IoT demo in production

SYS TEC electronic expands its own electronics production with Internet of Things application with its own devices.

The premium electronics service provider from Saxony, SYS TEC electronic, has developed a new IoT application for production facilities and successfully implemented it in its own electronics production. This gives customers and partners the opportunity to monitor their production, recognize possible failures at an early stage and be able to act in good time.

In the age of the Internet of Things, production processes are networked via intelligent individual components. The SYS TEC electronic IoT complete package enables retrofitting of existing machines and raises them to the industry 4.0 level. This allows maintenance intervals in terms of predictive maintenance and condition monitoring to be optimized and ultimately costs to be saved. In practice, the production manager has an overview of all important processes, is informed about errors (e.g. temperature drop or moisture loss) via an early warning system and is able to act promptly. Machine signals and power consumption can also be monitored. The latter in particular makes it possible to lower and smooth peak shaving and thus also reduce costs.

With sensor beacons and asset tracking beacons, among other things, a variable, intelligent network is built up that manages with the smallest amounts of data and sends them to the gateway. The special thing about this is the use of your own hardware. Using the in-house controls sysWORXX CTR-100 and CTR-700, which function as controllers with gateway function, the data of the beacons can be recorded, processed and sent. The data is visualized using Node-RED.

SYS TEC electronic is an electronics service provider for high-quality and customer-specific solutions in Saxony. In-house development and production enable individual hardware and software concepts from design and prototype construction to series production. It serves a wide variety of industries from industrial communication and automation to embedded systems.

Head of Communications

Jan Schulze