Data Infrastructure and Interconnect – Dynamic M2M
Industrial Network Infrastructure for Factories, Data Centers, and Connected Machines
Dynamic provides system expertise and cutting-edge solutions from top of the line hardware providers of industrial data, control, communications, safety and power management products.
At Dynamic M2M we recognize the need to connect everything, place compute power where it is needed, and apply actionable solutions. Ethernet infrastructure is the foundation of intelligent, more efficient, and safer machines and factories.
Industrial Ethernet is the foundation of intelligent machines and more efficient factories. IIoT and Industry 4.0 solutions are creating massive amounts of unstructured data. Your business needs to get that data to the enterprise level on demand and in real time for better decision making. With the speed and amount of data that can be communicated over a single wire, networked I/O is a great solution for M2M communication as well as internal machine architecture. In order to turn your data into ROI for your business you need actionable solutions that place computational power and data storage closer to the location where it is needed, thus allowing you to improve response times and save valuable bandwidth.
Performance – Carry the Data Across all Applications in Real Time
Availability – Uptime improves quality, yield, and safety
Scalable – Ability to adjust as demand fluctuates
Security – Minimize threats as your network expands
Automation has kept manufacturers competitive in a global marketplace, but it can be difficult to achieve reliable communication among the specialized devices and protocols. With the help of Dynamic M2M products, manufacturers all over the world have been able to connect legacy equipment to modern control systems, monitor harsh environmental conditions at production facilities in real-time, and seamlessly convert between proprietary and open device protocols.
Most industrial organizations often do not consider the investment in their Physical Layer. They want a high-performance intelligent factory that can predict maintenance needs and produce better yields. So, they invest in these special sensors, machines, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics, but have not considered the backbone … To meet the demands of these new technologies you will need careful planning of your hardware and connectivity. Poorly planned infrastructure investment can result in a never-ending cycle of patchwork solutions until the next failure. This ends up costing large amounts of money to get back up running and the hours of downtime leading to lost revenue.
Do you have an IIoT project idea? Looking for a solution that’s easy to deploy, use and expand?