Intellution introduces next-generation `Manufacturing Historian'


Foxborough, Mass. -Manufacturing Historian, an open, standards-based platform that allows users to easily plug in software components from Intellution and others, can solve unique business and production challenges. Data historian software applications collect, archive, and distribute information from production processes. Easy implementation, configuration, and web-based application tools enable quick setup. Seamless upward compatibility allows easy migration. Intellution

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Development of iHistorian represents a huge step forward for Intellution, marking the company's entry into the plant-wide historian market-or as iHistorian product marketing manager Keith Chambers likes to describe it, 'the development of a historian with a capital H.' So this begs the question, 'why start a capital-H historian product with a lowercase `i'?' Mr. Chambers' response? 'I'm the product marketing manager. that's a Marketing Communications issue.' Intellution Marketing Communication representatives have declined comment at this time, but would love to tell you all about their eManufacturing strategy, they said.

At a glance...

  • Plant-wide historian

  • Rapid storage and retrieval from virtually unlimited nodes

  • Diverse array of programmable and user access

  • Key e-manufacturing component

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