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The Industrial Internet of Things is a diverse network of devices such as sensors and controllers that collect and analyze raw data from equipment activity to provide managers with usable and current information. Such information is stored locally or in a Could server and can be accessed and controlled remotely over the Internet or existing ERP.

The Industrial Internet of Things will transform manufacturing by increasing the speed of collecting and aggregating larger sensing data sets and allowing faster control.


boost efficiency:

  • Decrease maintenance cost by not wasting time and resources;
  • Increase product quality with automatic process adjusting the manufacturing accordingly.

maximize machine health:

  • Predictive maintenance allows you to estimate machine life, moving you from "fix when fail" to "measure to manage" approach avoiding equipment downtime.

increase productivity:

  • Be assured everything is running optimally with a more in-depth understanding of the production cycles.
  • Save time on documenting measurements from manual data collecting.
  • Increase employee accountability by providing them with a real-time data collection and notification tool to respond immediately.

ensure safety:

  • Decrease the possibility of hazardous situations by avoiding machine malfunction.

enable innovation:

  • Leverage the accumulated business intelligence to gain the competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Our expert engineers have experience working with variety of sensors commonly used for monitoring and data collection.

  • Temperature
  • Presence sensor
  • Touch
  • Speed
  • Electrical power: current & colon counter
  • Altitude (barometer)
  • Accelerometer/Gyro
  • Weather station
  • Humidity/moisture
  • Motion and presence detection (PIR)
  • Pressure meter
  • Particles detector
  • Electrical voltage
  • CO2
  • Magnetic Compass
  • Noise
  • Light detector of various spectra: visible / Infra Red (IR) / Ultra Violet (UV)
  • Image/Gesture recognition (capacitive or camera); Video (Both matrix and linear)
  • Proximity
  • Weight
  • Liquid flow meter
  • Distance (radar, lidar)
  • Ultrasonic (short and long distances)
  • Hall sensors