Data Systems Analysts (DSA) was selected by the General Services Administration's (GSA) Proving Ground (GPG) program to provide Grid-interactive Efficient Building (GEB) solutions for testing in GSA facilities, the company reported on Wednesday.
"With this selection, DSA has the opportunity to join commercial applications with DSA's expertise in machine learning to fully support GSA's effort to develop cost effective building technology and energy services. We are pleased to apply innovative solutions to successfully address GSA's mission," said Fran Pierce, DSA's chairman and CEO.
The GPG will enable GSA to make investment decisions in next-generation building technologies based on performance. DSA was selected for the GEB to build technology and energy services that will provide building load flexibility.
DSA's solutions will leverage OSIsoft's PI Systems, a commercial off-the-shelf operational intelligence platform. PI Systems will integrate disparate systems into a single structured Operational Data Warehouse.
With the company’s support, facility operators achieve real-time situational awareness, corrective control and dynamic load management combined with DSA's machine learning (ML) algorithms and load management devices installed by control systems partner Rovisys.
DSA is an employee owned professional services provider that enables its customers to achieve sensitive, mission critical goals. We are ISO 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 registered and appraised at CMMI Maturity Level 3 for Service Projects and for Development.
Founded in 1963, DSA's core competencies are Cloud, Intelligent Analytics, Digital Modernization, and Cybersecurity, which encompass a diverse set of associated capabilities. DSA is headquartered in the Philadelphia area and has major operations in Aberdeen and Frederick, MD; San Antonio and Killeen, TX; Fairfax and McLean, VA; and in other locations in the National Capital Region.