Connectivity to Truly Maximize on your Data
Machine-to-machine connectivity for enhanced business intelligence and process improvements. We put the Industrial Internet of Things to work for you!
Communication & Visibility
- Automated Retrieval Systems
- Scales, Palletizers, Transport Sleds, Tanks
- Automated Handling Equipment
- Proximity Sensors
- Outside Databases: Quality, Maintenance and more
Radley brings the IIoT together to help you:
- Calculate key performance indicators from your shop floor in real-time
- Track machine and user activities and events without the complexity of multiple systems
- Eliminate waste and decrease downtime for a more efficient manufacturing facility
- View OEE and OLE metrics from the dashboard—without the need for manual calculations
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IIOT AND CLOUD TECHNOLOGY
RADLEY BRINGS THE IIOT TOGETHER TO HELP YOU:
Calculate key performance indicators from your shop floor in real-time
Track machine and user activities and events without the complexity of many systems
Cut waste and decrease downtime for a more efficient manufacturing facility
View OEE and OLE metrics from the dashboard—without the need for manual calculations
Click below for answers to some frequently asked questions.
What is the difference between IoT and IIoT?
Industry 1.0 was marked by the transition of hand production to the use of steam powered machines. Then, in the late 1800’s, Industry 2.0 included technologies such as the telegraph and electricity.
Next, Industry 3.0 occurred during the second half of the 20th century. It saw the creation of digital advancements like widespread computer use. Finally, Industry 4.0 is the current stage of industrial transformation and includes connected devices and cloud computing.
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