Communication monitoring and data locking unit
IoT Device for Oil Sensing Sensing (IDOS) is a device that acquires data such as solid particle, water saturation, oil flow in hydraulic and lubrication systems both in on-line and off-line states. It is widely used in the industry for performing real-time analysis of the oil contamination and water saturation. The data curated from these analysis helps in running predictive maintenance. IoT Device for Oil Sensing is an enhanced version of IDOS that gives information on cleanliness of oil/fluid in ISO/NAS Standards and it recommends the level of filtration needed. The following are the overall benefits of IoT Device for Oil Sensing :
The objective of this case study is to analyse the design process of the IOT DEVICE FOR OIL device, the challenges it faced, and the strategies it adopted to overcome them. The case study will also provide some recommendations for the future improvement and enhancement of the IoT Device for Oil Sensing device.
IoT Device for Oil Sensing device is the main interface between the users and the IOT DEVICE FOR OIL system, and hence, it plays a crucial role in providing a smooth and satisfying user experience. However, the IoT Device for Oil Sensing device has faced some common problems, such as:
Complexity The IoT Device for Oil Sensing device has too many features and functions that often overwhelm and confuse the users. The device also has inconsistent and complex user flows that make accessing and interpreting the data harder and slower.
Lack of customization The IoT Device for Oil Sensing device has a fixed and rigid layout and design that does not allow the users to customize and personalize the device according to their needs and preferences. The device also does not provide the users with the option to create and save their own settings and profiles.
Lack of interactivity The IoT Device for Oil Sensing device has a static and passive presentation of the data that does not engage and motivate the users. The device also does not provide the users with the option to explore and manipulate the data, such as zooming, panning, filtering, sorting, and exporting.
IoT Device for Oil Sensing device has undergone a major redesign in 2020, with the aim of simplifying and improving the user experience. The redesign process involved the following steps:
The redesign of the IoT Device for Oil Sensing device resulted in the following changes and improvements