METI’s Journey so far

Since the day of Inception in 2014, METI has been focusing on capturing data from various machines with ease. We have been building platforms to connect different sensors and machines with various protocols.

In the past 3 years, we have added clients from various industries in Manufacturing, F&B, Pharma and Solar segments. We have 70+ customers so far from various industry segments. Our database handles 5 million tags every day.

METI Customers

We are moving from data driven systems to Information driven systems. Our manufacturing suite can capture production data, energy and downtime data along with manual entries from downtime tracking and quality inputs. This is where the machine, man and material data sync and you get the big picture of a factory. We can add traceability to your factory floor and can bring accountability to machine downtime.

Our Solar suite is customised to provide String Level information for predictive maintenance.

Our cold food storage suite can help you deduct failure, send you alerts when the right conditions are not met. Prevent spoilage of food, beverages and dairy products.

Our Platform as a service model will help industries reduce CAPEX needed and deploy our solutions. Subscribe to know more about our pricing options to fit your Industrial application.

The biggest challenge we face is with the Machine interfaces. The non standard protocols used by various PLC suppliers is the biggest challenge in gathering machine data. Our Plug and Play platform is moving towards protocol independent solutions for manufacturing and packaging industry.

Our analytics team is working on adding segments and industry specific intelligence to data. Like predicting the failure of your milling or CNC tool.

3 Reasons to monitor temperature in an Industrial applications

Temperature is one of the most monitored parameter across spectrum of industries. Temperature measurement of various industrial process are constantly recorded using various techniques. But often it is quite ignored, with almost no information passed on to different levels in a factory. Here we tell you top 3 reasons to monitor various temperatures in an industry centrally.

Why do you monitor temperature in an industrial applications ?
Why do you monitor temperature in any industrial applications ? LOSS

1. Quality assurance of Product/component:

For any product rejected for quality, loss happens in entire chain from raw material, human effort, power, time to market and with all other components of the eco system that an industry needs to invest to make a product. Processes like annealing needs the right temperature to be maintained for the right amount of time to get right quality output. Glass manufacturing needs accurate temperatures through out the process to be maintained to get the right strength.
With today’s logging systems, the quality issues are mostly identified through batch tests or the customer facility, which may result in batch recalls.

Temperature Monitor

Eg: Automotive parts, Dairy, Oils etc

2. Sample storage:

Tissue culture samples in biotech and pharmaceutical industry needs right temperature for optimum growth. Change in temperature can only mean a loss of manhours.


Eg: Biotechnology, Pharma, Agriculture

3. Maintaining life of product. Eg: Beverages, food

If product demands controlled temperature for its life, on violation of specification, not only end product is lost, but components of an entire chain to create the product will have its impact. Cold storage system not only require monitoring for maintaining temperature but also to save energy. The temperature monitoring systems with intelligence can also act as an energy monitoring system and can help detect leakages in the system.

To summarise, in all the above cases, losses boil down to and reflect in employee pay check and with natural progression hits the per capita income when economics is worked out at national level. It’s interesting and surprising to know effect of one parameter called temperature!

How do you choose a right temperature monitoring for your Industrial application?
From decades industries are first to adapt new technologies to automate and maximise their profits. A simple temperature sensor like PT100, could be connected to various temperature data loggers. Below table gives an idea of data collection to information generation to decision making, towards quality by monitoring of a temperature in an industrial process.

For more information on how to monitor temperature in your industry contact the author

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