Dr. Pedro Puig
CEO Trace Software International
Driving business excellence through tradition and innovation
This autumn season looks very busy for Trace Software International. We will be flying to four different countries for attending key events. These events have a common denominator: they are addressed to construction and energy professionals. On one hand, it is impossible to ignore the fact of finding ourselves facing a real challenge: climate change. This is why governments are implementing long-term strategies to pave the way for climate neutrality. One of these is the investment in efficient technological solutions. On the other hand, there is digital data management – the lifeblood of modern society. BIM has changed the way data was managed and exchanged in the building industry. Along with these two guidelines, Trace Software International has coupled tradition and innovation to design disruptive software solutions capable of adding value in terms of quality, performance, and competitiveness.
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Bifacial modules catalog of archelios™
archelios™ is a professional design software which provides an accurate yield simulation and bankability analysis for any photovoltaic project. The software allows the management of bifacial modules and provides a catalog regularly enriched.
Also, it has several features such as:
– a geolocalized 3D mock-up, which simulates the environment thanks to a specific pattern layout which defines the optimal configuration (height, tilt, orientation, row spacing).
– precise definition of the implantation surfaces albedo
– shadow simulation
– definition of monthly production with hourly profiles
Energy systems around the world are expected to change profoundly in the coming decades; by 2035, renewables are forecasted to make up more than 50 percent of generation and that is a historic shift away from fossil fuel. In this scenario, photovoltaic power has acquired increasingly significant relevance. Trace Software International renews its firm commitment to sustainable development and low emission economy and it is now a member of the Spanish Photovoltaic Union (UNEF). The Spanish solar market is experiencing a very exciting phase of reignition after the elimination of bureaucratic hurdles by a government decree, the reduction of production and installations costs and the promotion of a better framework for self-consumption. According to the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan, PV energy in Spain will go from the current 4.7 GW to 34 GW by 2030. Committed to the highest level of operational excellence and innovation, UNEF represents the main official source of information on the photovoltaic industry in Spain, which offers multiple benefits to its 400 members.
Building Information Modeling is one of the most promising developments in the architecture, engineering and construction industries. BIM refers to the digital management of the information processes for the design, construction, and management of building projects. The Autodesk Forum is the perfect occasion for a detailed analysis of the present and the future of the construction industry. The event will focus on digitalization, buildings, and infrastructures. It will be held in Casablanca, on the 26th of September. Trace Software and BIM&CO confirm their assistance as keynote speakers.
Photovoltaic energy contributes positively to Spanish GDP and the figures speak of an upward trend: 2,357 million euros in 2017 and 2,711 million euros in 2018. Within the framework of the European Union’s energy strategy for 2030, the Spanish photovoltaic sector faces a great challenge: to become the main source of energy for the electrical system. To meet the objectives of climate neutrality, one of the key measures is the investment in efficient technology.
Trace Software International – expert in efficient solutions in the field of electricity and photovoltaic since 1987, has organized an event dedicated to the community of photovoltaic professionals in Spain.
Batimat is a must-attend global event for construction and energy key players. In fact, Batimat is the world’s largest building and architecture fair with more than 1,700 French and International exhibitors and more than 27,000 visitors. Trace Software together with its partners companies BIM&CO and Green System will be there to show visitors the latest developments for the buildings of today and tomorrow. Trace Software will present its new developments in the electrical computing software industry and its unique proposal for photovoltaic professionals. BIM&CO will present its Onfly solution, intended for the construction stakeholders working in a BIM environment. Green Systems will showcase both the Green Solution, a unique energy management solution and the Green Box, a multiprotocol gateway that is installed in a low-voltage general table (TGBT) and collects multi-fluid data of all types in the building.
Trace Software International is flying to Colombia and will be in Medellin from 4 to 6 December to attend FISE – the most important specialized event for the electricity industry of South America. Electricity is a fundamental resource for the development of the world economy and modern society. The rising level of greenhouse gas emissions and their irreversible effects across the ecosystem remain a major source of concern. This is why governments have implemented long-term strategies to lead the way towards climate neutrality. One of them is the investment in efficient technology solutions. FISE is a strategic platform for trade opportunities and national and international strategic alliances. Trace Software will showcase two of its world-class software solutions designed to face the challenges of the changing global energy landscape, while ensuring safety, performance and energy efficiency. I want to know more
archelios™ O&M – Introduction to the advanced PV monitoring software
archelios™ O&M is a PV Monitoring software solution, and it benefits of a PV BIM mock-up design for advanced operation and maintenance.
This monitoring system detects any PV plant anomaly and provides a clear localization, and immediate access, particularly in large plants.
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For elecworks™ onboard or schemes with a lot of wires, sometimes is hard to read. Also, connecting several wires from one place to another one could be something tedious as steps to do that can consume a lot of time and not always are user friendly. Learn how to handle bus wires in elecworks™
With this trick, user can get as result something similar to:
Thanks to hyper passing circuit’s characteristic, wires can be joined automatically by customized symbols. Inside of elecworks™, user can find out several examples about these symbols under origin destination classification.
Steps to join wires with them are
Also, in this way, user can get the control about this buses from component browser.
Looking at wire cabling order, these symbols are transparent, so they will not appear in connection reports.
In this way, schemes can be simpler. Also, users can save time as just 2 symbols can join so many wires as user’s decision.
Removing one symbol, user does not lose the other one, keeping for a future use. The purpose of this Tips&Tricks is to group several wires in a bus and connect them in another project place.