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New IIoT platform for instrumentation management

By Chemical Engineering |

Endress + Hauser

Netilion (photo) is a new industrial internet of things (IIoT) ecosystem that improves lifecycle and asset management, maintenance and support of instruments and analyzers. Users can manage their installed base by accessing documentation and data related to instruments’ performance and health status. Netilion currently offers several digital services: Scanner, which is a smartphone application (app) that guides the user in capturing field-instrument asset data; Analytics, which can create a digital twin of a system; Health, which visualizes the diagnostic data provided by an instrument and tracks an instrument’s condition so that maintenance can be optimized; Library, which is a file-sharing and data-management service for the complete lifecycle of an instrument; and Value, which is a monitoring service that collects process data from the field. These digital services can be used separately or in concert to improve the management, maintenance and support of instrumentation systems — regardless of type or vendor. — Endress + Hauser, Greenwood, Ind.

www.us.endress.com

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