With a user-friendly web-based user interface, the Phoenix Contact EMpro energy meter can be configured in 6 simple steps and integrated into the IIoT platform Proficloud.io and the EMMA Service. Reduce the time required to implement energy management from installation to cloud-based
Rising energy costs and strict legal requirements make measuring and analyzing consumption in companies more important than ever. There are now IoT solutions for this task that can be easily installed via plug-and-play and used with little prior knowledge. Two examples from production show how companies can benefit from this.
In this blog post, you will learn what you need to consider when implementing IIoT. Using a practical example, we will show you how to approach the complexity of the topic. In particular, a roadmap for SMEs is discussed.
The user guides in the Time Series Data Service enable users to quickly and effectively learn the basic functions of the Smart Service and, with the help of the guides, to adapt it to their needs.
In the Interactive Guides, the user is taken “by the hand” and guided through the most important actions in the Smart Service. In the User Management Service, these include inviting user, assign roles, create organizations and much more.
Our User Guiding is of course also available in the Device Management Service. The content of the guides is also divided into Overview Guides and Interactive Guides.
Learning always means dealing with Something. Often this is not so easy, because besides the energy, there is a lack of time and a lack of muse. As a rule, it is better to learn through dialog – i.e. not by staring at the screen or a speaker and trying to memorize what is shown, but by “learning by doing”.
For some time now, we have been gradually introducing an onboarding option in the various Smart Services, which can be used to conduct 1-to-1 meetings in the approach – without having to wait for a meeting.