Industrial IoT, also known as Industry 4.0 or Industrial Internet of Things, refers to the application of connected device networks across the factory floor. In other words, Industrial IoT provides a digital interface that allows the collection, communication and storage of disparate data from machines and manufacturing systems such as ERP, MES and quality systems. This data can then be analyzed by machine learning and predictive analytics technologies to provide real-time insights, allowing manufacturers to optimize production runs and perfect peak factory performance.
Faster Process Improvements
Increase in Output While Maintaining Quality
Improvements in First Pass Yield
Increase your contribution margins by improving machine throughput, first-pass yield, product traceability and more. Our innovative platform provides advanced Industrial IoT analytics that helps you make decisions faster and operate your production runs more consistently. By analyzing both historical and real-time production data, we’ll provide automated insights along with recommended settings so you can easily replicate your most profitable runs. The end result is reduced waste and greater operational efficiency that will maximize your bottom line.
Access real-time production metrics with Industrial IoT software and interactive dashboards that provide deep visibility into your factory floor. Live machine and process monitoring capabilities highlight areas of opportunity across your factory floor. Time series analysis and data exploration capabilities allow you to conduct root cause analysis and identify potential constraints within your factory floor. Additionally, customizable dashboards allow you to easily and powerfully drill down from a high-level view to the granularity of process parameters.
Reduce product quality failures and unplanned downtime with actionable alerts driven by our Machine Learning technology. Our Industrial IoT and Applied Analytics solutions equip factory personnel to identify and address issues at an accelerated pace. Specially-designed predictive alerts and alarms notify teams when operating conditions are outside of normal thresholds or are predicted to be operating outside of normal. Factory teams can take corrective action quickly thereby reducing the likelihood of producing defective products for extended periods of time.