Before we look at how remote condition monitoring can help it is important to first work out what remote monitoring is.


Remote Monitoring is a standard specification that facilitates the monitoring of network operational activities through the use of remote devices known as monitors or probes. Remote monitoring assists network administrators (NA) with efficient network infrastructure control and management.


What is remote condition monitoring?


Remote condition monitoring (CM) is the practice of using sensors and software to monitor performance abnormalities in assets — is emerging as a business-critical activity in the food processing industry.


Where is remote condition monitoring performed?


Remote condition monitoring is routinely performed in many industrial manufacturing sectors, ranging from transportation manufacturing to plant environments where motors, piping and heat exchangers are common tools of the trade. In those and other manufacturing settings, condition monitoring is considered an improvement on preventive maintenance, where maintenance activities are carried out according to a schedule based on data about asset longevity or original equipment manufacturer recommendations rather than actual evidence that an asset may need attention.


What are the benefits of remote monitoring?

  • Early detection of machine-related issues

  • Improved maintenance planning

  • Prevent unscheduled and costly downtime

  • Extend equipment lifespan

  • Reduced maintenance & production costs


Our remote monitoring solutions


Our complete solution encompasses a combination of vibration-based hardware and software systems, and remote condition monitoring services.


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Accurate counts of the number of persons or cars using a space are necessary in many buildings and parking lots. Day or night, video counting systems have over 95% accuracy rate. With the most recent totals displayed on clear LED displays, using secure web browsers.


Some of the benefits:


  • Locally and remotely displayed occupancy

  • Alerts and cautions about capacity

  • Records from the past help with planning forward

  • Queue management and monitoring

  • Separate tallies for various zones and regions

  • Networked systems can securely communicate online


Track queues


Systems for calculating occupancy are not just for capacity monitoring. They can also be used to track lineups, both inside and outside, and to identify the most crowded parts of the facility.


Verify counts


Simply by seeing the video, whether locally or safely over the internet, you can rest assured that the numbers are accurate. To precisely calibrate and validate the counts, you can stream the video and diagnostic data slowly during configuration.


No matter the lighting, get more than 95% accuracy


No matter how light or dark it is, the capacity monitoring system is almost 95% accurate. Each occupant counter can be customized for its specific location by being adjusted for crowds, high ceilings, low light, shadows, and other factors. The technology continuously measures background light levels to guarantee accuracy.



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Overcoming organisational barriers is a necessity for successfully managing the technical aspects of deploying IIoT in the manufacturing industry.


First, the powers that be need to set clear goals for the overall transformation/journey to IIoT and have a team responsible for monitoring that progress.


This team will ensure that the implementation is on track, and be responsible for quickly identifying and rectifying any negative deviations from the path to implementation.


Secondly, preparing an organization for the success of IIoT also means there will need to be a changing in the organizational structure, ways of working together, as well as work profiles and roles.


As a result, new ways of working and new skills will be required to ensure maximum efficiency. All skills related to the development, deployment and operation of IIoT need to be identified and developed. This will include the training of existing workforce and hiring new individuals who are best suited to monitor and manage the technology.




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