With the VHM app, users will create digital twins much more efficiently – as automated modeling is much faster than manual engineering of IoT data structures. System integrators and developers of large plants and complex processes therefore benefit from the new IoT app to a particular extent – as do plant operators in sectors such as the process industry, food and beverage industry, manufacturing industry or plant and mechanical engineering. The visualized data structures lead to more transparency and clarity.
Test user Alexander Kohl, Project Engineer at focus Industrieautomation GmbH, says: “The Visual Hierarchy Modeler makes working in MindSphere much easier. It significantly reduces the effort required to create and link a plant structure . The app has already become an indispensable tool in MindSphere for us”.
Currently the Visual Hierarchy Modeler is available as a free trial version in the MindSphere app store. About fifty users have already tested the app. Their feedback is consistently positive.
Dominik Bureš, programmer at VDT Technology, a leading Czech provider of security solutions and services for intelligent cities, administration and public transport, confirms: “We are using the VHM app in our MindSphere Developer Plan. The visualization of the data structures gives us a good overview of our assets. I wouldn’t want to do the data point mapping with any other program. In short: the Visual Hierarchy Modeler is simply well done, fast and very efficient”.
Another major advantage of the VHM IoT app is, that once the data structure of a plant has been mapped with the help of the app, the model can be reused at any time via an import/export function and also be shared with other systems / tenants or IoT platforms.
Sounds interesting? Then order now the Visual Hierarchy Modeler for free – here in the MindSphere App Store!