- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
- Business Operation
- Machine Condition Monitoring
Opel Rüsselsheim faced difficulties closely monitor on average about 60,000 messages a day which are critical to it's daily operations. This in turn affects the firm's ability to create innovative technologies that strengthen and guarantee the quality of its automobiles
About The Customer
Opel, a German automobile manufacturer and a subsidiary of the American General Motors Company, values innovative technologies that strengthen and guarantee the quality of its automobiles.
Opel Rüsselsheim uses CIMPLICITY software to monitor its sites. CIMPLICITY enables data acquisition, monitoring and synoptic visualization of production subsets, and supervision of automation.
Alarms For Automated Applications, Control System Alert
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