New IIoT ecosystem ensures industrial intelligence and safe water
Jul 22 2019 Read 1049 Times
Netillion, Endress+Hauser’s IIoT ecosystem allows intelligent and networked applications to be realised around the Industrial Internet of Things. There are currently three Netillion Services available with analytics, health and library as well as two Netilion Smart Systems with surface water and aquaculture.
Netilion Analytics provides operators with an inventory of their production facility within a few minutes and thus gives them complete transparency. Based on the inventory, current optimisation suggestions for your production plant are calculated for you at any time.
Netilion Health lets the assets in your production plant speak for themselves, so that you know immediately, at any time and from anywhere how your production facility is doing. If the assets aren’t doing so well, you’ll know the reason and what remedies there are.
Netilion Library makes the collective knowledge of your production facility available to all your employees immediately, at any time and from anywhere. You save valuable search time and archiving work.
Netilion Smart Systems are easy-to-use complete packages consisting of measurement technology, communication solutions and mobile apps. Two variants are currently available, one for aquaculture, the water quality in aquacultures massively influences fish health, checking your water ensures a healthy stock. The other variant is for surface water, as the quality of surface water in lakes and rivers has a major impact on environmental conditions and human health.
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