At MTN we harness the potential of a new generation of analytical networks and platforms capable of processing large flows of industrial data that will transform integration operations, collaboration, and creativity. Features of the new smart manufacturing environment include: We collaborate in the execution and evolution of the Internet of Things, we offer all kinds of access technologies to satisfy operational needs such as:

Visual factory

New emerging networking and connectivity solutions enable a dashboard view of multi-task environments, improving efficiency, security, and asset performance. It provides a competitive advantage in production performance, when having access to all the data allows us to observe specific details and communicate it instantly if necessary.

Better integrated production systems to shorten production processes

IP networking technology connects business applications with device-level production data in real time, enabling faster information flows, faster decisions, and greater market responsiveness.

Anticipation of incident resolution

Plants are often unable to send real-time notifications when equipment fails on the production line. Open standards allow users to connect to sensors that detect malfunctions in real time to improve equipment performance.

Increased productivity and operational excellence

IoT connectivity promotes a new class of operational assets, often embedded with sensors capable of communicating with other machines without human intervention. These smart machine networks automatically adjust to changing operating conditions and alert operators to maintenance needs before breakdowns. Consequently, the efficiency of the equipment increases and the risk of downtime decreases. Meanwhile, costs are automatically controlled through device-dependent proactive maintenance programs, based on sensor data, communicating over industrial networks.

Most connected people:

IoT applied to industry will allow people to connect to the Internet in myriad ways. Today, most people connect to the Internet through devices (PCs, tablets, televisions and smartphones) and social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest). As the Internet evolves into the IoT, people will connect in more relevant and valuable ways. It is convenient to take into account the initial design parameters such as high performance, low delay, high capacity, generally considering Wifi version 6 and 5G, both standards promise better performance, where version 6 is usually considered for indoor environments such as stadiums, centers of conventions, productive areas etc. Since it has improvements to support high densities of connected devices on the other hand, we have 5G that is designed for outdoor networks with fixed radios for interconnection of buildings, drones, Smart cities, which makes it the preferred method for outdoor networks.

Proactive data usage

With IoT applied to industry, devices often collect data and transmit it over the Internet to a central source, for analysis and processing. As the capabilities of Internet-connected devices continue to advance, they will get smarter by combining data with more useful information. Rather than simply reporting raw data, connected things will soon send higher-level information to machines, computers, and people for further evaluation that will optimize decision-making.

Smart devices

The benefits of IoT include physical elements such as sensors, devices and business assets connected both to the Internet and to each other. In IoT, devices will have more data, become context-aware, and provide more experiential information to help people and machines make more relevant and valuable decisions. Today the world is going through a global crisis in which the necessary precautions must be taken to excel without stopping producing, that is why work environments need to be safe. EON offers devices that collect temperature and gauge data to keep track of the work area. Likewise, devices that measure healthy distance and collect data from people who have had contact with someone infected.


Maximize the productivity and operational efficiency of the critical station machines.

Machine performance

Maximize machine performance in real time by visualizing availability in operation. Collaboration across the plant, and between plants, with the corporate and external ecosystem.


Quantify the value of efficiency in the operation. Through the visualization of the real efficiency and the operation of the running processes. High specialty technology to create and display analytics in real time.

These new levels of automation and digitization significantly change the technological requirements that organizations must provide such as: