|Date & time
10:00 a.m. CET/MEZ
07:00 p.m. AEST
03:00 p.m. CET/MEZ
12:00 p.m. AEST
|Place of event
Online, via Teams
Free of charge
Webinar on 18 October 2022
For over 50 years, we have supported our customers as a leading provider of automation solutions and are continuously learning when it comes to their requirements. The development of our IIoT software solution moneo is based on this. The focus is on topics such as simple implementation and use, efficiency, safety, time-saving parameter setting and intelligent condition monitoring.
For example, scan all IO-Link devices integrated into the production processes without involving the PLC and integrate new ones with just a few clicks. An integrated interface to the IIOD database makes the integration of devices from other manufacturers very easy.
moneo helps employees with plant monitoring and proactively reports deviations so that machines can be maintained in good time and failures can be avoided. Besides, comprehensive data analyses enable more precise fault diagnostics and conclusions about process quality. Downtimes and unplanned maintenance can be reduced, which contributes to cost optimisation of production processes.
Conventional condition monitoring systems usually offer static process value monitoring. If there are different operating states in a machine, such as different speed ranges, anomalies remain undetected with static limit values.
A more intelligent condition monitoring permanently adjusts the corresponding limit values by means of artificial intelligence and indicates any deviation. You can learn how to do this by carrying out 5 simple steps in the Smart Limit Watcher in moneo, and, of course, in our web seminar.
Here we have only collected a few facts for you. In our webinar, we will provide a lot more information for successful and good digitalisation.
An overview of what tools are available for optimising your production processes.
Potential customers who need structured information on digitalisation and want to know how they can generate further added value from their IO-Link devices.
Kai Bürger has been working at the ifm group of companies since 2018 - at ifm solutions gmbh (formerly ifm datalink gmbh) in product management. Thanks to his many years of professional experience in IT/telecommunications, he contributes his experience from the digitalisation processes already implemented in these areas to software development at ifm. In his role as product manager, he is responsible for the product definition and the introduction on the markets. The focus is on parameter setting applications in the form of software, smartphone apps and, in the future, cloud applications. In the field of Industry 4.0, he is the contact person for topics related to the digital twin and the Asset Administration Shell.
|Dr. Matthias Heesen|
Dr. Matthias Heesen is working for ifm since 2016 as user experience designer. His main topic is the design of interaction concepts for ifm moneo, especially the moneo RTM module. Thereby he focusses on user centered design - identifying the relevant user needs and gathering feedback about the concepts through user test. He has been working in the field of user experience design for 15 years now for example in the context of user interface design for highly automated driving or the design for automated bio tech workflows.
|Anna Maria Simon|
Anna Maria Simon has been Senior Sales Manager at statmath GmbH since July 2021. After completing her training as an industrial clerk, she studied International Management part-time from 2012-2016 and was quickly promoted to sales team leader. Specializing in high-tech products, she is the interface between customers and the statmath DataScience team at statmath GmbH. One of her main tasks is to manage the communication level of both entities so that everyone uses the common terminology. In this way, smooth and easy contacts are established, which turn into effective and valuable business relationships.