HMS Networks and Canary Labs simplify Industrial IoT

Canary’s Enterprise Historian is configured to pull PLC data from Flexy’s embedded OPC-UA server, and data flows automatically from Flexy directly to the Canary Historian.

HMS Networks, working in conjunction with Canary Labs, is pleased to announce seamless integration with the Canary Enterprise Historian. The solution allows the Ewon Flexy router from HMS to log time-stamped process data with the Canary Enterprise Historian, with no programming required. The Flexy gateway pulls data from any supported PLC from ABB, Rockwell, Siemens, Mitsubishi, Omron, Eaton and others. Canary's Enterprise Historian is configured to pull PLC data from Flexy's embedded OPC-UA server, and data flows automatically from Flexy directly to the Canary Historian.


Canary's Process Historian is a full featured Time Series Historian designed to be easy to use and maintain. The Canary solutions offer Asset Model and Axiom, two software applications which enable quick and easy model building. Data from installed equipment is used to build a "digital twin" in Asset Model and Axiom allows the user to visualize the asset model . The assets can be monitored and tracked for unusual activity during the complete process and measured against defined limits. The events are then logged in the Canary Database for future analytics.

"The more we use Axiom, the more we're discovering advantages. The sky is the limit for our possibilities." - Tyson Trail, Production Engineer at Murphy Oil

Every manufacturer and asset owner can benefit from gathering more information from their equipment and this solution allows manufacturers to pull data from their inhouse machines as well as systems they ship to their end customers. "This off-the-shelf solution for connecting machines is yet another example of HMS making IoT solutions easy to deploy for machine builders and systems integrators" says Jim Fitzwater, Vice President of Sales at HMS Networks.

HMS Networks
HMS Networks is the leading independent supplier of solutions for industrial communication and the Industrial Internet of Things. HMS develops and manufactures products under the Anybus®, Ixxat® and Ewon® brands. Communication solutions for building automation are offered through the subsidiary Intesis. Development and manufacturing take place at the headquarters in Halmstad, and in Ravensburg, Nivelles, Igualada, Wetzlar and Buchen. Local sales and support are handled by branch offices in Germany, USA, Japan, China, Singapore, Italy, France, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands, India, UK, Sweden, South Korea and UAE, as well as through a worldwide network of distributors and partners. HMS employs over 600 people and reported sales of $143 million in 2018. HMS is listed on the NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm, category Mid Cap, Information Technology.
www.hms-networks.com

Canary
The Canary System is an industrial intelligence platform designed to help you collect, store, analyze, and distribute all your organization's process data. Canary has developed multiple software tools that all work together, providing you a complete solution at an affordable price. No matter the size of your organization, whether you have a single site or hundreds of facilities, Canary will help you maximize your operation. Founded in 1985 with a focus to develop solutions from the end user's perspective, Canary Labs has provided over 18,000 installations in 53 countries. Our clients represent private, public and government entities in all major industries.
www.canarylabs.com

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