BANGALORE, INDIA: NI, the provider of systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, recently hosted NIDays 2014. The event was attended by more than 800 engineers, academicians and researchers.
At the seminar, NI announced the launch of NI Insight Enterprise, a new software solution that helps companies gain insight into the health of their capital equipment for machine maintenance and operations. With more than 15 years of experience in condition monitoring, NI developed NI Insight Enterprise as its first end-to-end software solution that addresses Big Analog Data challenges and builds on the industrial Internet of Things.
Ultimately, it’s important for an organization to gain insight into the overall reliability of its fleet of assets or plant and NI is excited to help facilitate these types of Big Analog Data solutions.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) evolves to become more mainstream, NI is committed to closing the gap between vision and implementation.
The Internet has undergone various levels in its relatively short life span from consumer IoT to industrial IoT. This evolution will benefit individuals and businesses by removing physical barriers. Internet-powered technology innovation within the industrial operations space adds new dimensions to the technology space.
Alex Davern, COO, NI, said: “With the tremendous amount of aging machinery in power plants, steel mills and factories in India, the Industrial Internet of Things is a critical element that will ensure the uptime and optimization of these systems. We believe that the NI Insight Enterprise we are launching today will enable organizations to monitor critical machinery, analyze vast amounts of data and make meaningful business decisions.”
NIDays 2014 witnessed participation from NI customers and Alliance Partners across a range of industries including academics, health care, semiconductor, aerospace, automotive, life sciences, robotics and telecommunication. The application of the year was awarded to the team from National Aerospace Laboratories for their application titled Drishti Transmissometer.