite, software and data maintenance reduced to zero, and access is ubiquitous for the users.

With ISIS Mobile, automated alerts, monitoring, diagnostics and control are now available on small, light, easy-to-use, and inexpensive mobile devices. Managers and operators that are on the go have quicker response time and greater productivity than ever before.

“ISIS is head and shoulders above the other solar energy monitoring software packages available today,” said Rusty Wood, VP, West Hills Construction. “What ISIS offers, that the others do not, is a level of granularity that allows us to understand exactly what is happening in the system so that we can get to that next level of optimization and efficiency.”

“The best thing about ISIS is that you can easily track power generation and get a real-time look at how the system is performing,” said Cliff Noorlander, CFO at Beneficial Insectary. “It has exceeded my expectations both in its capabilities and ease of use. Making this available on a mobile device is a great idea that will make it even more valuable.”

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