Smart Industry

Industry 4.0, or Smart Industry, is considered by many to be the 4th industrial revolution. Being able to monitor processes in real time, and being able to interact remotely, helps reduce costs and improve productivity in a factory or warehouse.

In this context, IOT technologies are complementary to “heavy” and structural automation (PLC, etc.). The placement of IOT sensors, on battery and wireless, makes it possible to economically collect data, deploy preventive and predictive maintenance, and even offer new economic models.

Smart Industry Process


Collect machine data

Whatever the type of machine, it is always possible to collect the data in order to analyze them. Any type of protocol: FTP, MQTT, OPC-UA, M-BUS, ModBus, RS232, RS485, Digital and Analog Inputs. Any type of network: LORAWAN, 4G, NB-IOT, WIFI


Dashboards & Reports

Process data and provide reports and dashboards for the various stakeholders: Support, Management, Customers.


Preventive maintenance

Data analysis must anticipate failures or non-optimized processes. To be able to intervene quickly in the event of a problem, or even to prevent future problems.​

Equipment Monitoring

The collection of machine operating data makes it possible, within a factory, to ensure its proper functioning, prevent breakdowns, and recover production data (consumption, pressure, temperatures, vibrations). The different protocols are supported: MODBUS, OPC-UA, DI/DO, pulses…

Geolocation (indoor) helps prevent loss and theft. In the context of logistics, geolocation makes it possible to control delivery stages and ensure quality (control of temperature, humidity, shock detection).

Energies, Water, ESG

Monitoring energy consumption, in a factory or warehouse, whether overall or linked to production processes, makes it possible to achieve significant savings, but also to meet European criteria in terms of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) in the framework of ESG reporting.

The rational use of water is also one of the obligations of industrial companies.

Indoor Monitoring

Ensuring good working conditions in a factory or warehouse is imperative. This helps improve well-being at work and productivity. This is also part of the commitments described in the framework of European standards (CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility).

Measure temperature, humidity level, CO2, presence of pollution. Or the level of noise and brightness.

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