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What is i4connected?
i4connected is a comprehensive Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform, serving a wide range of functionalities such as dashboards, real-time data collection, alarm administration, and automated report generation. It has the capacity to source data from an extensive range of edge devices.
The platform empowers users to manage, oversee, and dissect data from interconnected machinery and structures, utilising 100% HTML5 technology, ensuring compatibility with all browsers.
To put it plainly, this platform makes it feasible to accumulate data from local edge devices, store it in a cloud-based environment, and execute intricate analysis. It then translates this data into easy-to-understand visualisations.
The i4connected platform offers extensive data gathering capabilities across large, complex machine fleets. It enables easy connection of various machines, plants, and systems to the digital world, ensuring real-time updates of key performance indicators (KPIs) by connecting online to devices, measuring systems, or sensors.
i4connected is versatile in its connectivity, accommodating standard protocols like MQTT, OPC UA, SQL, CSV, and integrating with common cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS. It also supports various manufacturer-specific adapters like Ewon Flexy, Netbiter, Anybus Edge.
User, KPI & Chart
The product has an advanced user management system, allowing secure access control and ensuring that each user has the right access to machines and systems.
It offers standard and customisable dashboards with various graphical displays and KPI calculations that span entire organisations, even across different locations.
Moreover, it offers a reporting feature with a report archive, filter function, and report display.
Alarming & Response Teams
i4connected has an integrated alarming and messaging system to control event flow, notifications, and responses based on available staff, work plan, and escalation rules.
It also allows the specification of conditions and filters that identify the events to be handled by the notification system.