Memex Inc. at International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) has plans to introduce its core IIoT communication platform – MERLIN and also showcase the next generation of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) hardware and software solutions.
At its booth E 3368, the company will highlight the next-gen of its acclaimed MERLIN platform which is touted to allow manufacturers to take control of their shop floor and optimize efficiency at a whole new level.
The company claims that MERLIN has enabled manufacturers to achieve upwards of 50% increase in productivity and over 20% increase in profit based on a 10% increase in OEE.
Citing on the new development, David McPhail, MEMEX’s CEO said, “Our next release of MERLIN is designed to be the most scalable and powerful plant monitoring software in the company’s history. With this release we will expand MERLIN´s value proposition for our partners and our customers by giving manufacturers the option to move their real-time machine monitoring off-premise and to scale their Smart Manufacturing needs as required for IIoT centric business outcomes.”
New smart-edge IIoT hardware connectivity solutions by MEMEX will open up the world of IIoT for manufacturing by translating a wide variety of digital, analog and other signals/protocols into MTConnect (the open source and royalty free interconnectivity communication standard).
David McPhail and Dave Edstrom, former President and Chairman of the MTConnect Institute and the current CTO of MEMEX, will be in booth E3368 to demonstrate the new software and hardware platform along with other MEMEX industry experts. Both McPhail and Edstrom were recognized as two of the top 30 Advanced Manufacturing Visionaries by Smart Manufacturing Magazine and can speak on a wide-rage of industry trends.
With these announcements MEMEX is reported to redefine what it means to truly know what is happening in your plant. Additionally, MEMEX will further showcase both shop floor monitoring, as well as providing MTConnect software and hardware solutions for any machine on the plant floor.
International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago from September 12 to 17, located at booth E 3368.