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By: Webmaster | October 23, 2017

How much does one minute of production downtime cost to my business?

This question is becoming more usual in companies. According to a study carried out in USA, the cost per minute of line stop in the automotive companies costs the firms the impressive amount of around 22,000 dollars. On the other hand, a similar study focused on data center downtime yields an average of $ 8,000 per minute. Today it is of the utmost importance to ensure the operation of production lines for business stability, which gives us an idea of the current impact of IT technologies on industrial companies.


That is why the control and monitoring of both parts of the business, IT and production, must be unified. The idea is to "monitor everything" in...

Category: Events 

Tags: Zabbix, Monitoring, Sensors, Events 

By: Webmaster | October 08, 2017

How much does one minute of your production cost?

This same question has been asked by many people and companies across the globe. According to a study in the US, the cost of production stops varies depending on the company, but could reach, for example, around $22,000 per minute in companies in the automotive sector. Moreover, a similar study focused on data centre shutdown times averaged $8,000 per minute. Today, a drop in the data centre of a company can probably force to stop all or part of the chain of production, reaching high amounts in losses of income. This gives us an idea of the weight and impact that IT technologies currently have on the network of industrial companies.

Category: Industry40 

Tags: Monitoring, Sensors, IoT, IIoT 

By: Webmaster | September 18, 2017

Business Challenge

Traditional vending machine owners face several problems: considerable expenses and inconveniences in their efforts to maintain, repair and upgrade vending machines without a centralized administration system to perform these functions. Maintenance and support costs are high because on-site visits are usually needed in order to check the machine status, solve troubleshoots, perform software upgrades, and complete repairs. Moreover, revenue is lost whenever a vending machine is out of order, a situation made worse when it takes days to discover and fix the problem. Another concern is being able to attract and engage new customers attending to the changing world, as well as younger customers accustomed to an always-connected...

Category: Industry40 

Tags: Cloud, Sensors, BigData, IoT, Alarms 

By: Webmaster | August 08, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become inescapable in reports related to IT. Each individual device on the IoT is identified by an individual Internet address, can access through the Internet and can interact with connected information systems. More and more devices are everyday connected to the Internet. According to the latest Gartner study, this year will conclude with more than 8 billion connected devices globally, representing a 31% increase compared to 2016. By 2020, it is expected that the number of "things" connected to reach 20 billion. These figures will bring total spending on endpoints and services to two trillion dollars in 2017.


On the other hand, not only elements of everyday life will be connected to the internet b...