Kelvin looks for and fixes problems leading to sub-carbon emissions says Peter Harding

Peter Harding, Founder and CEO, Kelvin explains to Arun Shankar, Editor GEC Media Group, that Kelvin is a collaborative, control software company driving carbon impact. It is unifying existing information that is coming out of operations around the globe. It is meant to improve how individual assets are performing to be able to find and fix problems leading to sub-carbon impact. If we can address those problems earlier, we can have a profound impact on carbon emissions says Harding. The software takes into account what information is already available and integrates it with its own system that has 25 years of failure mode history. It starts with analytics and changes insights into action. Kelvin MAPS identifies where are the problems and Kelvin COPILOT fixes the problems.

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