- May 19, 2017
- Posted by: Carmen
- Category: News
On May 16 and 17, the 12th International Congress of IT Infrastructure was held within the framework of the Expo Data Center 2017 in Mexico City, which had more than 11 conferences and a round table to address issues of digital transformation, systems of backup and energy, selection of architecture, technological evolution and green technology among others. Conference attendees witnessed proposals based on environmentally friendly energies, especially solar energy
General directors and CIOs of large companies, banking and financial institutions, universities, telecommunications service operators, as well as representatives of the Federal Government were present.
In this edition, bcb showcased a DEMO of flagship software for temperature monitoring, the bcbMonitor 4.0, which integrates FLIR model Ax8 thermographic sensors. This system allows users to perform tasks from their computer and remotely. Tasks such as continuous temperature monitoring, which can give timely warning of hot spots, which affect electronic and mechanical elements (computer racks, power sources, substations, disconnectors, motors, refrigerators or heat exchangers)
On the other hand, there was also a presentation entitled “Continuous and non-contact monitoring of CPDs of the temperature of critical electronic, electrical and mechanical elements, by means of infrared thermography” given by Javier Bezares (CEO of bcb).