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The ION System Health Monitoring application from Apprion provides real-time analysis and visualisation of the health of all operational systems.

It provides unified visibility of the entire facility system, including devices, machines and all networks.

This gives managers complete insight and knowledge about the health and status of their systems and enables them to identify potential issues and take immediate action.

ION System Health Monitoring provides one unified view for simplicity, organisation and visibility into all the information, activities and details of a facility’s complex network systems.

This unified view gives a workforce one record with many views for better accountability, less complexity and more impactful information.

Features: real-time, at-a-glance, unified views of the health of entire systems, sub-systems and their components – machines, devices, networks and software – in one central console; unlimited, personalised views; advanced, behind-the-scenes logistics organise and aggregate all relevant data about the systems, sub-systems, network and devices, event alarms and alerts for easy viewing, analysis and management in a consolidated command centre; status reporting, diagnostics and alert mechanisms on system components and instruments that are monitoring the status of key processes and devices; quality and threshold alerts and alarms based on configurable parameters, compound rules and thresholds for distinguishing between minor, major and critical alarms eliminate over-alarming, reduce the noise of too many non-critical alarms and provide a more streamlined perspective of key system activities; all system devices are consistently monitored and optimally utilised across remote facility-wide and geographically distributed networks.

This integration allows real-time system health analytics to be combined with other ION applications such as ION Video, Mobility and Communications to create an intelligent operations network.


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