Configure and manage all your devices in one platform
Connect new devices and keep a clear overview of your fleet – fully flexible and all managed from IXON Cloud’s web-based interface.
All your machines within reach
Always up to date
Install the newest features and updates to your hardware with a single push of a button – easy and secure.
Network settings, access rights and data monitoring settings are all easily modified on IXON Cloud. Simply push the new configuration to your device when ready.
New devices automatically register themselves in your IXON Cloud account. Just follow the 3-step configuration wizard and get connected to your new device.
Custom tagging allows you to organise devices to your likings. Create tags to sort and find machines on machine type, customer, region or any other property.
How to manage your fleet on IXON Cloud?
Connect your machine device to IXON Cloud within two minutes. Start the device configuration wizard and simply use the online generated installation file (IXrouter) or activation code (IXagent), to activate your device automatically.
Your new device is immediately accessible in your device overview. From here you can configure the most simple to the most advanced settings of your device on IXON Cloud.
Send the new configuration to your device via a secure connection with the push of a button. That way you're always sure of an up-to-date configuration without having to be on-site.
More certainty and information about your machines
Find all the necessary information for extensive machine diagnosis in the detailed audit trail, and easily transfer your devices to another company account without local actions. In addition, you get an overview of where in the world your machines are located, and with which server they are connected in the map view.
You can create your own machine overview with metadata, KPIs, connection methods and images, so you can see the most important information at a glance. With connection notifications shown in this overview, you’ll never miss another warning whilst your device is unexpectedly offline.