Energy, Oil and Gas News
PRESS RELEASE ARCHIVES FROM SEND2PRESS® NEWSWIRE
NOTICE: THIS IS ARCHIVAL CONTENT AND LIKELY OUT OF DATE.
Edited for Send2Press by Carly Zander
Gas Technology Institute Selects Rymic's Wireless Internet Enabled Data Acquisition And Control Products
HUNTSVILLE, AL - March 23, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Gas Technology Institute (GTI), a leader in
energy and environmental research, has selected Rymic Systems' rymicNET family of Internet-enabled data
acquisition and control systems to collect field data for various aspects of research at locations
throughout the United States and Canada. rymicNET enables organizations to continuously monitor and
control remotely located devices and equipment anytime, anywhere-regardless of where the equipment or the
user is located.
rymicNET is a completely self-contained system that combines data acquisition and site computing in a
compact and ready-to-deploy unit. The rymicNET system continuously collects data from sensors, cameras,
and other devices, converts that data into useful information for the customer, and makes the information
available to users via the Internet. With on-board processing, rules engine, and scripting capability,
the rymicNET system performs actions such as output control, alarm notification and report generation
based on conditions, thresholds, and events.
GTI will use the rymicNET system to continuously monitor parameters such as gas flow, air temperature,
water flow, water temperature, humidity and electric power for furnaces, water heaters, and other
heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems. Information provided by the rymicNET system
includes flow rates, peaks, usage, demand, and profiling events such as water draw and space heating.
The rymicNET units will report the collected data to GTI's headquarters in Des Plaines, Illinois, where
it will be used for further analysis.
With rymicNET's wireless sensor support and cellular communications capability, GTI will be able to
install monitoring systems with minimal impact on its customers' facilities. Installing conduit for
wired sensors and tapping into the customers' networks or phone lines are no longer necessary with the
"The ability to receive real-time data from our test sites is very important to us," says Tim Cole, GTI's
Associate Director, Residential/Commercial Programs. "Now we'll be able to monitor the data
continuously, and also communicate directly with the data acquisition system and change parameters as
GTI is the leading research, development and training organization serving energy markets. GTI is
dedicated to meeting the nation's energy and environmental challenges by developing technology-based
solutions for consumers, industry, and government.
About Rymic Systems, Inc.
Rymic Systems, Inc. provides monitoring and control solutions for the management of critical assets and
equipment over wired and wireless networks. Rymic Systems' innovative solutions allow customers to
improve the uptime of critical revenue-generating assets, reduce the cost of managing, maintaining and
servicing those assets.
Rymic, rymicNET and the Rymic logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Rymic Systems, Inc. All
other trademarks or company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Source of News:
Rymic Systems, Inc.
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION(S) MENTIONED IN THE ABOVE BUSINESS NEWS ARTICLE, PLEASE CONTACT THE COMPANY DIRECTLY AND NOT THIS WEBSITE.
DISCLAIMER: the above business news article is believed accurate but not guaranteed, and is based on business news supplied by the company or organization mentioned and/or quoted in the story. The organization providing the news to Send2Press is solely responsible for its accuracy. Financial/Stock news may contain forward looking statements and public companies should be thoroughly researched before considering material investment. Neotrope/Send2Press makes no claims of accuracy or suitability for any purpose. Any opinions expressed by representatives of company(s) mentioned in news item are solely those of the person indicated, and do not reflect any opinion or policy of Neotrope/Send2Press. Your use of any information contained herein is done solely at your own risk, and you are fully responsible for using any information herein, or on sites mentioned or linked to in the article.
USE OF THE ABOVE NEWS ARTICLE
Article is Copr. © 2004 Neotrope/Send2Press. Reproduction of this news article in any form requires written authorization. You may freely link to this article. For more information on using this article in print or on your website, please visit: