Honeywell launches cloud-based remote monitoring system for thermal processes

By Honeywell news release

Dec 07, 2017

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Honeywell today announced Honeywell Connected Plant Thermal IQ, a cloud-based remote monitoring system designed to monitor and manage critical thermal process data.

Thermal IQ is a remote monitoring solution for industrial and commercial thermal applications. It securely connects combustion equipment to the cloud, making critical thermal process data available in real time on any smart device. With Thermal IQ, maintenance engineers and plant managers can more effectively monitor and manage their thermal process equipment, minimizing unplanned downtime and maximizing uptime.

“In today’s competitive business climate, it’s vital that production and process systems deliver value by operating in the smartest, most efficient manner possible,” said Tim Lee, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Thermal Solutions. “Thermal IQ does just that, by sending customers actionable information from their combustion equipment which allows them to diagnose potential disruptions ahead of time to facilitate smart, safe operating decisions.”

This cyber-secure offering is part of Honeywell’s asset performance management (APM) portfolio, which helps customers improve asset performance, which ultimately leads to increased plant uptime. The product is available to North American customers now, with international deliveries of Thermal IQ expected later in 2018.

For more information about Thermal IQ, visit https://combustion.honeywell.com/Thermal-IQ.

 

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