Did you know that equipment integration is a feature of InstantGMP™ software? InstantGMP, Inc. prides itself on customers having a personalized, customized, and interactive experience with our software solutions. As such, we often encourage customers to tell us about the equipment being used in their facilities so that we can make recommendations on how to connect what they already have to InstantGMP™. Once we know your specific needs, we can provide quotes and time tables for connecting your equipment to our software.
To learn more about Equipment Integration, please fill out a more information inquiry or contact Dr. Richard Soltero directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-657-0959.
Internet of Things (IoT) and Equipment Integration
A unique feature of the InstantGMP™ software is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform available in the system. This allows for a network of devices and electronic equipment, sensors, actuators, and much more the ability to connect and to exchange data for full integration with electronic batch records.
Any serial device or equipment with a serial I/O can be integrated the with InstantGMP™ IoT. The electronic batch records can interact with equipment for tasks such as requesting data or for opening and closing valves and circuits.
IoT has a multitude of benefits:
- Connected data to Batch Production Records
- Improved quality through increased accuracy and reduction of transcription errors
- Reduction of labor costs through automatic operations
- Multi-layer encryption tied to specific software databases
- Maximized uptime through Amazon's Web Service (AWS)
- Added traceability before, during, and after production
Integrated Equipment (Protocol already exists)
- Scale: ACCURIS-W3300
- Scale: Ohaus-EX35001
- Scale: RICE LAKE-420 Plus
- Scale: AD-FG Series
- Scale: Ohaus-RD35LM
- Scale: Ohaus-5000
- Indicator: Uline-LP7510
- Scale: Ohaus-Ranger 4000
- Scale: Mettler Toledo-PB303-S/FACT DeltaRange
There are two ways that equipment can be integrated with InstantGMP™: through a local connection or via a Web Device hub. The local connection requires a computer or other device to be directly connected to equipment while a Web Device hub is best suited for companies with multiple pieces of equipment scattered across a facility. See it in action for yourself by learning more about scale integration.
Web Device Hub