Evocon is the easiest way for manufacturers to start monitoring their production machines.
Evocon is free for all manufacturers for the first 30 days in order to test the system and to experience the benefits first hand.
Price is per machine and for manufacturers who have up to 10 machines.
Free technical support over the phone and email is included in the monthly price.
* when paid yearly; €139 when paid monthly.
For companies and corporations with more than 10 machines, we offer a custom price per machine.
Using Evocon requires our device. It is used to capture production signals from your machines. One Evocon device can monitor up to 4 machines and is a one time cost with a 1-year warranty. The total cost for Evocon devices depends on how many machines you want to monitor.
Track your improvement projects and easily understand what effect your decisions have on OEE and downtime.
Get access to our demo account and test all the features available in Evocon to see if they would fit you.
Manufacturing companies in 12 different industries are using Evocon. The most popular signals that our system registers are pieces and boxes. But the system can also monitor running meters, litres, productive work time and flow production. You can read more about this here: “How Evocon monitors different production process types?”
Evocon’s OEE tracking software is very versatile. And even though all companies have a production process that is slightly unique, we can always find a suitable solution. To learn more about which production process types fit Evocon best, continue reading our article: “What production process types can Evocon monitor?”
Let us know the details of your production, and we will suggest how to set up everything so that you can start monitoring your OEE.
There are multiple options to connect production signals from your machines to Evocon. The most common way is a new industrial sensor. You can also use a sensor that is already available on your production line or machine. Another standard method is to use a PLC output connection using a relay (e.g. with Andon lights). These signals connect to Evocon’s device that sends the captured data to our cloud server in AWS.
If you have machines that already collect production data to a local database, then we can set up Evocon without using any additional hardware (data transfer is via HTTPS API requests).
You can read more about this in our post “How to get production signals from machines?”.
If you are unsure what connection to use, contact our support and we will help sort everything out for you.
The hardware you need to collect data from machines or production lines is:
The Evocon device has four inputs, which means that it can register data from up to 4 different machines. Or you can use the device to connect four different measuring points from your production lines. As an example, you could connect one signal that registers filled bottles to one input, and connect another signal, that registers defects to another input.
For each device you install, you need an internet connection (via Ethernet) and a power source. And for each machine or measuring point, you may also need a sensor. This depends on your production process.
If you wish to display real-time data for every machine, then you need a PC with a keyboard and a mouse. The cheapest option is a Full-HD monitor with an Intel NUC (or Compute Stick). You can also use a tablet to display information.
Your team can easily do the setup of Evocon. This eliminates the substantial implementation costs that usually come with such installations. Our user base across the globe is a good indication that implementing Evocon is a quick and an easy task.
The process in most cases is as follows:
Our support team will be guiding and helping you via phone and email along the way.
Have a look at our short explainer video about the setup to get a better idea of the process.
Our team works hard to keep your production data safe, secure, and private. This is our responsibility, and we take it seriously and you have full control over who sees your production data.
We protect all data transmitted between Evocon and users using Transport Layer Security (TLS). Furthermore, we encrypt collected and stored data at rest using an industry standard AES-256 encryption algorithm. Also, our protocol is to apply encryption to storage of live service data, snapshots and backups.
Additionally, Evocon follows the SOC-2 protocol to keep the clients’ data safe. SOC-2 is an auditing procedure that confirms secure data management. SOC-2 manages clients data based on five fundamental principles: security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy. Read more on SOC-2
We know that trust is earned and not given. As a result of our continued efforts, today users in 30+ countries trust our service and we look forward to earning yours. Learn about security at Evocon.