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BMSvision unveils new data unit DU3 for textiles
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May '18
Courtesy: BMSvision
Courtesy: BMSvision
BMSvision (Belgian Monitoring Systems) has extended its latest generation data collection hardware with the DU3, a small and low-cost data unit for the textile and plastics industry. BMSvision is a leading supplier of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for discrete manufacturing, with focus on the textiles, plastics, and pharmaceutical industry.

Customers can now benefit from high-quality data collection hardware for a minimum investment. This compact, pre-wired unit allows a quick and straightforward connection of any plastics processing or textile production machine resulting in reduced installation costs. Energy consumption will also be kept to a minimum as this device has a power of merely 5 W.

Integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi assure a stable wireless communication with the MES server. As operators can easily enter why a machine is down, input the number of scrap and view production and planning information, managers will be able to respond swiftly to changing conditions and enhance operational efficiency.

Just like the other BMSvision data units, this device is also IoT ready and hence, future-proof. It has been equipped with an MQTT data broker, which means that all data gathered by this device can be accessed from anywhere and be made available to other applications such as ERP systems and third party apps. (GK)

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