Cypress Envirosystems Upgrades Pneumatic Controls at the Lincoln Medical Center in NYC October 1st 2019
The NYC Health and Hospital Corporation (HHC) is the largest municipal healthcare system in the United States serving 1.4 million patients. The Lincoln Medical Center, founded in the Bronx in 1839, is a major acute care facility in the HHC system, with 362 beds. It has the busiest emergency department in New York City, and the third busiest in the country.
The current building, constructed in 1976, has some of the most advanced concepts in hospital design at the time. But today, its aging environmental control systems impact patient comfort, require more energy use, and costs more to maintain. As part of a modernization effort, HHC selected the Cypress Wireless Pneumatic Thermostat (WPT) to upgrade the existing pneumatic controls. A key consideration for choosing the WPT is its unique non-invasive approach – it can be installed quickly without impacting patients and ongoing hospital operations. It requires a fraction of the time and cost of traditional DDC upgrades.
The WPT is a technology vetted and approved by the New York City government (DCAS) and is already used in over 100 NYC municipal buildings including hospitals, schools, universities, and courthouses.
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Cypress Envirosystems Team Begins Nuclear Plant Upgrades at Nine Sites in Five States for Three Utilities September 23rd 2019
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Our Cypress Envirosystems team completes "Nuclear In Processing" training today! For the next two months, we are deploying our unique Wireless Gauge Reader (WGR) technology to help digitize nine existing nuclear power plants, for three utilities, in five states. The upgrades will help our customers reduce cost, improve safety, and minimize radiation exposure to workers.
While nuclear power generation is not without its challenges, this source of power is vital to a sustainable path to a lower carbon economy. We at Cypress are proud to play a part in this journey.
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Cypress Envirosystems Saves Energy at Rockland School District in New York August 16th 2019
Harry Sim, CEO of Cypress Envirosystems, Will Speak at 2019 Future Facilities Conference in Chicago May 2nd 2019
Cypress Envirosystems CEO to Present at Hawa’ii Energy Innovation Symposium April 10th 2019
Digital Transformation: Exelon uses non-invasive sensors from Cypress Envirosystems to digitize nuclear plant built in 1975 February 19th 2019
Last week, Cypress Envirosystems and our customer Exelon (the largest electric utility in the US) attended the 23rd Annual ARC Industry Forum in Orlando. The event focused on the Digital Transformation of Industry and Cities, and was attended by over 900 industry executives and media.
Bill Ansley, Innovation Leader at Exelon Nuclear, presented a very compelling case study for digitizing existing plants with non-invasive technologies from Cypress Envirosystems. The cost to implement was 90% less than conventional approaches, and it took only one week to install with no operational disruption. The payback period was well under three years. See Bill's presentation here:
Download: Exelon WGR Case Study
In Chicago, hi-tech solution helps low-tech systems run more efficiently February 7th 2019
A Challenge to the Potential of Industrial IoT October 15th 2018
Lack of data visibility in existing plants hinders Industrial IoT deployment...but non-invasive instrumentation upgrade is a key part of the solution.
IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) is a hot trend these days – it promises to revolutionize our industrial infrastructure by improving efficiency at existing power plants, refineries, off-shore oil platforms, pharmaceutical plants, hospitals etc. According to McKinsey, IIoT will unlock $6.2 trillion in potential economic impact by 2025. For the electricity sector alone, the World Economic Forum estimates $1.3 trillion of value can be captured with IIoT.More >
Focus on Wireless Pneumatic Thermostats: Direct Digital Functionality At A Fraction Of The Cost September 11th 2018
Energy Central: Big Win for 24 Stories, Energy Efficiency Retrofit in Phoenix, AZ April 21st 2018
The BOMA Green Building Committee Kilowatt Krackdown was recently awarded to 3200 N. Central Avenue – a retrocommissioned, 24 stories, 345,000 SF building in Phoenix AZ built in 1986 – for achieving the highest Energy Star score of 98 in the competition.More >