What we do

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We can

  • Control your heating and lighting
  • Compare and track your energy costs
  • Automate your refrigeration load shedding
  • Regulate your waste water recycling systems
  • Remotely monitor your unmanned process

In short, we can design, install and commission the systems you require to monitor and control your environment, process or energy.

The internet of things is here!

How we do it

From the very simple to the very complex, Graphite will deliver a bespoke M2M web based monitoring and control system to suit your organisation.

Using standard web browsers you can monitor your equipment or process from anywhere in the world, produce reports and receive alarms via SMS or email.

Our converged solutions can be standalone or integrated into your existing SCADA infrastructure.

Or alternatively, let us host your solution on a secure, remote server.

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Planning M2M monitoring control system

What we do it with

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Our RTU's flexible, scalable and secure solutions can be applied across any number of industries and applications to improve operational efficiency while delivering a solid return on investment.

Graphite are official system integrators for a range of diverse RTU hardware solutions.

  • Cloudgate from Option
  • JACE from Tridium
  • TBox from Servelec Technologies

In addition we can source virtually any hardware solution that is suitable for your requirement.

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Who we do it for

Graphite work with all types of organisations – small or large, private or public.

From Data Centres to Chillers, Irrigation Control, Air Handling Units, Building Energy Management Systems, Access Control, Solar Panels or Lighting we can provide a bespoke solution.

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We developed a critical alarm monitoring system for Vodafone's data network.

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We designed the electronics for the new and innovative Brompton folding bicycle docks now operating nationally.

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