Vermont Energy Control Systems

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Improved Charts

Our new charting tool included on Vantage and Pro models allows automatic or manual scaling to better display chart detail.

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New Case Study: Consolidated Dashboard

This case study describes the use of a Vesta controller to collect and display live data from a wide variety of other systems. This case study falls at the ‘very complicated’ end of the spectrum, but it shows the power of the open source tools provided with the Vesta controllers.

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Use NOAA Weather Forecast Data

Did you know that Vesta system can receive and use NOAA weather forecast data? This means you can set rules for your system based on predicted temperature, cloud cover, and more.

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New Custom GUI Tools

It's now easier than ever to make your own custom GUI to display Vesta data! Our new tools make it simple to create, edit, and delete widgets to customize your GUI.

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High-Humidity Monitoring

Vermont Energy Control Systems is working to provide a new humidity sensor developed at the University of Vermont, optimal for high-humidity environments where conventional sensors will fail. Applications include the processing and aging of specialty foods and long-term storage of root vegetables and other crops requiring high humidity.

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VECS has a New Website!

If you haven't seen it yet, take a look around our new and improved website! We've decreased page load times, added a place to see VECS news, and more.

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VECS Testifies at the Digital Commerce & Consumer Protection Subcommittee hearing in DC on Internet Regulation, Innovation, & Security

Vermont Energy Control System’s (VECS) co-founder Bill Kuhn testified last week before the Digital Commerce & Consumer Protection Subcommitte hearing in Washington, DC, at the annual Internet of Things (IoT) Showcase Event.

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Vermont Energy Control Systems selected by Congressman Welch’s Office to Attend the Internet of Things (IoT) event in Washington

Vermont Energy Control Systems (VECS) is an Addison County, Vermont, company selected by Congressman Peter Welch’s office to attend the IoT (Internet of Things) annual showcase event, which highlights innovation and technology on Capitol Hill, in Washington on June 13th.

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