Corlina has been instrumental in helping us achieve our objectives for our Smart Factory Field Trial, particularly our goals for remote monitoring from Japan.
System of Trust™
Delivering confidence for your IIoT infrastructure
A Smart Factory environment is often fragmented, with an array of devices, systems, and software and the potential for changes to be made anywhere by anyone. Corlina brings order to the chaos by providing a realtime view into the current status of your connected infrastructure.
Tracking your data through and beyond the factory floor can be a nightmare. Is the data being captured correctly? Is it moving from the correct source into the appropriate analytics engine? Corlina tracks these flows and ensures your data reaches the right endpoints, so you have the confidence it's complete and accurate.
Corlina monitors each device, as well as the entire factory network, analyzing performance and notifying you of any changes that could cause potential issues. From production monitoring to predictive maintenance, Corlina provides an early warning system, so you can trust that every aspect of your factory ecosystem is performing as it should.
The easiest way to monitor your connected infrastructure
Corlina provides the only SaaS-based, hardware agnostic solution for managing your Smart Factory infrastructure. With our automated device onboarding, self-service customer setup, and lightweight software footprint, we’re the simplest yet most elegant solution for all industrial environments.
Unlike complex proprietary systems, Corlina’s Smart Factory System of Trust™ is simple to implement and painless to scale to meet your specific needs.
Unique Trust Metric™
Corlina’s proprietary Trust Metric provides a constant, realtime assessment of the stability and integrity of your Smart Factory ecosystem. Systematic Alerts and detailed recommendations act as your first line of defense against unexpected system disruptions, whatever the cause.
A traditional way for solution developers to guarantee the optimal performance of their systems is to take an “outside in” approach. This includes implementing firewalls and other gating systems to keep unauthorized users out, creating secure connections to external systems and data stores, and enforcing physical access policies to address
What Is the Meaning of “Trustworthiness”? Many (large) manufacturers have jumped in with both feet to Industry 4.0 / IIoT projects, lured by the promise of returns from improved efficiency, reduced downtime, and the like. The focus has been on connecting the applicable equipment, largely via sensors, to applications, typically
Manufacturers are adopting Smart Factory technologies that connect devices, production systems, processes and even entire factories in networked ecosystems that are more intelligent, adaptable and self-aware. The goal: actionable insights that can be used to increase productivity, make production processes more agile and generate new “outcome-based” revenue streams. But are