Endress+Hauser is ready for the industrial 4.0 revolution and is closely following the process industry’s focus on reliability, leading to the development of more smart measurement instruments. Plant operators can now monitor how to improve their manufacturing processes and reliably check their instrumentations to watch performances. Endress+Hauser’s Heartbeat Technology breathes life into your measurement instruments, supplying diagnostics, verifying performance and monitoring process data to help you develop the right predictive maintenance and process optimization strategies.
Together with customers and technology partners, Endress+Hauser is striving to tap into the new value chain opportunities made available by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The People for Process Automation help plant operators utilize process and instrument data in order to increase system availability, reliability and efficiency. With its product portfolio, application know-how and technological vision, Endress+Hauser is ready for the IIoT.
The new iTHERM TrustSens hygienic thermometer is designed for the life sciences, biotechnology and food & beverage industries. For users who require full compliance with FDA and GMP regulations, iTHERM TrustSens offers a high degree of process reliability and system availability thanks to permanent inline self-calibration, thus eliminating the risk of nonconformities during production.
As a leading provider of technology for system and process reliability for more than 65 years, Endress+Hauser helps its customers to deal with the most demanding safety requirements. Users can rely on the company’s know-how and extensive expertise throughout the entire safety life cycle in the areas of explosion protection, functional safety and overflow protection in line with the German Water Resources Act (WHG) and the EU Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).
The acquisitions of Analytik Jena, Kaiser Optical Systems and SpectraSensors have enabled Endress+Hauser to expand its analytics expertise from the production environment to the lab. “We often encounter the same customers in both the process control and laboratory businesses. Our goal is to be able to support these companies along the entire value chain, from research, to product and process development, to production and quality control,” explains Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group. The specialists at Endress+Hauser can now illustrate how “laboratory and process” are tied together using examples from various industries.