Case Studies

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Anybus Case Study

1080 Motion: Wireless solution used for athlete testing

Wireless Bridge enables data from 1080 Motion’s neuromuscular testing machines to be transferred wirelessly to a computer for immediate display.
Ewon Case Study

Give Your Transformer An Extra Life

At the core of Tamini Trasformatori's system developed by W2W solutions lies the Ewon Flexy using MQTT technology for preventive maintenance.
Anybus Case Study

JSI: Always connected, always sharp

JSI has built an automated slitting machine with robotic blade changers. HMS technology gets the machine connected —in several different ways.
Ixxat Case Study

Power up with Ixxat

Ixxat CAN technology enables Super B in the Netherlands to get even more power out of their state-of-the art lithium ion batteries
Ewon Case Study

Thiele Technologies use Ewon for global remote support

Thiele Technologies use Ewon products to download revision system upgrades without the need for an on-site visit to their customer facilities.

Ewon Case Studies

Proaqua

Remote Maintenance with eWON and CPN satellite services at the Ends of the Earth

The company Proaqua, specialized in water provision decided to provide to its desalination plant a remote maintenance and communication structure. The company decided to fight the rural exode and quality of life in Namibia by implementing a desalination plant, turning the salty ground water present in this region into drinking water.
With the assistance of eWON and CPN, I have made a giant step closer to my goal
Sven Ketzer
Proaqua

The company Proaqua, specialized in water provision decided to provide to its desalination plant a remote maintenance and communication structure. The company decided to fight the rural exode and quality of life in Namibia by implementing a desalination plant, turning the salty ground water present in this region into drinking water.

Sven Ketzer, who has put the plant in Namibia into operation, explains:

"In just the first few days, many people came up to 18 kilometers from the surrounding area on foot or on donkey carts, to fill up with fresh water and take it home."

He was on site for several weeks, to make villagers familiar with the new technology. He then flew back to the company headquarrters, in Mainz. As this plant would be nothing without a permanent maintenance, Sven established a remote monitoring system before leaving.

This remote connection has been made possible in means of eWON technology combined with CPN satellite services.

CPN and eWON collaboration

By providing a PLC-controlled system remotely maintainable, the eWON technology made the management of the desalination plant in Namibia possible from Mainz or from anywhere else in the world through a direct and secure access to the control system.

The eWON technology is composed of an eWON industrial VPN router and an online server, accessible thought an internet connection and a simple and free software called ‘eCatcher’. The eWON router creates the connection between the PLC controlling the plant and the BGAN satellite transceiver providing the internet connection.

To connect the plant to the Proaqua headquarters in Mainz and implement a communication link, they decided to ask the services of another company from Rheingau: CPN Satellite Service which is specialized in communication solutions working via satellite and which makes data available worldwide.

"With the assistance of eWON and CPN, I have made a giant step closer to my goal"

The Project goes on thanks to remote maintenance

In this way, once a day, a status mail is send from Namibia from an eWON remote maintenance router to Sven Ketzer’s desk, who is continuously informed about the pH value of the water and key values about the fill level of the borehole water.

He can get into contact with the plant in Namibia via Talk2M and eWON on any internet connection, call up the relevant data and check the settings remotely and if there are any emergency messages, these reach Sven Ketzer immediately on its mobile phone. Another specificity of this structure is that it can keep data archiving of the variables in order to maximize machine uptime and productivity.

So he continued its project launched in Namibia and looked after the plants while staying in Maiz, supervising and managing the system from afar.

"For the people there it is really vital that the plant runs smoothly" says Sven Ketzer. With the assistance of eWON and CPN, he has made a giant step closer to this goal which was to provide a better quality of life to that population, who has to walk miles through the desert to find drinking water.

Benefits

  • Maintain a project from afar
  • Provide a connection with the headquarters
  • Perform a constant supervising
     

Anybus Case Studies

Ixxat Case Studies

  • Schaeffler_CANblueII

    Ixxat CANblue II make drive tests (more) tangible

    Ixxat CANblue II connects ECU of test vehicles via Bluetooth with tablet PCs and makes driving tests more „tangible“ by displaying vehicle data.
    Client
    Schaeffler Engineering China
  • ETAS

    Car simulator driven by IXXAT

    ETAS uses IXXAT PC interface boards to enable communication between their LABCAR HiL test system and different Electronic Control Units (ECUs).
    Client
    ETAS GmbH
  • Sarissa-INpact

    Connect two worlds with the IXXAT INpact

    Sarissa GmbH offers advanced assistance systems for position measurement and worker guidance right down to the last millimeter. The systems enable error-free production and are used in manufacturing, picking and assembly in the automotive, aerospace and general industry sectors.
    Sarissa Assistance Systems rely on IXXAT INpact to connect their local positioning system to customer‘s own worker guidance systems.

    Client
    Sarissa GmbH
  • excavating machine simulator

    USB-to-CAN compact – enabling data exchange within excavating machine simulator

    At Halmstad University in Sweden, work has been proceeding to develop a state-of-the-art simulator for an excavating machine. The prototype uses Virtual Reality to simulate the environment in an excavator. The VR goggles display what the operator would see in an actual excavator and the driver's seat also moves according to what the operator does – making the experience very real.

    Client
    Halmstad University in Sweden

 

 

 

 

 

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