E2E for OEMs
Accelerating Smart Equipment Environments
OEMs are in a new era where producing and offering smart, connected products is paramount. Intelligent, connected, data driven systems are reshaping OEMs’ business models, service delivery and value.
Lynxspring’s Edge-to-Enterprise (E2E) solutions for OEMs consist of everything you need to incorporate a proven; open platform on your equipment and provide enhanced service offerings to your customers such as remote diagnostics, preventative maintenance, and real-time performance data on efficiency and uptime.
Lynxspring’s E2E solutions for OEMs are everything you need to enable smart equipment and provide enhanced service offerings to your customers.
E2E for OEMs solutions deliver connectivity, integration, interoperability, data collection and organization, remote access and analytics via one single, unified platform. They support a variety of applications, development tools, and open source access along with an open hardware platform and the power of Cloud services.Technically designed to your specifications, Lynxspring’s edge-to-enterprise solutions incorporate frameworks including the Niagara Framework, modular, embedded hardware and a data ingestion and visualization engine that support multiple protocols, two-way communications and access to real-time data.E2E for OEMs enables command-and-control of equipment in addition to system management and delivers data-driven insights and trends. This helps you identify issues to optimize performance, increase efficiency, innovate user experiences, and enhance brand differentiation and services.With a multitude of operational and value-added benefits, E2E solutions enable your equipment to be part of your solution including pre-engineered controls that you mange. It also shortens time to market and reduces cost and complexity.
Lynxspring’s E2E for OEM’s is utilized by many leading manufacturers.
Here are a just few examples from our portfolio.
Challenge: A leading chiller manufacturer required custom control hardware for one of their lines of chillers. Wanting to use the features of a 3rd party software application, they needed to integrate it into the chiller control. In addition, they were faced with time constraints, specific budget parameters, and hardware platforms that did not meet their specifications.
Solution: Lynxspring working with the software provider, incorporated the application onto our Onyxx hardware platform with the additional storage mandated, added advanced programming, and assisted in successfully launching this to their market.
IAQ Products, Heat PUMPS, and DDC Manufacturer
Challenge: A premier manufacturer of heat pumps for residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional applications, and commercial equipment for indoor air quality products and DDC controls, needed to replace their aging controller. Using a PCB-based firmware and a soon-to-be-discontinued controller, the company tried unsuccessfully to design their own in-house controller with updated features and programming capabilities.
Solution: Within six months, Lynxspring was able to deliver a viable turnkey solution which is now used as the company’s standard.
Buildings Control, Elevator and HVAC Manufacturer
Challenge: For an international HVAC, buildings control, and elevator manufacturer there was not an off-the-shelf solution that met their needs. They had requirements for a CANbus to Ethernet solution and integration of access control to their elevator destination dispatch. In addition, they faced a time constraint issue to offer a solution that enabled them to incorporate a leading middleware framework into their product portfolio.
Solution: Lynxspring wrote a custom application on custom hardware, integrating their solution to a 3rd-party product specific to North America. Code was also written for functionality and accessibility for the Americans with Disabilities Act, meeting all necessary ADA compliance.
Challenge: For an American manufacturer of heating, cooling, plumbing, and irrigation products, they had a need to develop a controller that discovers their devices and adds to their Niagara station templates, graphics, etc. and then auto connects to program logic, with the click of a button.
Solution: Lynxspring developed a self-configuring front-end controller for their OEM field devices. During our seven-year relationship with this company, we continue to upgrade the controller with new features and add custom applications.
Smart Technology. Smart Equipment. Smart Solutions.