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Areas of Application

It is our mission to bring transparency to the world of industrial production, power generation and energy distribution plants. Using an iba system, you can be sure that your plants and machines are captured 360° and every single process within can be 24/7 seamlessly recorded and made visible.

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Failures in automated systems can lead to production downtime and inferior quality. Failure mode analysis is easily achieved for maintenance personnel that have access to the archived data.

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Process Analysis

Process analysis is made easy with an iba system. Being able to quickly and efficiently analyze process data is vital to process optimization.

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Quality Documentation

For documenting automated production systems and processes, quality data characteristics and calculated analytical values need to be stored in a reliable quality management system.

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Power Quality

Measuring and monitoring electric power quality is a crucial tool for energy producers, grid operators, and consumers alike.

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Condition Monitoring

Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) use vibration measurement in combination with intelligent analysis procedures to detect wear and tear on mechanical components at an early stage.

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Vibration Analysis

For reliable real-time monitoring of vibrations, offline analysis tools for optimization and validation are indispensable.

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The acquisition of measurement data in machines and plants is a basic prerequisite for your digitalization strategy.

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The basis of all process data analysis is the time-synchronous acquisition of relevant data at characteristic places within an automated process. Different signal sources can be combined. Due to isochronous measurement, causal relationships can be detected and understood, even in complex and distributed systems.

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