e-nizing GmbH, a newly founded daughter company of Schenck Process, is launching e-nizing.io today: a platform to visualize the status of all machines, no matter whether it is Schenck Process- or any other equipment.
In today’s faster, digital, connected and complex world, the platform, which was launched to the public today, makes things easy: e-nizing. No matter which IoT solution a customer has in place, e-nizing brings it all together: simple, safe, generic and fast.
e-nizing is one app for all IoT solutions
Integration: e-nizing.io offers the freedom to integrate all IoT solutions. No data silos anymore as data can be collected from any machine (also non-IoT machines can be retrofitted), analytics or sensors. It is an open system, highly scalable and offers everything in one place, independently of its vendors
Visualization: e.nizing.io visualizes the status of the machine. Structured and clear.
Analysis: e-nizing.io provides data analyses through a variety of Add-Ons. Customers can chose to go either directly with e-nizing.io or with third party services
Action: Limits for every data point can be defined and thereby, any event can trigger a phone call, email or API call. This can be used for example to be notified if there is a problem in the plant or to order spare parts or maintenance automatically
The platform’s key characteristics
e-nizing.io is simple: e-nizing.io delights with a very easy and user-friendly application, which eliminates any need for training to work with it. Free accounts can be setup via www.e-nizing.io to test the systems’ easiness
e-nizing.io is generic: you can visualize any data and any machine with one clearly structured user interface
e-nizing.io is safe: highest security standards ensure that every user can see his own data only. The system is run with end-to-end payload encryption, every device has a unique ID and unique encryption key, 2-factor authentication and certified data security
e-nizing.io is fast: Machine integration can happen in no more than two weeks’ time: a feature, especially mechanical engineers appreciate