IoT for Food Processing Machine Monitoring
The market where the Minerva Omega Group operates is almost mature and subjected to competitive pressures almost mature and subjected to competitive pressures from Asian low-cost manufacturers. Typically if competitors offer prices, the average customer tends to buy products that cost less, even though they have higher maintenance costs and TCO.
Equipment & Machinery
- CONNECTIVITY PROTOCOLS
- USE CASES
Minerva Omega Group design and manufacture a wide range of machines and systems for food processing and preservation. The group is well established in the food industry. recognised at an international level and machines are all strictly made in Italy.
Solair found a hardware solution to acquire telemetry data in real-time and in Wi-Fi mode. On the software side, at the heart of the new DSC Nexus patented system called NEMOSY, the Solair platform makes it possible to consolidate the data collected, aggregate the relevant information related to the machinery, synchronize them with the external system. The information and data collected are then processed and integrated into the business process.
- DATA COLLECTED
- SOLUTION TYPE
- SOLUTION MATURITY
Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)
- OPERATIONAL IMPACT
Impact #1 [Cost Reduction - Procurement]
Solair's solution provides innovative services for lower TCO without a huge up-front investment.
Impact #2 [Efficiency Improvement - Maintenance]
Solair's solution is possible to establish specific control / maintenance policies for each kind of machine.
Impact #3 [Efficiency Improvement - Energy]
Better management of machines' costs and energy consumption is enabled by Solair's solution.
- QUANTITATIVE BENEFIT