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December 11, 2019 Wednesday 12:00:04 PM IST

Yokogawa and MetaMoji Releases SensPlus

Science Innovations

Yokogawa and MetaMoji Corporation have jointly developed and released SensPlus Note, a low cost and easy to implement solution for digitization of plant data on mobile devices. SensPlus Note, a solution in Yokogawa’s OpreXTM Operation and Maintenance Improvement family, improves the efficiency and quality of maintenance work and the precision of post-maintenance analyses by enabling data from plant field work to be used more efficiently. This solution will be released in all markets worldwide on January 31, 2020.The SensPlus Note solution consists of a data input application and a cloud platform. Data input using this application is digitized and uploaded to a cloud server, where it can be analyzed using other software.

The mobile application is based on MetaMoJi’s GEMBA Note, which is an advanced digital notebook that was developed to support maintenance at construction and manufacturing sites. With the SensPlus Note solution, text input using a pen or keyboard, videos, still images, and audio recordings can all be easily entered on the same form and linked to a device management ledger. This saves time and provides all the information that is needed to know precisely what is happening in the field in one place.  Once such information is input into GEMBA Note, it can be shared with other personnel, drastically speeding up loop checks and other tasks that require multiple operators to coordinate their efforts. 

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