The installed base information in the digital service Netilion Analytics can be used to create a digital twin of the system and analyzed with the help of dashboards to initiate proactive maintenance measures for critical instruments or swap out discontinued instruments.
Endress+Hauser have launched a new IIoT solution platform, Netilion, that combines digital services and system components that are intended to improve the management, life cycle, maintenance and support of instruments and analyzers.
Netilion allows users to keep track of their installed base, documentation and data management, as well as instruments’ performance and health status. The Netilion’s digital services available are: the Scanner, Analytics, Health, Library and Value.
Netilion Scanner is a free smartphone app that guides the user in capturing field instrument asset data, while utilizing QR code or RFID tag. It can store images and instrument location and accessibility.
Netilion Health visualizes the diagnostic data provided by an instrument and receives instructions to address the issue. This is intended to improve the ability to respond in cases where maintenance or service is required by constantly tracking the condition of the instrument.
Netilion Library helps users organize working files and documents. It is a file sharing and data management service for the complete life cycle of an instrument. This industrial file management service safely stores documents and makes them available on any smart device.
Netilion Value is a digital service that collects process data from the field and makes it accessible anytime, anywhere.
These digital services can be used separately or together, regardless of instrument or analyzer type or vendor.