Data, Insight and Clear Understanding of Power Events
The Innovolt Management Cloud (IMC) provides users with critical insight and control into the power environment of their key electronic assets. By collecting and aggregating data onto our secure cloud, including the frequency, type and location of power-related events, the IMC provides valuable information to users about their power environment.
The standard IMC subscription provides aggregated data, trends, graphical dashboards, and summary views. This provides the necessary tools for businesses to predict, measure and maximize the performance of electronic assets across their enterprise from an easy-to-use, web-based dashboard.
The IMC’s time stamping of power related events allows for easy correlation with service and error code data. The IMC Fleet option additionally provides distributed control of electronic assets with its remote power cycling capabilities.
Connected Innovolt devices communicate automatically with the IMC. Data collection is also available using the Innovolt Power Doctor or Power Doctor Plus for non-connected Innovolt devices. Access to the configurable data is available from any internet-connected device for analysis—giving users a clear understanding of all power-related events.
The Innovolt Management Cloud ensures system uptime and data integrity by allowing users to monitor their fleet of electronics through a web-based dashboard that is easily accessible to service departments.
- Fleet and device level aggregated power information
- Protect equipment while analyzing and consolidating data from all sources
- Remote power cycling with connected devices
- Predict, measure, and maximize the performance of electronic assets
- Access to data from any connected device
- Clear graphical representation of collected data
- Data presentation in multiple formats
- Differential readings with date comparisons
- Print-friendly reports
- Simple data export capabilities to correlate with service calls
- Easy integration with existing troubleshooting and diagnostic tools
Big Data drives our business decisions every single day. As it continues to grow in both girth and in importance, we cast more and more of our reliance on the "Internet of Things" (IoT). This, of course, is the phenomenon we’re watching unfold—nearly in real time—where electronic assets are continually outfitted with the ability to connect to the Web. It moves way beyond smartphones and tablets and has the ability to connect nearly any electronic device.