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16-18 APRIL 2024, NEC BIRMINGHAM

IXON BV

IXON BV

Stand: J60

IXON Cloud is the all-in-one platform that makes remote access and IIoT easy and accessible for everyone. Developed by engineers, for engineers.

As machine manufacturer, you possess an enormous amount of specialised knowledge. Nobody knows your machines as well as you do. So, no one can offer service or optimise the machine like you can.

IXON Cloud is an end-to-end solution where the unique knowledge of the engineer, the machine and the data from the machine come together. All the tools you need to build smarter machines within reach.

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  • Create your own components for IXON Cloud The Component SDK ensures you're not limited to the component library in IXON Cloud. It allows you to create your custom component so it's exactly tailored to ...
  • IXagent: The software agent for IXON Cloud Securely connect any device to the IXON Cloud Install the IXagent on your controller and connect these, without any additional hardware, directly to IXON Clo ...
  • Overwhelmed by the IIoT landscape? IXON Cloud makes it simple with a flexible off-the-shelf IIoT solution from Edge to Cloud. Start improving machine uptime and implementing digital services today.
  • Try the IXrouter for yourself - 30 days on trial Test the IXrouter and all features of the IXON Cloud. Experience remote access to your machines in just a few minutes! Everything included for testing ...
  • IXrouter: The edge gateway to IXON Cloud Plug & Play connection between machine and IXON Cloud Connect your machine controls, HMI, robots and all other industrial devices in your machine to the LAN si ...

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  • IXON Cloud is an Industrial IoT platform made for machine manufacturers. Besides remote access, IXON offers you countless possibilities to customise your IIoT platform for any business case. 
  • A machine builder's job used to be done after delivering the machine. Nowadays, they remain involved throughout its entire lifespan. All to ensure that the machine runs as optimally as possible.  

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