Monitoring, Alerting Remote Control

What tools could you use to manage better? 
MARC-II provides custom-made solutions, unique to each user, to help them reduce energy, track production, or monitor environment - whatever issues you face, MARC-II can deliver. 

Products from larger control companies often struggle to meet the unique needs of individual companies. A pre-packaged solution often comes with features you won't use, and lacks a few features you'd prefer.

We offer a home-grown Nova Scotian product which can bring your business into the modern age, tailor-made to give you exactly the information that you need to make smart management decisions, when you need it. A scalable solution to suit every budget.

Some of the possible solutions MARC-II offers:
-real-time monitoring of energy use across any number of areas or pieces of equipment
-remote control & scheduling of your existing HVAC or processing equipment via any web-enabled device
-programmable text messages or emails to alert you to any issues in performance or consumption
-additional parameters besides electricity (oil, temperature, CO2, production units, inventory)
-a visual reminder which encourages workers to play an active role in conserving energy
-an attractive and easy to use interface with intuitive graphics and analysis capability
-ability to generate reports and normalize energy use to account for confounding variables like temperature
-the option to expand your measurement and review into a true continuous improvement program.

Measure accurately. Manage Effectively.


The Future - Current Initiatives

AMG continues to investigate opportunities to apply our understanding of technology to the benefit of our clients. Specific areas of investigation are:

-Direct Load Control: How can we obtain maximum demand reductions with minimal impact on the customers of our utility clients?
-Energy requirements prediction, 24 hours: Using meteorological, schedule, demographic, historical usage and other available data, how can we guide purchasing decisions most precisely and productively? 
-Demand requirements, 15 minutes: Using all available data, how can we guide the application and removal of demand control most effectively
-Purchasing effectiveness: Looking backward, how can we determine the accuracy of purchasing decisions in terms of how close they come to the optimum? 
-Energy management: How can we use temperature, relative humidity, occupancy and air quality monitoring to optimize energy usage in residential, commercial, industrial and hospitality environments?