Internet of Things (IoT)
IoT is driving business value. Leverage Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions to drive innovation, improve your business outcomes and build a smart, connected enterprise. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a natural evolution of the technology that supports the industrial enterprise. In fact, it's predicted that it'll impact almost every industry around the world. Gain visibility into factory operations. Attain reduced downtime and improve quality, productivity, and flexibility. Be provided with timely, reliable, and detailed data that informs you of production performance. IoT gives the opportunity to transform the way that we live and do business.
ThingWorx Industrial IoT Platform
ThingWorx provides the functionality, flexibility and scalability that businesses need to drive industrial innovation. It gives the ability to source, review and synthesize data while orchestrating processes and delivering powerful web, mobile and AR experiences. With ThingWorx, you can build better, deliver industrial connectivity, simplify management, automate complex processes and elevate your industrial IoT solutions.
ThingWorx Manufacturing Apps
Built on PTC’s industry-leading IoT platform, this set of role-based apps can be installed and configured in under an hour without impacting production. ThingWorx manufacturing apps include ThingWorx Controls Advisor, Production Advisor and Asset Advisor. Each app is fully web-enabled and accessible with any browser— providing you and your team the ability to view, understand and act on industrial data in real time.
KEPServerEX allows users to connect, manage, monitor and control automation devices and software applications through one intuitive user interface. With KEPServerEX handling device connectivity and interoperability, you can easily oversee all of the equipment on or around your plant floor. It also helps you manage data from different data sources by providing connectivity to industry leading companies and technology.
Reducing costs can be an elusive goal for manufacturers dealing with limited visibility into KPIs, asset health, and workforce performance. By launching a digital transformation strategy, manufacturers get the real-time data needed to monitor asset health and workforce performance, optimize energy costs, and track the execution of manufacturing operations including shifts, job orders, materials, and quality. This enables manufacturers to compare planned vs. actual execution times and identify needs for worker productivity improvements.
Implementing digital transformation strategies helps speed maintenance, reduce downtime, increase asset utilization, lower costs, increase operational performance, and improve safety/compliance. It's difficult for service professionals to leverage service as a revenue generating source - instead, they view it as a cost center. An IIoT-based service strategy can help drive revenue by introducing new billing models, enabling enterprises to identify new revenue opportunities and service offerings, and allowing service professionals to monitor equipment.
With digital transformation, manufacturers can use data and analytics to monitor asset health in real-time, and in-context, digital work instructions help operators know how and when to fix any issues. Improving service efficiency is a top objective for service teams—but when faced with limited resources and inefficiencies that extend service call time-to-resolution, streamlining service is a challenge. When service teams achieve digital transformation, they leverage realtime remote monitoring and alerts that speed issue recognition and resolution time.