Rotronic Monitoring System

Overview and Architecture


The Rotronic Monitoring System is a modular system of hardware elements and web-based software. It provides maximum flexibility in installation and ensures readily available data. The data loggers record measurements from Rotronic and third-party sensors and transmit them to the secure database. It stores information and makes it available to users, regardless of whether they access the database via a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.

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RMS Industries and Applications

The Rotronic Monitoring System is one of the most flexible monitoring systems available on the market today. From small applications with one measurement point to larger systems with several thousand measurement points, RMS offers tailor-made solutions. Existing hardware can be integrated into the Rotronic system and, vice versa, Rotronic hardware can be incorporated into existing software. According to your wishes and requirements for a continuous monitoring system.

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RMS Architecture

With the continuous monitoring system RMS Rotronic meets the requirements of "IoT" and "M2M". Internet of Things (IoT) and machine to machine (M2M) communication are main factors in the design principles of Industry 4.0 that was introduced in 2011 at the Hannover Fair in Germany. The design principle is interoperability, where sensors, devices, machines and people can connect and communicate.

An IoT ecosystem is built up with sensors, that transmit data via a gateway to the Internet. The data is then stored in a certified datacentre. With software, the data is then analysed and again via the Internet, the analysed data can be sent out to remote devices.

This leads to another design principle which is decentralised decision making. From the remote devices and analytics, decisions can be made and commands can be sent, once again via Internet to the IoT devices. The remote devices allow for a third design principle: technical assistance. Services can be carried out directly from the results of the measurement devices.