The new software platform release helps control room operators and maintenance teams to monitor and manage devices via smartphone, tablet or computer in real-time.
It also provides a secure multi-instance web-based interface for users to monitor and record the condition of Vigilante AQS or Zephyr AQS air quality monitoring stations, DustMon PM particulate monitors and the Plexus PowerNet "last mile" underground communication network.
The company said the server system is to "fill the gap" between maximising reliable, accurate operational data and reducing the maintenance and support team's impact and workload. Once in place, MaestroLink has been designed to find and self-populate the site's IIoT devices and network nodes, and then starts its monitoring of data and advanced diagnostics of what it locates.
"Consider MaestroLink Server as [a] factory-trained Maestro engineer and service technologist, working 24-7 assuring maximum uptime of each digital device," chief executive and co-founder Michael Gribbons said.
"All of Maestro's IIoT devices utilise embedded webservers along with digital technology right down to each individual sensor, enabling remote diagnostics for solving maintenance problems as well as assuring sensor calibration compliance."
The platform offers the ability to poll diagnostics and then turn that data into tangible actions from the surface - before going underground.