2/13/2018

Platform Simplifies IIoT Data Management

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Smart Manufacturing Experience 2018: The MachineMetrics predictive analytics and machine learning platform enables manufacturers to harness, structure and take action on machine data.

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With simple, “self-install” Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity, the MachineMetrics predictive analytics and machine learning platform is designed to enable manufacturers to harness, structure and take action on machine data. The company says it has improved data management for its customers, increasing manufacturing efficiency by more than 20 percent on average.

Real time and historical data collection enables managers not only to track efficiency and quickly identify production bottlenecks that are related to specific machining operations, but also to measure the effect of process improvements. The secure, mobile-friendly cloud application provides manufacturers with access to this data from anywhere and requires no servers or automatic updates, with minimal IT expenses, the company says.

 

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