The Netilion Demo Data consists of a digital twin of a small, fully connected process plant.
The intention is clear: it’s so you can try out our Services (Netilion Health, Analytics, Value and Library) with no strings attached.
How do I activate Netilion Demo Data?
Option 1: Click on your name in the top-right corner while logged-in, and select "Profile":
Scroll down, and you will find a toggle-button, which you can activate or deactivate:
Option 2: Alternatively, if you're already logged-in and inside a Netilion Application (e.g. Analytics or Health), the drop-down menu will include this toggle button already:
Once activated, the following message will appear:
What happens when I activate the Demo Data?
A Node (a.k.a. “Location” or “Folder”) appears which you can see in your Netilion services, for example here in Analytics:
This Node has all demo tags and assets underneath.
Now try out our Netilion services, and gain insights, as if it were your own process plant:
- Netilion Analytics to gain insights into the obsolescence of critical assets & standardization.
- Netilion Health to get an overview of the diagnostic NE107 statuses sent out by your field assets, and dig down into cause & remedy information that help your technicians keep your plant up and running.
- Netilion Value to analyze the process data that your assets are sending out.
- Netilion Library to read up on any important asset documentation from the equipment manufacturer.
Can I edit the Demo Data?
No, you cannot edit the Demo Data.
Can I look at the Demo Data without having signed up?
This is not possible. You will need to sign up and create at least a “Basic” (free) subscription to be able to look at the data in the above-mentioned Netilion services.
But you can have a look at our demonstration videos that are embedded in our service pages, as those show the functionality without needing you to sign up:
Can I access the Demo Data via the Netilion Connect API?
FYI: Webhooks and Technical Users will not be able to access the Demo Data. Only your human user (the one you were logged-in with and where you activated the demo data) can access the data via the API.
Find further information for developers here.