Discover the hidden value within your machines

innius is a powerful smart industry software platform for industrial machine manufacturers and industrial machine users.

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These companies already work with innius®

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Data into business value…

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Industrial loT expertise for:

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Food Industry

innius allows Plant Managers to outperform what was previously possible as they strive to reduce downtime, waste, and energy costs, whilst ensuring throughput and quality. Industrial food producers like Dutch Bakery, Hellema and Pandriks use innius to gain deeper insights into their production line machinery. Decision making no longer needs to be based on instincts, but on real-time machine data, and long-term analysis, with OEE, Downtime and Batch reports.

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Feed Industry

As part of the Van Mourik Group, animal feed is part of the innius DNA. So, we understand the complexity modern feed mills face processing so many different product formulas. But for every machine connected to innius, the more grip a plant manager has of the situation. innius can deliver insight into how different feed formulations impact machine behaviour, such as how much energy is required, and identify process bottlenecks. This is invaluable data for understanding cost prices and planning the most efficient order in which to run batches. Furthermore, Industrial IoT can enable moisture-content to be used as a real-time parameter for running the production process.

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Packaging Industry

If you can measure it, you can manage it. Connecting packaging machines to innius, allows you to measure amongst others, efficiency, quality, and reliability. Real-time alerts and assigned tasks enable condition-based-maintenance to ensure packaging does not become a process bottleneck. Long term machine performance can be analysed with innius’ standard Downtime, Quality and OEE reports.


What is innius?

innius® is a powerful smart industry software platform for industrial machine manufacturers and industrial machine users. This platform supports the digital transformation of manufacturers and users through actionable smart data and smart apps. Machine manufacturers improve their customer experience by offering pro-active customer services such as remote machine monitoring and smart maintenance. Machine users apply lean manufacturing best practices supported by real-time production data to improve their core production processes. Manufacturers and users collaborate to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage by utilizing advanced data analytics and actionable business intelligence.

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At the cutting edge

Used in industry since May 2016, innius’ continually developing technology is at the cutting edge of a new industrial revolution. It incorporates the industrial internet of things (IIoT), industry 4.0, smart maintenance, servitization, cloud computing, mobility and social collaboration, to provide a powerful tool for machine manufacturers, production managers and operators. To see the latest developments, refer to our release notes or subscribe to our newsletter below.


Assets made genius

Minimizing equipment downtime and maintenance costs, whilst maximizing throughput and quality, are challenges faced by manufacturers and producers around the world. This challenge is difficult because insight of the metrics concerning machine behavior and the processes they conduct is usually so limited. Now imagine how much easier it would be if your machines could tell you exactly how they operate in real-time. Well, thanks to innius they can! See what an innius enabled machine could tell you.

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Success stories

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Itho Daalderop

“We’ve been able to take an existing factory and bring it to the manufacturing 4.0 level.”

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Tronrud Engineering

“We saw that our clients were asking for more, a good working machine was not sufficient anymore.”

oos consultant, Ron Stuver with Ecore's Banbury mixer machine


“Deeper insight into the Banbury mixer machine’s behaviour has helped them to increase productivity by between 10-20%.”

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