symmedia, the technology pioneer and market leader in the field of digitizing service processes in mechanical and plant engineering, will be represented at the joint stand of the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Economic Affairs for the fourth time in succession this year. True to the motto "Get new technology first", symmedia and its partner Katana (USU) will show how machine data can be used with smart algorithms to intelligently plan maintenance cycles and trigger alarms in the event of deviations.
A machine produces an enormous amount of different data. The first step is to filter out the significant data from this flood of data and draw intelligent conclusions from it in order to be able to develop smart service applications in the machine and plant sector. The first hurdle is usually the acquisition of machine data. A wide variety of interfaces and technologies must be taken into account here. In the second step, the challenge is to filter out the relevant data from a set and make it available in smart applications.
We met these challenges in the use case at this year's trade fair stand. symmedia shows how data can be collected using the symmedia SP/1 Site Control and forwarded to the data cloud Katana (USU). The Katana platform analyses the data and draws logical conclusions between it. These in turn can be used in the symmedia SP/1 Service Portal to implement predictive maintenance approaches and other smart services. This provides the customer with a uniform solution for machine data acquisition, evaluation and intelligent use. Isolated solutions are avoided.
You can see them live at Stand A10 in Hall 16, alongside other smart service solutions such as the new symmedia SP/1 Web Cockpit or the smart Service App, which provides machine data on the smartphone from any location.