What does Osmium allow you to do?

Osmium introduces real-time, two-way communication with your drives, PLCs, motors, pumps and other industrial equipment, enhancing the capabilities of your plant and giving you a level of control that previously was only possible on-site using HMIs.

Diagnostics reporting

Choose which diagnostic data you need for predictive maintenance of your drives, motors, pumps etc and management reporting on your industrial operation

24/7 visibility and control

Osmium continuously monitors equipment status and allows remote execution of tasks and commands, including fault resolutions, that previously were only possible on-site.

Performance analysis

Management users can run reports presenting data such as monthly, quarterly and annual availability, output, cost and other KPIs relevant to the business.

Customised user access

Define different user types e.g. engineer, operator, manager, guest and set user-specific and device-specific levels of system access.

HMI on your phone

Remote access to human-machine interface (HMI) data and commands previously available only on-site, avoids unnecessary site visits and accelerates fault diagnosis and fix.

Tailored to your needs

Osmium can be tailored to meet your specific requirements. It can be integrated into an existing control panel if required and new features can be added remotely.

Designed to meet modern needs

Connectivity to meet modern business needs.

Osmium is a cloud-based service that may be accessed remotely from any browser or mobile device, giving you greater control over your equipment. A local monitoring station works as a link between your existing control systems and Osmium. 

Flexibile communication to reflect local connectivity.

Osmium may be deployed over 2G, 3/4G, 5G or wifi.  This flexibility means that Osmium can be used remotely via the cloud or on a local area network (LAN). We were one of the first users of WM5G’s 5G testbed where we tested Osmium over the new 5G network standard.

Secure and robust. 

Osmium uses encryption and a modern approach to communication architecture to overcome security threats. It is also engineered to recover reliably and repeatedly from power outages at the remote installation, avoiding costly visits to restart equipment when power comes back on.

Control logic modification to reflect user knowledge.

Where equipment logic allows, Osmium can give you the capability to mask minor faults, allowing installations to remain active whilst a repair is organised.  In some cases, control logic may also be modified. In one recent example a wind turbine operator was able to increase productivity by lowering the cut-out wind speed of a wind turbine which suffered unwarranted regular interruptions to service due to its location at an unusually turbulent site.

Interested in finding out more?

Osmium offers a rapid, competitively-priced solution for remote monitoring and control of equipment. 

Get in touch if you'd like to investigate how Osmium could help your business.