Measurement and instrumentation specialist Endress+Hauser has launched its IIoT solution platform Netilion.
The latest platform combines digital services and system components to improve the lifecycle and asset management, maintenance and support of instruments and analysers.
Netilion enables users to keep track of their installed base, documentation and data management and instruments’ performance and health status.
Netilion Scanner is a free smartphone app that guides the user in capturing field instrument asset data, while utilising QR code or RFID tag.
Its system components such as field gates and edge devices can be used to upload installed base information and create lists of the instruments, without having to interact with the control system. Netilion Health visualises the diagnostic data provided by an instrument and receives instructions to address the issue. This improves the ability to respond in cases where maintenance or service is required. The digital service Netilion Health can track the condition of the instrument so that other maintenance optimisation measures can be initiated.
Netilion Value is a digital service that collects process data from the field and makes them accessible anytime and anywhere. It displays the values in various features such as the dashboard, history, tracking map and more.
These digital services can be used separately or in concert to improve the management, maintenance, and support of instrumentation systems — regardless of instrument or analyser type or vendor.
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