Murata Energy Solutions Americas Integrates SkyFoundry Analytics Into Energy IoT Platform

Carrolton, TX – Murata Energy Solutions Americas, Inc. announces the integration of SkyFoundry’s SkySpark analytics package into Murata’s PowerConnect platform. The combination delivers cost-effective, seamless data collection with unsurpassed analytics functionality. This is a critical facet in the performance of automated load management and emergency power supply system (EPSS) monitoring and control.

The SkySpark analytics package identifies operational issues and opportunities for savings. Further, it presents graphical and tabular data analysis to inform operators of exceptions and anomalies, including the ability to compare information from different time periods, temperature ranges, and other environmental factors. With its recently released Tariff Engine, SkySpark allows various operating scenarios to be analyzed with costs automatically calculated based on actual energy contract rates. The built-in functions are easily configured by the end-user to deliver a highly proprietary analysis. Further, custom functions, views, and reports can be created using the compact Axon scripting language.

SkySpark is included as part of Murata’s Automated Load Management product and EPSS Premium product. SkySpark can also be added as a separate item to the EPSS basic solution. The combination allows a single user login and automatically updates information to create a cost-effective data collection and analytics-driven control solution.

The combination of PowerConnect and SkySpark will be on display in the MESA booth, #1306, at the NFMT show in Baltimore, March 22 – 24, 2016. More information can be found at


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