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The iTAC.IIoT.Edge is an all-in-one solution that combines streaming and batch analytics on one centralized, scalable platform with out-of-the-box access to MOM data.

The analytics solution serves as additional service to the Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM). This creates the basis for directly influencing manufacturing processes and impacting parameters in order to generate dynamic changes, to keep the overall process stable and thus to avoid errors. 

Unstructured sensor data such as vibration or temperature values are combined with structured MOM data to make the best possible prediction for your production. With iTAC.IIoT.Edge, forecasts can be made about machine conditions as well as upcoming failures or maintenance.


  • Linking of structured MOM data with unstructured information
  • Use of machine learning and other algorithms
  • Automated generation of warning and alarms


  • Increase of output and product quality
  • Predictions of machine and process operation
  • Avoidance of errors