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Jumo technology for the digital age

May 2021 IT in Manufacturing

Global data volumes are growing exponentially as a result of digitisation. More and more industrial processes are being monitored, analysed and automated using sensors. The new Jumo Cloud and the Jumo smartWARE scada make an important contribution to the development of the intelligent factory of the future.

For many years, Jumo has been evolving into a supplier of industry-specific complete solutions for which it also produces the complete hardware. The portfolio stretches from sensors to controllers, paperless recorders and powerful automation systems.

The Jumo Cloud is the next logical step in this development. It is based on the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, which is cloud-based application software with a predefined user interface.

Visualisation and analytics

As an IoT platform for process visualisation as well as collecting, acquiring, analysing and archiving data, the Jumo Cloud provides a global access point to measurement data, using conventional web browsers. It is characterised by a high degree of security as well as valuable visualisation, alarm and planning functions. Customers can use the service to monitor several distributed plants, processes, or sites in one dashboard, which, in turn, increases process reliability.

Jumo uses a redundant and certified infrastructure for data storage, as a result of which users save a significant amount of time. Professional reporting and export functions considerably reduce the effort required for data acquisition requiring proof. The company works exclusively with European data centres, which means users can rest assured that all GDPR standards are met.

The possibilities provided by the Jumo Cloud span from simple alarm messages through to condition monitoring and complete plant control. The system has been configured to integrate seamlessly with the new hardware and software platform Jumo Jupiter, which is the key component in the equally new automation Jumo variTRON system.

Jumo smartWARE scada was developed along with the cloud solution. This software solution is located in the automation pyramid at the control level and provides easy access to measurement data using conventional web browsers. It offers functions for process visualisation as well as for evaluation and archiving the acquired data.

Scalable digitisation platform

Visualisation occurs through an editor that has an integrated animation and test tool as well as vector-based, self-scaling process screens.

As a result, Jump smartWARE scada is a highly scalable and high-performance digitisation platform that supports manufacturing as well as work processes with efficient visualisation, alarm and planning functions. Thanks to its modern web-based interface, customers can access it without having to install any software. As a system that supports multiple clients, user rights can be configured on an individual basis. Security is guaranteed by end-to-end encryption with possible two-factor authentication using the latest technology.

When paying for the Jumo Cloud the customer can choose between a flat rate and a pay-per-use model. The cloud memory can be flexibly expanded and adapted to the respective customer’s individual requirements, while Jumo smartWARE scada allows variable and customer-specific pricing.

The Jumo engineering team with its many years of expertise, assists in the implementation of industry as well as project-specific cloud and scada applications. By combining high-quality hardware, a modern cloud-based environment and innovative engineering services, the company is able to offer a comprehensive hassle-free package for users from a diverse range of industries.


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