Business-critical, connected assets are the lifeblood of your industrial organization. Using
actionable data to manage and control millions of assets requires scalable, secure IoT-device
management. This functionality closes the data-feedback loop, allowing two-way communication
between devices and the tools that monitor and analyze them, to enable data-driven actions.
When you use data to manage and direct your connected assets – automatically, all at once, and from any distance – you drive better operations.
DataV Manage provides vital IoT-device management capabilities, bringing a near real-time, network-wide picture of your assets’ health, as well as two-way data communication.You can’t reach every IoT asset in person, even if you wanted to. Remotely control and automate device configuration, actions, and lifecycle management
DataV Manage provides a near real-time, network-wide picture of your assets’ health, as well as two-way data communication. With it, your business can fully utilize data to manage and direct any range of IoT-connected assets across the enterprise — automatically, all at once, and from any distance — in order to drive operations and achieve target outcomes.
Direct Machine Control – Save time and money with data-driven automation: Sends rules-based commands back to devices to reset machines, change configurations, turn them off and on, update software, etc.
Smart Search – Effectively isolate the devices you want to manage: Filters millions of devices by specific characteristics to find subsets for examination and management.
Smart Groups – Be smarter and more efficient in managing millions of devices: Organizes devices in logical ways (e.g., by attributes, asset model, IP subnet range, geolocation, etc.) for study and manipulation; groups update each time a device is provisioned or decommissioned.
Security – Protect assets against hacking and unsanctioned control: Includes best in- class security features (e.g., certificate authentication, role-based user authentication, SSL encryption, HTTPS) to protect asset data flow and improve awareness of asset behavior, applications, and restrictions; verifies identity of new devices interacting with DataV apps; isolates devices within subnets for monitoring and analysis.