Digital commissioning application and Netilion turnover package provides added value services to ensure projects stay on time, on-budget, and up to date on project steps.
Endress+Hauser expands end users’ digital experience on instrument projects with the release of their digital commissioning application and Netilion projects digital turnover package. These new capabilities empower the plant startup team to mitigate project risks while staying on time and budget, and to track progress in real time.
The digital service experience enables users to digitize projects for efficiency, eliminating time consuming manual coding and progress reports. Users are able to see project work progress across the field devices startup phases in real-time and can flag any potential issues on the commissioning app. Visibility to issues enables users to reallocate resources to keep the project on time. The web-based application workflow is tailor built to field technician and project manager user’s needs for greater productivity.
Instead of manual loop folders, documentation is generated digitally and stored in the Netilion Library digital service application. This paperless storage eliminates manual retrieval to facilitate development of a turnover package complying with project deliverable requirements.
Netilion Library helps users organize asset records, drawings, pictures, files, and turnover package documents. It is a file sharing and data management service for the complete life cycle of an instrument. This saves significant time when carrying out maintenance or engineering activities since the often-tedious search for information is eliminated.
Project benefits include:
- Real time visibility and insights of work progress, issues and completion
- Efficient project setup, automatic data sheet, tag lists and template uploads for improved work planning
- Collaborative, dynamic digital guide for work process execution
- Intuitive, easy app for all techs and supervisors to learn, use and enjoy
- Evergreen digital turnover package powered by Netilion IIoT connected services
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About Endress+Hauser In The U.S.
Endress+Hauser is a global leader in measurement instrumentation, services and solutions for industrial process engineering. Endress+Hauser provides sensors, instruments, systems and services for level, flow, pressure and temperature measurement as well as analytics and data acquisition. We work closely with the chemical, petrochemical, food & beverage, oil & gas, water & wastewater, power & energy, life science, primaries & metal, renewable energies, pulp & paper and shipbuilding industries. Endress+Hauser supports its customers in optimizing their processes in terms of reliability, safety, economic efficiency and environmental impact. The Group employs nearly 14,000 personnel worldwide and generated [net sales of] more than 2.6 billion euros (2.89 billion U.S. dollars) in 2019.
About The Endress+Hauser Group
Endress+Hauser is a global leader in measurement and automation technology for process and laboratory applications. The family company, headquartered in Reinach, Switzerland, achieved net sales of over 2.6 billion euros in 2019 with a total workforce of 14,000.
Endress+Hauser devices, solutions and services are at home in many industries. Customers thus use them to gain valuable knowledge from their applications. This enables them to improve their products, work economically and at the same time protect people and the environment.
Endress+Hauser is a reliable partner worldwide. Own sales companies in 50 countries as well as representatives in another 70 countries ensure competent support. Production facilities on five continents manufacture quickly and flexibly to the highest quality standards.
Endress+Hauser was founded in 1953 by Georg H Endress and Ludwig Hauser. Ever since, the company has been pushing ahead with the development and use of innovative technologies, now helping to shape the industry’s digital transformation. 8,000 patents and applications protect the Group’s intellectual property.
For more information, visit www.endress.com.