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"I started using TrendMiner as a tool for specific advanced searches. Today TrendMiner is my primary trend client. I'm rarely going back to my legacy systems" - Senior Process Engineer
Big Data solutions are useless if they are not created by and for the users. TrendMiner focusses directly on the Process Engineers and Operators.
Based on pattern recognition algorithms, patent pending TrendMiner Search empowers the process expert user to find historical trends without the need of a special skill data scientist or big data infrastructure.
Billions of data points over thousands of sensors, but you are still flying blind without time and location specific context. Capturing and sharing important knowledge is key to the succes of process behaviour analysis.
It's a given that things that occur once, will likely occur again somewhere in the future. The best way to increase the efficiency and safety on a production plant is by predicting abnormal behaviour based on live data.
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Predicting and averting process and equipment problems takes tools to easily search, annotate and analyze existing historian data. “… Though […]Read more
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Infusion will Help Support Company’s Growth Objectives in the U.S. TrendMiner, a leading big data search and advanced predictive analytics […]Read more
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ARC believes the TrendMiner solution will be welcomed by the process industries. At a time when owner operators are cost-contrained, dealing with erosion of knowledge and talent and looking for better ways to cost effectively get value out of the data that is already generated at the plant.
Peter Reynolds, Analyst - ARC Advisory GroupDOWNLOAD PAPER
We don’t believe that legacy Data Historians implementations will be ripped and replaced. Rather, as Next-Gen Big Data Analytics and Platforms come to market, the large majority of new implementations will be next to and on-top of the legacy systems. TrendMiner, perhaps earlier than anyone, saw this coming transformation.
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