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Effective utilization of unused device data

By Chemical Engineering |

The Endress+Hauser Group

At the 2019 Hannover Messe (April 1–5), this company highlighted the intelligent utilization of data and information from field devices. The foundation of this strategy is innovative diagnostic information generated by Heartbeat Technology’s wide selection of digital interfaces and connectivity modules, as well as the Netilion IIoT ecosystem (photo). With the Netilion cloud-based ecosystem, users can better take advantage of existing data. The integrated Heartbeat Technology delivers concise, standardized diagnostic notifications and monitoring data that allow users to precisely service and maintain their systems only when needed. In combination with the Netilion applications, these data enable predictive maintenance. Since the instruments automatically monitor their own condition, manual inspection cycles can be reduced. — The Endress+Hauser Group, Reinach, Switzerland

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