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Energy

Intel® Technology Solutions for Energy

Transforming today's energy landscape.

As disruptive forces reshape the energy industry, utilities are under enormous pressure to grow more efficient and implement new revenue-producing capabilities. Many are leveraging the latest Intel® technology advances to improve the productivity, safety and security of plant operations as well as utility service crews in the field for a smarter approach to energy service delivery.

Learn more about Intel® Technology Solutions for Energy. Contact your Zones account executive or call 800.408.9663 today.

Rugged tablets for better, more efficient workflows

Utilities are under constant pressure to cut costs and modernize workflows, all while maintaining efficient, high-quality service. The solution: by equipping service crews with secure, ruggedized tablets powered by Intel® processors, utilities can help improve the efficiency of maintenance workflows. Tablets provide a robust, reliable interface for end-to-end workflow applications, even under adverse field conditions, reducing time spent on "paperwork" and increasing billable "wrench time" for service calls.

Street lights made smarter with Intel® processors

Street lighting can account for nearly 40 percent of a city's total energy costs, so it makes good sense to transition to energy-efficient LEDs – but that's just the beginning. Smart lighting can be connected to Intel® Quark processors for environmental monitoring; to Intel® Atom processors for hi-res cameras; and to Intel® Core processors for high-end Internet-connected cameras for 4K video, wi-fi hotspots, digital signage applications and more.

Energy-efficient buildings powered by the Intel IoT

In commercial buildings, retail centers, school campuses, and other facilities, controlling operational expenses is a constant challenge. Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) powered by Intel® technology enables managers to collect, analyze, and control data from a multitude of systems, including HVAC, power, and lighting. Using the Intel IoT platform and enhanced analytics, they can keep systems functional and cost-effective. The result: reduced energy consumption, greater operational performance, remote systems monitoring and control, and lower maintenance costs.