HutGrip is a software product developed by Agilart to help people in manufacturing increase Operational Efficiency.
- The system collects and stores data coming from multiple devices and sensors: temperature, humidity, speed, pressure, flow, etc.
- analyses that data in visual and interactive way and generates monitoring reports
- identifies optimizations based on analysis
- sends early alerts and notifications, applies results
Unlike large companies HutGrip has a pay-per-use business model. The solution is easily integrated with existing systems and equipment from different vendors,
- data can come from anywhere (sensors, equipment, people)
- we have a very targeted approach to increasing efﬁciency — start from the most critical part of the production
- apply best practices from Lean and Six Sigma through the HutGrip reports
- companies don’t need local IT infrastructure — the data is stored securely in the Cloud
- machine learning algorithms that bring measurable results — the system is proactive we help
- companies create new revenue channels through providing better services to their customers
Agilart is a platform that allows people with no technical background to program microcontrollers or other compatible hardware through a simple web-based Visual Designer. Watch Video »
It is based on Agilart Run-time firmware and designed to run on low-cost hardware devices.
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- no coding or compilation required. All programming happens quickly, through an easy to use, web-based visual designer. No technical qualification needed.
- focus on what the microcontroller should do, not how to do it
- no need of expensive or difficult to setup development environments and compilers
- Remote programming – one-time setup of the microcontroller, no need of removal/installation for making changes
- remote control and monitoring of the running programs through simple custom html-based dashboards
- application repository - a place to download and run (reuse) programs created by others with Agilart platform
- low-cost Agilart compatible microcontrollers (soon)
- supports ARM based microcontrollers and application processors – bare metal (soon) and Linux
Who and where to use
Agilart is for specialists who need to test different approaches in process automation and do that remotely; for manufacturers who need a fast and easy way to program microcontrollers for their equipment; for designers who deal with fast prototyping; for hobbyists and for anybody else who wants to build a system based on controllers.
Agilart can be used to control and monitor any kind of systems and/or processes that are not mission critical: smart houses, home and industry automation, for projects related to energy efficiency, hobby kits, fast prototyping, remote monitoring, interactive control, etc. Read more »
How to start
Before you start, check the supported hardware and select a board. Then, log in and create a new project - this will launch the visual designer. Connect your board to your local network and start building your program. Enjoy! Read more »
Agilart Visual Designer
The Agilart Visual Designer is a web-based tool allowing users to build a microcontroller application visually, through a simple drag and drop interface, without the need of compilers, linkers or coding.
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Agilart Run-time runs on any supported hardware and executes the user’s programs made in the visual designer. For embedded processors it has RTOS based port (soon); for application processors it comes as daemon for Linux.
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Agilart Hardware (soon)
Agilart Run-time is designed in such a way that it can run on low-cost hardware. Additionally, any ARM-based board that runs Linux is also supported. In the near future, there will be microcontrollers, especially designed for Agilart platform.
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