SAM is able to automatically monitor customers’ equipment through sensor-based technology, thereby providing key performance-related, safety and operational data. As an ‘upgrade’, the system is built into the standard electrical panel on Spiroflow’s machinery by an in-house team of skilled electrical engineers and connected remotely via 4G/5G or Wi-fi.
Commenting on the new system, Spiroflow’s James Podevyn, said: “As an industry leader, it is important for us to embrace not only IIoT in all that we do, but also to support the private sector’s move towards industry 4.0. As an industry first, SAM will allow our customers to have unbiased facts at their fingertips allowing for an enhanced overview of equipment performance, together with the ability to quickly identify issues and rectify them.”
Alongside real-time demonstrations of SAM at the PPMA Total
And finally, don’t forget to drop by and collect your beer token to redeem between 4-5 pm Tuesday and Wednesday at the show!