Your Industrial Customers Require Out-Of-The-Box IIoT Functionality
As industrial companies invest in new equipment, they are prioritizing machines with built-in IIoT functionality. These capabilities are valued for measuring and improving key metrics like OEE. Learn why remote condition monitoring has become a must-have for manufacturers.
By building remote monitoring and IoT capabilities into your machines, you’re signaling that you understand—and can solve—critical challenges for your customers. These include:
Connectivity is a frequently cited barrier to IIoT factory improvement initiatives. Ensure your products ship with “IIoT ready” connectivity.
Networks vary based on customer and factory conditions. Ensure flexible and security data transfer—from the edge to the cloud.
Getting Value from Data
Machine data lacks value if it can’t be used. Put data to work with dashboards, monitoring, notifications and starter IIoT applications.
How Remote Condition Monitoring Became a Game-Changer
Flowserve pumps and machinery solves flow-control challenges for industrial companies around the globe. Flowserve Vice President Aric Zurek explains how IIoT-enabled remote monitoring became a game-changer for up-time, product reliability, and customer satisfaction.
Podcast Series: Machine Builders
If you listen to your equipment in the field, you actually hear what your customers are saying to you, and that is the mindset change. I don’t really want to sell the piece of equipment. I want to sell the value that it delivers to that end user."
Tech-Clarity Explores the Value of Remote Monitoring
If you need to understand how machine builders are creating value for their customers with IIoT-driven remote condition monitoring, and how you can follow suit with the right IIoT platform—you’ve come to the right place.
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