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    • 21
    • Sep

    Predictive maintenance using the IIoT, join Senseye on stand K15a at Sensors & Instrumentation!

    Senseye, the scalable predictive maintenance leader is inviting delegates interested in learning about how Industry 4.0 technology can reduce unplanned machine downtime to visit for a live demonstration at stand K15a at the upcoming Sensors & Instrumentation show to be held at the Birmingham NEC over the 26th and 27th of September. 

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    • 02
    • Aug

    6 tips on choosing the correct data for successful predictive maintenance

    Time and again we encounter excited maintenance managers who possess terabytes of data; eager to kick-off their predictive maintenance project and avoid machine downtime. It never stops being painful when we take a look at the data and find that much of it us unusable for predictive maintenance purposes. 

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    • 19
    • Jul

    Senseye celebrates prognostics at scale milestone of over 1,000 machines under automated predictive maintenance analysis

    Senseye, the Uptime as a Service leader today announced that it has reached a significant prognostics-at-scale milestone of automatically monitoring over 1,000 machines at a single customer site for early signs of mechanical damage and failure; using machine learning to help the client to avoid unplanned downtime, without relying on expensive consultants. 

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    • 14
    • Jul

    Reduce machine downtime, embrace prognostics

    It’s an unfortunate fact of reality that no-matter how advanced the equipment, there will come a time when the machine unexpectedly fails and your factory experiences losses caused by unplanned machine downtime. The costs of this can vary dramatically; from over $1.5M per hour in automotive manufacturing to thousands per hour in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry; no-matter the cost it’s still extremely undesirable. 

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    • 23
    • May

    Senseye celebrates recognition as global Predictive Maintenance leader

    Senseye, the Uptime as a Service company today announced that it is celebrating its global recognition as a predictive maintenance leader with its automated condition monitoring and prognostics product by offering a limited discount to new customers in June.

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    • 11
    • May

    What is Servitization and how does Predictive Maintenance help?

    Servitization is a relatively new term in the industrial sector but it’s quickly picking up a following; with The Manufacturer magazine even dedicating a whole series of conferences to it. In a sentence, it’s the concept that any product / offering, can be delivered ‘as a service’ (e.g. by the hour or unit) rather than as a discrete product + maintenance combination. A classic example of this is Rolls-Royce in the 80s shifting its business to a ‘Power by the Hour’ model where no longer would they simply sell jet engines and warranties, they would instead offer the operator flight-hours – the responsibility would then be entirely on Rolls Royce to deliver the contracted number of hours whilst achieving certain availability metrics. 

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    • 06
    • Apr

    Effective prognostics and what it means for you

    Prognostics, the science of being able to accurately forecast the Remaining Useful Life (RUL) of machinery is a key technique in forecasting machine failure. We believe that prognostics is one of the most important enablers of predictive maintenance yet a number of reasons have blocked it from widespread adoption: 

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    • 17
    • Mar

    Senseye to demonstrate next generation predictive maintenance software at Maintec UK

    Press release: For immediate release
    Southampton, UK,
    16/03/2017

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    • 10
    • Mar

    Predictive analytics isn’t useful for predictive maintenance

    Predictive analytics is the catch-all term for any technologies which can help you to predict the future by analysing past historical events as well as real-time data feeds. It’s had some particularly successful case studies (‘Other customers bought XYZ’ on Amazon) as well as some potentially unnerving ones (Target predicting a girl’s pregnancy before her family knew). 

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    • 24
    • Feb

    Uptime-as-a-Service leader Senseye launches next generation of predictive maintenance software

    Press release: For immediate release
    Southampton, UK, 24
    /02/2017

    Senseye, the Uptime-as-a-Service leader, today announced the launch of version 2.3 of its automatic condition monitoring and prognostics software, bringing Remaining Useful Life calculations to all customers – whether they operate 10 or 10,000 assets. Senseye is the only product in the world to offer automated condition monitoring combined with Remaining Useful Life analysis.

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