GNB Industrial Power – Americas, a division of Stryten Manufacturing, is making it easier to manage motive power assets – including batteries, chargers and gateways – in the cloud. Companies can now easily “see” and manage all of their motive power assets online, whether they have 10 or 10,000 assets across one or 1,000 sites.
The new managed services are part of GNB® Cloud, a suite of IoT-enabled decision-support software for companies looking to design and deploy the latest battery and charger technologies and maximize their performance.
The latest version of GNB Cloud is especially exciting for dealers looking for better tools to deploy connected IoT systems and provide customers with online asset management. Dealers could now easily manage customers’ batteries and chargers to offer enhanced services such as Power by the Hour, where customers are charged monthly based on their level of usage.
Virtual attendees of ProMatDX (April 12 – April 16) can learn more about the features and functionality of GNB Cloud and ask questions during live Q&A sessions.
GNB Cloud includes four software modules that all share data and work together:
- Measure: power study automation that allows users to baseline vehicle energy requirements and produce reports such as vehicle energy usage, battery utilization and system health. Cellular power loggers automatically generate intuitive reports right on your web browser. Send this data to Model to design solutions or use it to improve fleet operations;
- Model: system design modeling to customize and compare battery and charger systems;
- Manage: asset lifecycle management for batteries, chargers, gateways and power loggers. Know where your assets are, how they are configured and when they last reported up to the cloud; data critical for scaling energy service businesses; and
- Monitor: enterprise system monitoring to ensure fleet uptime with actionable data that helps users optimize long-term performance of their motive power fleets.
ProMatDX attendees can also experience an educational seminar on “Lithium vs. Advanced Lead Acid: How to Choose What’s Right for Your Fleet”, which takes place on April 15 from 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm CT.
For more information, visit https://www.stryten.com.