Edge computing accelerates real-time decision making and
Supports proactive maintenance
With implementation of Industry 4.0, vibration analysis algorithms supported by cloud server architecture enable easy prediction of potential problems to adopt preventive action. As well, equipment maintenance or replacement can be executed preemptively, significantly enhancing efficiency. ADLINK's innovative equipment status monitoring edge computing platform delivers complete and comprehensive data acquisition, analysis, and upload. The real-time analytics can be sent to the data center, by upload to the cloud and fast connection to the ERP/MES upper layer application system. Effective dynamic preventive maintenance strategies can be generated according to machine operation status in real-time, improving equipment reliability.
Simple development & flexible deployment; End-to-end communicability
Simple, Speedy Deployment
Unlike conventional combination-based solutions,
ADLINK’s MCM-100 adopts an integrated design, providing complete data acquisition, highly accurate real-time analysis and data upload, along with connection to information database, for complete equipment status monitoring and analysis.
Deployment in the environment is significantly streamlined, reducing development time.
Complete single-operation data acquisition,
analysis and upload
Data acquisition, execution of domain
algorithm, use of data analysis, direct
conversion of machine status, use of
trend analysis, warning alert and upload.
Capable of connecting to Vortex Edge™
architecture, no programming is required to
achieve fast connection with third party
cloud platforms. Vortex Data Rive™ live data
streaming architecture enables deployment
of multiple scenes more easily.
Remote equipment overview
Providing equipment monitoring acquiring
machine information, status, and alarm
information in real time, with download of
historical data records and equipment
maintenance information fully supported.
Case Study -
Bringing Intelligence to Vibration Monitoring Solutions