Senseye, a provider of predictive maintenance analytics, today announced that its award-winning machine condition monitoring and prognostics software has been added to the Manufacturing Technology Centre’s Factory in a Box product, delivered through the Smart Manufacturing Accelerator.
Senseye’s advanced algorithms analyse information from Industrial IoT sensors and platforms to predict failures, diagnose problems and identify the remaining useful life of machinery. Manufacturers using Senseye have halved their levels of unplanned downtime and achieved reductions in maintenance costs of up to 40 percent.
Simon Kampa, CEO of Senseye, comments: “Our unique software can be used on any machine from any manufacturer and we are seeing rapid worldwide adoption. Being part of the Factory in a Box is testament to the quality of our software and provides us with another compelling way of working with forward-thinking manufacturers around the world.”
Robin Thatcher, chief engineer for T-ERA at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, comments: “The Factory in a Box provides smart production capacity at pace and precisely where they are required. Senseye’s software adds best-in-class condition monitoring and prognostic capabilities to reduce unplanned machine downtime and increase overall equipment effectiveness, it is an incredibly valuable addition to our product.”