Senseye, a newly-formed company in the South of England, are pioneering a way for operators of machinery to be able to predict their health by using technology and concepts from the aerospace and defence sectors. The technology has already been proven to reduce overall operations and maintenance costs by a significant 20%.
Senseye’s founders come from the aerospace and defence industries, where complex condition-monitoring systems are already able to accurately predict engine performance component wear rates, safety failures and optimisation opportunities. Senseye is bringing this concept to help the manufacutring industry, allowing operators to understand equipment performance more accurately and predict sub-optimal conditions and maintenance issues.
Robert Russell, Senseye’s CTO says:
Accurate predictive software has been used for over 20 years in the defence industry. Unfortunately, it’s expensive and complex and requires expert input. We’re changing that with Senseye, by giving the manufacturing and machines markets predictive technology that they can use without a background in engineering or data analytics and for less than the cost of a small pump. This makes it particularly suitable for smaller businesses that have been previously priced out of such products.
Senseye is now accepting applications to join the web-based software trials for no cost, on a first come-first served basis. If you’re interested in knowing more about what the future holds for your machines then sign up at www.senseye.io/join-our-machine-trial
About Senseye Ltd. Is an easy-to-use, online tool that takes data you already have from equipment, sensors and the environment to provide forecasts that keep you one step ahead. Senseye was founded in early 2015 by a team who had previously worked on complex and costly predictive analytics systems, it works by exploiting patent-pending analytics technology to deliver fast business insights without the hard work and expense that other products demand. Contact them through their website www.senseye.io and follow them on Twitter @senseyeIO to learn more.
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This post was prepared by Solar Thermal Magazine staff.