innius® delivers on the potential of the IoT, mobility, and the cloud to help companies increase the strategic value of machinery and equipment.
Today, Columbus launches innius®, a set of innovative software capabilities and services to help companies produce the best possible business results from industrial assets.
innius® brings together big data from the internet of things (IoT), mobility, the cloud, and social collaboration to make machinery, equipment, and other industrial assets fully manageable and transparent. Following a fast, simple deployment, companies that manufacture, use, and service industrial assets can review real-time data streams to assess and improve performance, initiate predictive maintenance, plan engineering improvements, and improve the planning and utilization of their assets. innius® alerts on Android smartphones enable asset stakeholders to remain in touch with machinery and equipment anywhere and at any time. They can see critical events and missed performance thresholds as soon as they happen, and immediately take the appropriate action. innius® supports a set of standard KPIs, including Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), out-of-the-box.
Bjorn Kuijt, Vice President of Product Management for innius®, says, “Unlike other products that provide a framework for creating the functionality you require, innius® is a ready-to-go solution that quickly and simply delivers the business advantages of connected sensors in the IoT. innius® helps companies achieve higher returns from their industrial assets immediately, without a lengthy startup delay.”
In use at an exclusive group of early adopters for close to a year, innius® is designed to benefit the entire industrial asset value chain—manufacturers, customers, and service providers. By giving each other access to asset data securely stored in the cloud, asset stakeholders can collaborate across organizational boundaries to drive performance and engineering improvements, and to plan and use assets more effectively.
“innius® represent a completely new way of combining the industrial internet of things, the cloud, mobility, and social collaboration to achieve optimal performance of industrial assets. Together with Columbus’ digital leadership and extensive experience within the manufacturing industry, Columbus leads our customers in the digital transformation of their business,”says VP of Sales and Marketing in Columbus, Henning Gershof.
Organizations deploying innius® often start small, connecting a single machine, and add assets whenever they like. The solution scales to any quantity of assets and data volumes. Companies are also making use of innius® to simplify technician and operator training, making user guidance and documentation available at machine terminals and through the innius® mobile app.
Industry media quickly realized that innius® offers a uniquely valuable opportunity to the companies that create, use, and support industrial assets. innius® was recognized by CIOReview as one of the 20 Most Promising Manufacturing Tech Solution Providers of 2016. Jeevan George, Managing Editor of CIOReview, says, “The companies selected for our 20 Most Promising Manufacturing Tech Solution Providers 2016 list are an elite group of companies whose products and solutions are changing their respective industries. We are proud to feature innius® in this edition for its range of revolutionary solutions that is setting a new benchmark in the manufacturing tech arena.”
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