An overwhelming response at the Endress+Hauser stand during ADIPEC’17 for the interactive sessions/ presentations on various IoT & Innovation topics reinforced the fact that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has ushered in huge potential: predictive maintenance, asset information management and device configuration are just some examples of the opportunities digitalisation has in store for companies.
Endress+Hauser are driving IIoT forward through innovative products and solutions as well as by working effectually with partners. These aspects were clearly put forth at the Endress+Hauser stand. In today’s competitive business, tackling the challenges of reducing costs, optimising processes or increasing efficiency with yesterday’s solutions will not yield the required results to create a competitive advantage.
Availability of big data for analysis, increased connectivity, and secure cloud based applications etc., connect people, processes and assets, providing continuous inputs and improvement opportunities. The advantages of digitalisation in the process industry can already be seen clearly.
Increased networking opens up new opportunities in process optimisation and increases plant efficiency. Endress+Hauser are therefore constantly increasing its offer of products, solutions and services in order to increase customers’ productivity and system availability while expanding competitiveness. Endress+Hauser are not new to IIoT.
It was one step ahead on the path of digitalisation, when it introduced a pioneering sensor technology for liquid analysis in various industries over 10 years ago. Memosens was presented with the ‘Digital Champion Award’ in the category Digital Products and Services in June 2017. The award is a joint initiative of the German telecommunications provider Telekom and the business magazine WirtschaftsWoche.
“Innovative products that offer our customer’s genuine added value represents our best sales argument,” said Dr Andreas Mayr, corporate director marketing and technology and this statement echoes the collective sentiment at Endress+Hauser. This sentiment also resonated at our stand at ADIPEC.