FENASUCRO, which ends Friday, August 28, once again brings the presence of the most important companies of the sugar cane sector in Brazil and worldwide. InduSoft is exhibiting at BK13 booth Hall 2 of the exhibition center Sertaozinho, SP.
Among the trends for the industry is the use of drones to improve monitoring of sugarcane plantations. These small aircraft can track all cultivation activity and alert operators and managers about any potential issues, including erosion detection and other problems that can occur in sugarcane fields.
In addition to using drones to increase planting efficiency, Industry 4.0, or IoT (Internet of Things), brings the possibility of a swift disruption to plant automation models in the industry. IoT implementation is possible with existing technology, and is already implemented in many plants. It is possible to automate almost every aspect of a sugar cane plant, and Industry 4.0 opens even more options for connecting intelligent systems to provide increased efficiency in the production of ethanol, sugar and energy.
One of InduSoft’s primary focus points has always been anticipation of new technologies of the market, and with Industry 4.0, it is no different. In addition to all the new InduSoft Web Studio features for the sugar and alcohol sector, version 8.0 features the introduction of a new product; IoTView. IoTView is a product-agnostic platform specially developed for users of InduSoft who do not wish to be limited to only one operating platform or family of technology.
To learn more about IoTView and every version of the new 8.0, such as access to field applications from any mobile device and the native integration of InduSoft with equipment from every major manufacturer, visit booth BK13 to speak to an InduSoft representative, or get in touch by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an online demonstration.