Production module

The CO2 Smart Tech development team offers customized solutions for production data integration using cost|TEM . Our system allows the collection of this data through multiple sources such as MES, ERP, SQL, CSV or even manual input, which allows us to guarantee the integration of this module in each case.

The production module is made up of a set of personalized functionalities for each client that allow to relate in real time through graphics and reports, production data (products, references, manufacturing lines, shifts, press hits, …) with energy and resource consumption. This facilitates the detailed monitoring and control of both the global indicators of the center and personalized energy efficiency indicators, by product/reference, manufacturing line or work shift.

On the other hand, the system identifies and alerts on consumption deviations against the goals set for different conditions and operating regimes of the plant.


This module allows the automation of ESG metrics adapting to the needs depending on the type of organization: industries, large tertiary, public bodies, educational institutions, …

Highlights are the automation of the Carbon Footprint calculation (scopes I, II and III) following the indications of the MITECO (Spain’s Ministry for the Ecological Transition) and the GHG Protocol.

The implementation of our monitoring, control and technical-energy management systems will allow you to control the consumption of your organization, allowing its optimization, with the resulting cost savings and improvement in management and processes.

OEE states

cost|TEM allows the incorporation of OEE States, information on the state (production, stoppage, incidence, maintenance, …) of each one of the equipment, assigning energy consumption to each one of the states.

The combination of states with consumptions will allow the latter to be optimized in non-productive moments, also reporting on the efficiency of the equipment.

In short, the OEE states provide a vision about the losses that occur during the manufacturing process, fundamentally in non-productive states, becoming a starting point for Continuous Improvement.