The WAGO Cloud is a Microsoft Azure-based IoT solution that is optimally tuned to WAGO hardware and offered by WAGO as SaaS (Software as a Service). Data from various machines and systems can be collected centrally and be visualized, for example, by using trends and graphics. The user can easily access his data remotely at any time. WAGO Cloud can also serve as a data hub for third-party systems / WAGO IoT partners, in which the data can then be analyzed, for example.
WAGO Cloud is characterized by simple and user-friendly operability and has been developed for users without in-depth IT know-how. It comes with everything the user needs for central data evaluation. Thanks to its app structure, WAGO Cloud can be operated intuitively. Many standard functions, such as visualization, remote maintenance or alarming, have already been set up.
The foundation for WAGO Cloud is Microsoft Azure. Hosting is done in secure Microsoft data centers in Europe.
In a nutshell:
The WAGO Cloud is a Microsoft Azure-based IoT solution that is optimally tailored to WAGO hardware.
The WAGO Cloud was developed by M&M Software (WAGO Group) - the partner for integrated solutions in the field of industrial and technical software solutions.
WAGO Cloud Individual
In many applications, the features of WAGO Cloud are enough to digitally map processes. With WAGO Cloud Individual, it is also possible to create application-specific cloud solutions. Working with you, we check your individual requirements and develop the right approach for you. WAGO Cloud serves here as a basic platform, so that we can start directly with the actual extensions, for example:
- Custom branding (logo, color...)
- Additional Apps in the Web Portal
- Additional evaluations / visualizations, e.g. with further Azure Services (PowerBI, TimeSeries Insights...)
- Special interfaces to external systems such as ERP, CRM, billing systems.
- Hosting of the WAGO Cloud in own Microsoft Azure Subscription
- Definition of your own business model
- 3rd party hardware support
WAGO Cloud Individual - Example
A manufacturer wants to offer their end-customers a battery monitoring solution as an additional service. The data is collected and analyzed via WAGO cloud to identify charge status, maintenance requirements and optimization potential.
An additional app in the web portal offers clear graphical evaluations for end customers and service technicians.
A plant operator carries out energy reporting across several locations. This is done monthly using manually maintained Excel sheets. The future goal is to record and evaluate the energy data continuously and automatically.
Live energy data is collected by WAGO controllers and sent to the WAGO Cloud. The data is exported daily to the cloud solution - specially developed for the plant operator - and evaluated using Microsoft PowerBI. In this case, the evaluation also uses other data sources.
In a nutshell:
Individual requirements that are not supported by the WAGO Cloud standard version can be implemented by us with the WAGO Cloud Individual.
Consulting in Strategy, Requirements and Solution Concept
M&M's customers have access to our all of our many years of experience in the development of industrial software solutions.
Cloud-based power data analysis
If hackers or a technical power failure breaks a company's servers, outages can cause millions of dollars in losses.
The networked scale - Bizerba Condition Monitoring Platform
Machines and systems should work trouble-free. Only in this way can they work economically, profit-oriented and contribute to a smooth process. Failures are disruptive and expensive.
Visualization and analysis of energy data in the smart grid
The world of energy is changing: whether through photovoltaic systems on rooftops, solar parks or wind turbines. In the past, energy was mostly centralized, e.g.
Optimized energy generation and management using WAGO Cloud
Electricity is an indispensable part of daily life; Reliably available at all times, so that daily life is as usual.
Agriculture: Targeted Rain from the Cloud
"Producing more with less", i.e. satisfying the rising demand for food while at the same time ensuring sustainability - this is the challenge agriculture has to face.
Industry 4.0: Artificial Intelligence
In the future, Artificial Intelligence will play an increasingly central role in all industries.
Remote Device Access
IoT devices usually connect to the Internet (the cloud) using special telemetry protocols - they are ideal for sending data.