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Sage Clarity, IIoT Solutions Provider, Releases ABLE 4.2 for Manufacturing Operations

By Alex Passett
January 24, 2023


 

In IIoT, up-to-the-very-minute device data has to be complete, accurate, and reliable. That’s as clear-cut as it gets. In order to streamline IIoT setting operations and reach measurable increases in safety, customer satisfaction, and profitability, the quality of the data is paramount.

An IIoT solutions provider that knows this well is Sage Clarity, as the company’s smart and proactive insights aim to substantially power next-big-thing progressions in this space. Last week, Sage Clarity announced the release of ABLE 4.2, which includes the powerful Factory View Historian function as part of its new features and improvements.

As Sage Clarity’s flagship manufacturing software, ABLE (Automation Business Logic Engine) is cloud-based and provides real-time root cause analysis as part of the Sage Clarity MES product suite. ABLE models both machines and full production lines with no modification to PLC logic. It’s non-intrusive, and it produces 20% higher data fidelity for actionable intel. (ABLE also integrates IoT edge data into business systems––MES, SCADA, and ERPs.)

Now, ABLE 4.2 represents the next noteworthy iteration with its Factory View Historian functionality.

Factory View Historian is designed to help organizations fulfill needs in both processing and packaging operations with live graphics and diagnostics, and the ability to marry analog data with different ABLE production views. For processing, it’s able to take data (along with variables like temperature and pressure) and correlate process steps with related parameter data. For packaging, Factory View Historian in ABLE 4.2 can plot line speed info and ramp up/down data against production state model data to correlate downtime and centerline information. It can also help assess conveyor health KPIs and plot multiple analog data streams for V-Curve Bottleneck Analysis.

In short, it packs one heck of an IIoT punch.

John Oskin, President of Sage Clarity, is very excited about ABLE 4.2’s release. “There is powerful potential in our Factory View Historian feature,” Oskin said. “ABLE continues to evolve with new functionalities, meeting the growing demands of digital factory operations across multifaceted value streams.”

This is all good news, especially since a Forbes estimate suggested that the IIoT market will grow at an approximate 40% annual increase until 2024. Now, Sage Clarity’s ABLE 4.2 is here to unlock even more value for manufacturers interested in that growth via supporting their digital infrastructure.

More ABLE 4.2 IIoT info can be found here.




Edited by Alex Passett
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