Several industries are aggressively exploring how novel technologies across sensing, connectivity, device and data management can transform their business. However, industrial companies inherit decades of legacy hardware, software and design decisions. These, while limiting flexibility in new development, can unlock a tremendous amount of value if effectively leveraged by and integrated into new strategic initiatives. The ability to seamlessly interoperate with this legacy infrastructure, breaking the ‘siloed’ approach that has characterized more old-fashioned architectures, will be key to adoption and success of Connected Industry strategies.
Alleantia provides a scalable and cost-effective data collection, standardization and distribution solutions from wire to cloud, for pervasive machines data access and comprehensive information sharing within the enterprise and across its extended supply chain.
Alleantia’s XPANGO technology transforms any electronic device into a smarter connected device, enabling enterprises to reduce cost and time to connect their existing assets to its systems and processes, with substantial savings in project costs and Capex for replacing fully working but ‘not connected’ devices in use. Company also provides a marketplace with many Industry 4.0 applications, helping to ensure fast integration with industrial machines and production systems “connected by Alleantia”. These IIoT Apps include product life-cycle management (PLM), manufacturing execution systems (MES), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), flexible manufacturing systems (FMS), data analytics/predictive maintenance, enterprise resource planning (ERP), and customer relationship management (CRM).