#1 analytics software for the packaging industry
Automatic real time information to reduce costs increase productivity improve engagement
EASY AND SIMPLE INDUSTRY 4.0 TOOL FOR packaging manufacturers
PackIOT is the only plug-and-play, cloud-based production software for data collection and analysis for the packaging industry.
With our unique 2 days installation process, our software helps you to identify the existing problems by providing deep insights into your factory’s data. You will start making better decisions and coming up with efficient solutions for your business.
We are fanatical for industry efficiency, big data, machine learning and data-driven decisions.
Simple and easy 2 days installation, executed by a team of packaging and tech experts
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Our mission is to help you to achieve your business KPIs.
Installation and System Setup
With your inputs, we bring your needs and parameters into PackIOT, all remotely
Deployment and Training
Our gateway gets connected to your existing PLC’s and in only 2 days PackIOT is running. No local servers needed!
Our Customer Service team will be always available to help you get insights from your data and drive improvements.
Do you want to improve the quality
of your factory data?
→ up to 80% of time reduction in manual data logging
→ 70% faster reaction to downtime
→ ROI in weeks, not years
→ 98% of operator engagement on the platform
→ Immediate identification of bottle necks
→ User-centric software, generating value for everyone
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WE ARE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION FANATICS
Our mission is to help packaging manufacturers initiate or improve their digital transformation journey. Through IOT, Big Data and Machine Learning we have been helping our clients to access powerful reports and get actionable insights to run their businesses more efficiently.
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Some questions you might have.
PackIOt can be integrated with MES and ERP systems. We can export data from predefined formats, which can be imported and connected to existing systems. For example, the information on POs can be imported to PackIOT’s system through CSV documents, or by integrating with the current one which already carries this information.
Depending on how many lines you have and in how many sensors per line you will need, you will need one or more of the following: TVs for the lines, CLPs and Raspberry Pi Kits to connect to our cloud, and tablets for the operators.
With our software, you will be able to have information about the OEE of your factory, the scrap rates of your lines/machines, how are the numbers of production every day, week and month, for how long did the machines stop.
Our software does not require any kind of special customization, which means that we can offer a low-cost solution which is plug and play, with no need of having someone at the factory for a long time to install and train people.
Our implementation process takes about two months, from the moment we start discussing the first details, until the moment we have everything set to start running PackIOT at your factory.
Yes, besides getting data from the PLC it is also possible to use existing sensors from machines. The signals are then sent to an additional PLC (programmed by PackIOT) and then processed. Normally two signals by machine are enough: one of input, reading parts being fed into the machine , and one of output, reading the amount of good parts being produced.