StateMonitor: record, evaluate, and visualize machine data

The StateMonitor software places an overview of the current status of the connected machine tools at your fingertips, no matter where you are and at all times. It helps to answer meaningful questions when analyzing processes:

  • What can be done to increase manufacturing productivity?
  • Does it make sense to invest in a new milling machine?
  • Can operators of multiple machines really keep an eye on machine statuses?

StateMonitor can do all this

With its comprehensive machine data collection (MDC) and intelligent data analysis capabilities, StateMonitor from HEIDENHAIN helps you optimize and bring greater transparency to operational processes. The software displays the production statuses of machine tools in real time. The extensive messaging and evaluation functions help to uncover hidden potentials during production as well as in all processes accompanying production, and thus also to improve efficiency throughout the company.

As a monitoring system, StateMonitor places an overview of the machine status at your fingertips at all times, making it possible to react quickly in case of faults. The software helps to avoid unnecessary downtime and bottlenecks while at the same time improving machine utilization and availability. The machine data are available on any device that has a current web browser installed, no matter where you are—even on your tablet or smartphone.

Open for many protocols

All controls can be connected to StateMonitor over various protocols, including:

  • OPC UA
  • MTConnect
  • Modbus TCP

Depending on the interface and machine controls, information that StateMonitor can use includes the status of the operating mode, program, machine messages, and overrides.

Nowhere is the data safer than in one's own hands

An important factor: The user is and remains master of the data, because he configures the StateMonitor software completely individually according to his needs and the needs of his manufacturing environment. The user himself determines the scope of evaluations, access rights to the data, and where the data is stored, all in a manner that he finds is correct and appropriate.