The basis of all process data analysis is the time synchronous acquisition of relevant data at characteristic places within an automated plant. Like a flight recorder, the iba system records and stores various measurement data available for the long term. The data is recorded continuously (24/7) or triggered by certain defined events. Signals chosen by the user can be visualized on the live monitor.
Due to the isochronous measurement, causal relations can be detected and understood also in complex and distributed systems. The iba system acquires all relevant data in technological plants.
Independently, whether fast analog values (up to 100kHz) coming directly from sensors, data exchanged over field buses or variables from automation systems. Everything can be set into relation to one another.
time- or event-triggered
simultaneously for different user groups
of all recorded data