Smart sensors have become increasingly popular in the manufacturing industry as they provide valuable insights into the performance of machines and equipment. With their advanced capabilities, smart sensors have become a key component of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In this post, we’ll explore what smart sensors are, how they work, and the benefits they offer to manufacturers. 
Smart sensors are advanced devices that can collect data from machines, equipment, or the environment. They typically contain a microprocessor and communication capabilities that enable them to send data to a central system, such as an artificial intelligence (AI) system. Unlike basic sensors that only collect data, smart sensors can analyze data, perform specific actions, and trigger alerts when human input is required. 
Smart sensors collect data from a wide range of variables, including temperature, pressure, vibration, and humidity, among others. They use this data to provide insights into the performance of machines and equipment. Smart sensors are also capable of communicating with other devices, enabling machines to work together more efficiently. 
One of the key benefits of smart sensors is that they can analyze data in real-time, providing manufacturers with instant insights into the performance of their equipment. By analyzing data from multiple sensors, manufacturers can detect patterns that may indicate when a machine requires maintenance, preventing unplanned downtime and reducing repair costs. 
In conclusion, smart sensors are revolutionizing the manufacturing industry by providing valuable insights into the performance of machines and equipment. By collecting and analyzing data in real-time, smart sensors enable manufacturers to make more informed decisions, reduce repair costs, and prevent unplanned downtime. As the manufacturing industry continues to evolve, smart sensors will play an increasingly important role in improving efficiency, safety, and productivity. 

User Management

Different user-level support

All In One Platform

All countries/lines of product information Failure Types
Axial Vibration 
Breakdown Prediction 
Filtering (monthly, weekly, etc..)

Anomaly Detection

Define anomaly types
Collecting anomalies
Anomalies list with priority 
Convert anomalies to task
Listing solutions added by users

Task Management

Easily adaptable to work order and task management systems
Integration with MES applications for creating a work order

Failure Type Detection

Detecting equipment failure type
More than 10+ failure type


Web notification
Microsoft Teams



Production Insights

Real-time Data 
Comparison of any equipment with any sensor field​
Grouped monthly, weekly, daily