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Improving productivity and quality in Textiles - relayr Industrial IoT Case Study
Improving productivity and quality in Textiles
VISIBILITY - Currently unable to see amount of power consumed per machine or plant; need to account for energy used per batch. WASTE - 10% of product fails quality standards, unable to identify point of failure (initial spinning, weaving, final processing, etc). INACCURACY - Acquiring OEE measurements and compiling them is a manual process, which lacks visibility into all parts of the production process and is error-prone. LACK OF INTEROPERABILITY - Outdated machinery still has long, effective lifespans but needs to connect to newer, digital assets
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Cisco openBerlin IoE Center - relayr Industrial IoT Case Study
Cisco openBerlin IoE Center
Cisco IoE innovation Centers around the world enable and showcase local innovation and development. relayr had the unique opportunity to be involved in building the connected openBerlin infrastructure from the very beginning. In a building that was conceived from the outset to be completely monitored and controlled by smart systems, relayr set up the middle layer of connectivity – joining all of the separate legacy systems to allow meaningful cross-platform communication.
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Unleashing Your Data From the Digital Ceiling Ecosystem - relayr Industrial IoT Case Study
Unleashing Your Data From the Digital Ceiling Ecosystem
In the Buildings space, connecting to the data in various systems has always been difficult and complicated; controlling those systems was even harder. The number of proprietary gateways, layers of complicated technology, and disparate programming languages has made it impossible to effectively collect and analyze data or control the various systems in the building without monstrous, bloated building automation applications.
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