Industrial IoT Solutions
Benefits of using Industrial IoT
More efficiency and accuracy thanks to the immediate delivery of accurate messages to one or more recipients.
Online data on the current state and long-term data for audits and evaluating the effectiveness of interventions.
Automatic notifications when specified conditions are exceeded.
Temperature & Humidity Monitoring
IoT technologies can automate refrigeration monitoring for the food service industry, delivering substantial time and money savings. Our non-invasive IoT solution solves unique and complex remote monitoring challenges while reducing human error by combining efficient wireless sensors and gateways with industry-leading monitoring applications, real-time monitoring, and instant SMS text message alerts.
Machines Performance and Efficiency
IoT technologies have brought us the ability to monitor and control manufacturing productivity on machines for which it had once been impossible. Manufacturing data can be obtained in several ways, for example by connecting to a PLC via digital and analog outputs or by monitoring LED indicators with phototransistors, by vibration monitoring or Hall probes.
The result is accurate information on downtime in manufacturing, number of pieces manufactured, process compliance, or current OEE (overall equipment effectiveness).
Long-term monitoring of machines, equipment, and the environment can identify anomalous behavior and promptly prevent unexpected manufacturing downtime.
You can monitor vibration, current, engine temperature, and other information in couple of minutes and decide on maintenance priorities based on data instead of relying only on preventive or reactive maintenance. The technologies of the Internet of Things have made it possible to obtain data efficiently and send it immediately to the cloud for evaluation.
Too high a temperature, relative humidity, or dust – all this can affect the resulting quality of products and services. New IoT technologies have made it possible to measure these and other conditions easily and efficiently without cabling. They find use in monitoring ideal conditions for food storage, or in industry where the corrosion of materials and products can now be prevented. Also measured in the same way are a host of other physical quantities – lighting, noise, CO2, or VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
IoT technologies have made it possible to remotely monitor energy consumption – water, gas, and electricity, even from places that are not covered by an Internet connection via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. You can easily get consumption data for a selected system and look for opportunities for optimization.
Environment monitoring is one of the most common cases of IoT deployment. It is not just a matter of measuring quantities, but especially of their long-term monitoring, recording and sending alerts to users in real-time.
New IoT technologies have made such continuous measurement systems work directly in the field for many months, even years, with data available from anywhere on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. Air humidity and temperature, wind speed and direction, precipitation volume, soil temperature and moisture, water depth, ORP (oxidation-reduction potential), DO (dissolved oxygen), etc. can all be measured and monitored remotely.
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