Schneider displays range across value chain

01 November 2017

Schneider Electric, a global player in energy management and automation sector, showcased its comprehensive portfolio of state-of-the-art technologies at the recently held Wetex 2017 expo in Dubai, UAE.

Innovative solutions for every level of the value chain – from IoT products and local control to software suites and digital services were on display, said a statement from the company.

A major highlight at Schneider Electric’s stand this year was the recently-launched EcoStruxure Industrial Software Platform – an integrated, modular software suite that delivers rich functionality to address operational and business imperatives of the industrial and infrastructure markets.

The platform can be deployed in a scaled fashion, enabling companies to protect their investments in systems while expanding their technology.

Visitors could also catch a glimpse of the IoT-enabled EcoStruxure Water and Wastewater Solutions that boost operational efficiency by up to 25 per cent while enhancing the overall safety and sustainability of water systems.

Also on display was the EcoStruxure Grid architecture covering a wide range of digital applications and analytics, edge control, and connected products.

Speaking on the event, Hanan Darwish, the president (Gulf Countries and Pakistan) at Schneider Electric, said: “In today’s rapidly evolving energy landscape, operational excellence and sustainable growth are among the key priorities for us. As a leading solutions provider for the utilities sector, we are pleased to participate in Wetex 2017.”

Through the participation at Wetex 2017, Schneider Electric aimed to demonstrate its ability to enhance business performance, energy efficiency, connectivity and safety across the utilities sector.

“With the UAE government investing significantly in upgrading its energy facilities, the event serves as the definitive platform for Schneider Electric to highlight its advanced technologies that improve efficiency and productivity,” noted Darwish.

“Furthermore, the exhibition offers a wealth of networking opportunities that promote the exchange of ideas related to the region’s current focus – maximising energy outcomes.” she added.

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