ThingTech Launches Next-Gen IoT Platform for Enterprise Asset Management and Connected Field Service

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The ThingX Connect Platform will power the company’s integrated suite of IoT-enabled software to deliver real-time actionable and predictive analytics for asset, equipment, sensor and machine data.

“This release represents over one and a half years of development and engineering, and has been strategically designed for maximum flexibility, scalability, and ease of use." — Vlad Mijatovic, Chief Technology Officer, ThingTech.

ThingTech (http://www.thingtech.com), a leading software developer of Industrial IoT (IIoT) products, today announced the launch of ThingX Connect, a radically intelligent IIoT platform and product suite that integrates enterprise asset management (EAM), IIoT connectivity and field service automation. Assets—whether vehicles, heavy equipment, sensors, or power generators—that aren’t maintained properly will perform poorly, delay service delivery, result in costly breakdowns, and put the safety of workers at risk. Organizations that own, operate, and maintain expensive assets can’t achieve operational efficiencies without visibility into where these assets are, what condition they’re in, and how they’re performing. ThingX Connect offers an end-to-end solution that enables these companies to reduce costs, extend asset lifecycles, increase utilization, and improve service delivery.

ThingX Connect is a revolutionary platform that productizes the IIoT into a simple yet configurable plug-and-play solution. ThingX Connect integrates ThingTech Real Time to capture streaming data from IoT devices/sensors at the edge. Real-time data can be processed at the edge on the device’s SoC (system on chip) or connected to ThingTech Enterprise, a cloud-based EAM system with deep MRO and workflow functionalities. Finally, actionable intelligence gleaned from these insights can be extended to field service operations and visualized with ThingX Mobile, a responsive, intuitive, easy-to-use mobile application that enables field service mobility with GPS navigation and mapping, enhanced scheduling and dispatch, work order optimization, and many other mobile workforce management tools.

“We’re excited to release the new platform and products to the market and our existing customers. This release represents over one and a half years of development and engineering, and has been strategically designed for maximum flexibility, scalability, and ease of use,” said Vlad Mijatovic, Chief Technology Officer, ThingTech.

“The re-architected platform and products leverage industry leading user-experience tools and microservices, giving us the ability to store, run, process, and analyze big data at scale. As we grow we’ll continue to focus on high-transactional data processing to enable companies to operationalize data from any IoT-enabled “thing” using multiple wireless communication methods and protocols.”

ThingTech was founded to specifically address the needs of asset and field service-intensive organizations where visibility, accountability, measurability and performance of their assets, equipment, and mobile workforce is lacking, siloed, or not available . Our mission is to connect customers assets, devices, sensors, and people to generate actionable data to improve operations and customer service by connecting things in real time and generating actions - at the edge, cloud, and field.

About ThingTech
ThingTech provides an intelligent, scalable, end-to-end IoT platform and product suite that brings together all hardware, software, and data necessary to monitor and manage your assets in real-time, maximize asset productivity, reduce maintenance costs, extend and improve lifecycle and utilization, and streamline work processes from the office to the field. We give you the power to see insights hidden in your most important physical assets, equipment, and mobile workforce – and then use those insights to your strategic advantage.

ThingTech makes life better for people and teams who manage vehicles, assets, infrastructure, and field workers. We deliver solutions powered by the Internet of Things, and use the most advanced analytical tools to answer your biggest questions: where are my things, what condition are they in, how are they performing, and how can I operate with greater efficiency? For more information, visit http://www.thingtech.com or follow us on Twitter @thingtech.

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