Industrial and Manufacturing environments can wreak havoc on IT hardware. Extreme temperatures, particulates in the air coupled with constant shocks and vibrations can kill a computer fast. Take a minute to read some of our recent success stories with our industrial customers to learn how they are taking advantage of the reliability of Cybernet's industrial computers.
Premier Coil manufactures massive coil tubing and pumping systems for the Oil and Gas industry that are deployed in some of the harshest environments on Earth. They needed a computer that could both run their software, and survive in the field.
Upon a recommendation from an employee that had worked with Cybernet in the past, the team at Premier Coil decided to evaluate the iPC R2ix. It checked off every single requirement and has been in the field for more than 4 years.
After more than 4 years of having Cybernet units deployed in the field, Premier Coil can't recall a single hardware failure. A testament to the rugged build of the iPC R2ix.
Halliburton was experiencing constant failures in the computers that were running their cement manufacturing plants. They needed to find a fanless computer capable of running their software that could support a quad video system.
The cement manufacturing group was referred to Cybernet's mini rugged PCs by a different division who had used Cybernet units in the past. Based on that recommendation the cement division decided to test the iPC R1s.
Despite being a far less expensive solution, the iPC R1s unites have greatly outperformed Halliburton's previous hardware. To date, performance hasn't been an issue as the team has begun replacing old units as they break down.
KDF needed to upgrade its sputtering tools to meet the demands of the latest software applications. They knew they needed a lot of horsepower to handle modern graphics packages while also supporting fanless cooling for cleanrooms.
Thanks to a previous relationship with Cybernet, KDF quickly settled on the iPC R1 mini rugged to serve as the controller for their sputtering devices. The units provided all of the horsepower and flexibility that KDF needed.
Since moving to the iPC R1 and now the iPC R1s, end users haven’t reported a single hardware issue. The flexibility of the mini ruggeds allows them to mount the R1s on a variety of different devices and configurations.
The computers that operated the scales used by Rusty's cotton ginning customers were constantly breaking down. They needed to find a reliable solution with the power and features to help streamline their customer's operations.
The fanless design of the iOne S20, with VESA Mount compatibility and an IP65 front bezel was exactly what they needed. Given the non-stop break/fix cycle of their current units, the final test would be to see how they held up.
More than 3 years since their first deployment, not a single unit has broken down. The success they've had with their cotton ginning customers has led to Rusty's expanding the use of Cybernet units to other industries as well.
EI Electronics' testing equipment was regularly being exposed to high levels of smoke & heat in testing chambers. When time came to upgrade their testing equipment, they needed a rugged PC that could stand up to their environment.
Cybernet’s iPC R1 met all of the technical specs the team required including legacy support, fanless design, and a sturdy, ruggedized build. What brought the whole package together, however, was Cybernet’s customer support.
Having deployed the Cybernet units and used them for a few months, the team at El Electronics has reported zero failures across their new testing systems. This is vital for a company that measures the cost of downtime in seconds.
CP Industries needed a rugged industrial panel PC that could survive in their unconditioned factory. The units would be exposed to extreme temperatures and dust.
Cybernet’s selection of products had immediately impressed CPI due to their rugged construction and durability, their IP65 rating and operating temperature range of 0-40 degrees Celsius.
CPI now uses their new iPC N19s across the floor as its primary time-clock and production control panels. They have reported no failures to date.
UGN revamped their manufacturing software, which had the side-effect of increasing the strain on their computers’ RAM and processors. Their old computers simply weren’t up to the task, and they needed to find a replacement.
The suggestion to try Cybernet came from the top down, so UGN deployed Cybernet’s iOne H6 model on their manufacturing lines. They served primarily as quality control at the end of the line, checking and printing part labels
Despite the heat or cold of the warehouse, the outdoor conditions near the dock, and the purposefully humid conditions in the fleece department, Cybernet computers have performed without a hitch no matter the environment.
Sonny’s Direct creates car wash equipment and tunnels for local businesses. Their point-of-sale commercial computer controlled all of the automated equipment in the car wash tunnel but was found to be too slow and fragile.
Cybernet’s tablet and PC were deployed in concert to speed up operations. The Rugged X10 tablet became the point-of-sale device, while the iPC R1 mini-rugged became the rack-mounted controller for the car-washing equipment.
The Rugged X10 and mini-PC sped up car wash operations, reducing the delay between sale and execution, and were tough enough to survive water damage, drop damage, and a wide array of regional humidity and temperatures.