ei3 working with machinery companies to commercialize the Internet of Things

Industry 4.0 — aka the internet of things — is all the rage. Even though true Industry 4.0, where every single production machine, and every single factory, is interconnected, is probably decades away if we ever really get there. This month, Best Practices takes you into that world. We’ll take a closer look at a company called ei3 Corp., founded in 1999, that sets ...

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Lenze teams with ei3

from Automation.com To Offer White Label Remote Analysis and Maintenance   May 19, 2017 – Many machine and systems engineering companies are still uncertain about what Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) mean for their business model. Only a few of them have found their own strategy for dealing with the new trend. For partners of automation specialist Lenze, there is now ...

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PackML in the Cloud Captures IoT Value

Interoperability is essential to capture the full benefits of the Industrial IoT.  Using the PackML standard to monitor machine states could be the solution.  In this video ei3’s CEO, Spencer Cramer, shares his insight about the role PackML can play within the Internet of Things.  Recorded live from the Pack Expo Innovation Stage on November 8, 2016. Transcript: At ei3, I’ve been building industrial ...

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Top 4 Values of Machine IoT

Introduction Implementing an Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) strategy is increasingly important to companies that build machines. One reason is that their customers, the machine owners and users, have become aware that the IoT can offer them significant benefits and savings. They know that automated, analytical applications based on machine data will reduce downtime, increase production, achieve higher quality, and save energy. At ei3, ...

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Ei3 Joins Manufacturing Industry Coalition OMAC

Montvale, NJ (March 7, 2014) – Contributing to efforts that help shape the manufacturing industry worldwide, Ei3 Corporation, a global leader in remote monitoring and remote services technology for machine manufacturers, has joined the Organization for Machine Automation and Control (OMAC). Company leaders at Ei3 believe that the ISA88 Technical Report developed by OMAC’s packaging workgroup for the PackML standard will enable machines to ...

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