Maintenance Operations becomes Smarter with Customized Mobile Apps

Preventative maintenance is an import aspect of everyday life for not only businesses, this also affects everyone’s daily life from cable installation and technical service to hospitals, and remote healthcare monitoring, to HVAC systems, electric motors and a number of manufactured products that are used to keep things running in our daily lives.

Mobile apps are becoming the “Go To” tool for just about every industry, with Mobile Apps different industries are able to receive, view and share data while on the go, without a mobile application for your business can be a detriment to the growth of your business in the smartphone era. These mobile applications are helping to streamline business operations and helps to run the daily operations more efficiently.

The use of  Customized Business Applications in the service industry is spreading with good reason, it’s proving the highest levels of efficiency and improving field productivity for the technicians and engineers also bringing higher levels of confidence with their customers. Mobile apps provide the communication and data for not only the business and also for the customers, which in turn is providing amazing business insights to make changes to their operations.

Maintenance Operations becomes Smarter with Customized Mobile Apps

One of the examples of Mobile Apps are in, the healthcare industry is taking advantage of this technology to help remotely monitor vital signs of their patients. They are able to get real-time vitals of the patient and communicate with the patient about critical issues, without delays by having direct communication with home care patients.

In different industries, the need to monitor pumping station and other equipment in remote environments is crucial to access the health and the running states to assure that these products are constantly running. Mobile apps are playing a major role in quickly accessing that information and relaying it back to the home base for analysis.

Water management is another industry that is taking advantage of mobile apps to Remotely Monitor, track and even control the different scenarios in which water flow management is needed. With mobile apps, engineers and technicians are able to efficiently manage these operations with a tablet or a smartphone.

There are many applications related to the service industry that shows how the service industry is benefiting from mobile applications in many ways from receiving critical information, to transmitting that information to be later analyzed and in many cases mobile apps are used to do simple automated functions like scheduling tasks to technicians and engineers.

The use of mobile apps is growing and in the near future, there will be many more use cases for these applications to help business to be for efficient and productive.

Vensi, Inc has been working with mobile apps for a long time and have created many applications for businesses to be more efficient and productive. If your team is looking for innovative mobile application development.

Please contact us at vensi.com/contact_us to help create a product that will enhance your daily operations.

How Mobile Apps are Helpful for Monitoring Industrial Operations

The Industrial Internet of Things is seeing an increased interest in mobile apps by using rugged handheld units, and consumer-grade wireless technologies, to manage and control maintenance functions for remote locations.

Wireless technology in the plant environment is now making a difference in improving the operations of industrial plant environments by creating smarter maintenance by monitoring of different aspects of the operations.

Having mobile device on hand while working on the plant for is now become a critical tool for plant engineers to respond quicker. Laptops and emails were the first steps in creating mobility in industrial environments, but with smartphones and tablets, there is an even greater range of freedom to increase productivity.

These wireless technologies untie area managers from control rooms and machines to monitor for better production. Managers are now able to not only see where the problem is but can get alerts where problems can potentially arise, while with real-time data can analyze where to increase capacity for better optimization with quick responses to the status of the plant.

How Mobile Apps are Helpful for Monitoring Industrial Operations

Mobile apps are becoming the standard in plants across the country and the world to monitor the entire production plant. Now with the rise of the Internet of Things, companies are beginning to integrate existing systems into one app. This provides more analyzed data for managers to make better decisions on overall plant operations.

Benefits of Mobile Apps:

  • Local and Remote Monitoring
  • Device Management
  • Notifications and Alerts
  • Local Configuration

The Internet of Things is the single factor in the 4th Industrial Revolution, this revolution is changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another this will be unlike any transformation man has known. The 4th industrial revolution is a digital one and is evolving at an enormous rate disrupting every industry in the world.

This revolution is in it’s infancy stage, and with emerging technologies the possibilities are endless, companies are creating hardware and software that are creating innovative ways of gathering and tracking data.

Vensi has created a unique hardware solution BluTerm that is preserving legacy systems and equipment by providing connectivity to them with Bluetooth adapters. These adapters convert and send Modbus, BACnet, 4 to 20mA and 4 to 10v signals to a smartphone or tablet and to the cloud for status updates, critical alert, and any pertinent data to be analyzed.

Vensi’s BlueApp Solutions is a great way to get the remote connectivity and control from any industrial system or device, it’s not only simple to integrate but gives users all of the features they want and need. While others are still trying to figure out the Industrial Internet of Things, BlueApp is on the cutting edge of the Internet of Things technology.

For more information on our solutions contact us at vensi.com/contact_us

Physical Web: Connecting the Physical World to the Web

Physical Web
Most of the smart objects around us are eventually connected to the Internet, they are being connected to your smartphone through the internet to provide alerts or notify you on the status of your device. There will be a smartphone application for every smart object to control or monitor remotely those objects. These smart devices work great if you download the particular application, but the problem is that you need to download each application on your smart devices to control them. However, most users prefer to simply open a browser or one app and find the nearby smart devices to connect and control them.

Google has attempted to find a solution with a unique ecosystem called “The Physical Web”. It enables users to access necessary web pages nearby with their smartphones. It uses the Eddystone communication protocol to communicate with a user’s smartphone. So by using your smartphone, you can walk up nearby smart device and you can interact with it without installing a particular application.

Bluetooth Low Energy beacons pass the information that people need to access through their smartphone using the Physical Web just like an internet browser. So, every smartphone will have a web browser which will be compatible with Physical Web and browsers will use the Eddystone protocol to communicate with beacons. The browsers can read the smart device information to interact with devices such as switching on the smart light, lock/unlock the car door, tracking the bus at bus stop and so on. The Physical Web allows your smartphone to find the smart things around you.

How The Physical Web Works In Practically:

The Physical Web is a unique tool to manage the complexity of the Internet of Things. It helps us to control and navigate various smart objects in the physical world near by us. Start by configuring the beacons with your custom URL which you want to communicate with, place it where your customers expect to arrive and that is it! For example, Beacons provide important URL that direct to the web link to see the movie preview and trailers through physical web when you go nearby the poster, Physical Web make you track the bus you want to go and find the routes at the bus stop, help to find the vending machines, select the product and even go for the payment too.

Bluetooth Low Energy beacons are very important to the Physical Web, by providing right URL at the right place and right time. Beacons connect physical objects and that are able to improve the way to people interact with the things and spaces nearby. In addition to it makes a customer’s life easier by reducing the number of screens while getting what they need.

We at Vensi and BlueApp.io hope IoT make the Physical Web grow, it will be more widely accessible, extend to other platforms and also diversify the better user experience.