Machine to Machine
Machine to Machine
Machine to Machine (M2M) technologies refer to the system in which wireless and wired systems can communicate with other devices. In industrial processes, a Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) is a type of Industrial Control System (ICS) that monitors and controls processes. M2M systems serves as automated routine checkups for certain machines in an industry.
HABEY provides everything needed for seamless telemetry operations between M2M communication. Some current uses of our systems are in Sewage Disposal Systems where the system monitors the entire system from beginning stages to end. Every part of the system has a specific need and with those specific needs requires specific maintenance activity monitored by a M2M system. We offer you the solutions needed to complete tasks quickly, efficiently, and cost effectively.
In public infrastructure such as a water treatment facility, machine to machine services can provide city officials with information of the raw water supply and if the supply is safe and drinkable. There are sensors placed around the city’s water supply to detect if there are any contaminates in the water. When the sensor is triggered, it sends a wired or wireless signal to the city’s network and the software will detect the signal and alert an engineer to fix the problem. M2M systems not only make operations run smoothly, but can also help detect anything that can harm the general public.
- Manufacturing, Production, Power Generation, Fabrication, and Refining
- Infrastructure – Public or private
- Facility Processes – HVAC systems, access and energy consumption
- Vending Machines
Wherever there is a system within a production line for any industry, there is an opportunity to optimize the system for quick, efficient and cost-effective processes. Utilizing M2M technologies such as sensors or meters helps monitor levels or statuses of anything needed to be measured (i.e. temperatures, contaminate levels, inventory levels, etc.) without the need for human capital to go out to sites for manual verification.