Tag Archives: condition monitoring

ABB and Axpo partner on project aimed at making green hydrogen more accessible and affordable

ABB has joined forces with Swiss utility Axpo to develop modular green hydrogen production plants in Italy, that aim at creating an optimum operating model to produce affordable, green hydrogen. The two companies will apply their complementary skills to achieve their joint vision of more affordable green hydrogen, with ABB …

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Remote working in engineering

The year 2020 has been named the ‘year of remote work’, due to the changing work conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. For many occupations, a suitable work environment requires no more than a desk, a PC and an Internet connection. However, maintenance engineers require innovative technology and expert software. …

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NSK completes acquisition of Brüel & Kjær Vibro

NSK has completed the acquisition of Brüel & Kjær Vibro (B&K Vibro), a global condition monitoring system (CMS) specialist. Following the initial announcement on 10 December 2020, finalising the purchase of B&K Vibro from Spectris Plc. will further strengthen NSK’s ability to meet customer demand for automation, labour savings, smart …

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Analog Devices announces condition-based monitoring development platform

Analog Devices, Inc (ADI) has introduced a complete condition-based monitoring (CbM) development platform designed to help accelerate condition monitoring hardware, software, and algorithm development. CN0549 provides mechanically secure, wide bandwidth sensor data with robust, high fidelity data acquisition.  The development platform’s open source software interfaces simplify connectivity from embedded systems …

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NSK acquires condition monitoring specialist

NSK has signed an agreement to acquire Brüel & Kjær Vibro, a leading specialist in condition monitoring systems (CMS), from Spectris. As part of NSK’s mid-term management plan, ‘building a CMS business’ was identified as a new mechanism for growth. Specifically, NSK plans to evolve from delivering breakdown and life …

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Schaeffler OPTIME wins Industry 4.0 Innovation Award

The Schaeffler OPTIME condition monitoring system was only presented to the market just a few months ago and now has won the Industry 4.0 Innovation-Award. This confirms the automotive and industrial supplier’s ambition to shape progress that moves the world. VDE Verlag is presenting the award for the fifth time …

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AVEVA and SCG announce strategic partnership to deliver a ‘Digital Reliability Platform’

AVEVA and chemicals business, SCG, one of the largest petrochemical companies in Thailand and a key industry player in Asia, have announced their strategic partnership to develop a Digital Reliability Platform (DRP), a complete asset performance management (APM) solution to predict equipment health, monitor performance, and enable advanced maintenance across its …

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On a drive for condition monitoring

Mitsubishi Electric has collaborated with their e-F@ctory Alliance Partner Schaeffler sensor technology to offer two Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) solutions – one based on an integrated PLC solution and the other using the intelligent functions of the 800 Series Variable Speed Drives. From a predictive maintenance perspective there is little …

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Senseye puts maintenance engineers in control with the launch of Attention Index

Senseye today announced the launch of Attention Index, a pioneering technology developed by Senseye and now available within Senseye PdM, the only AI powered Predictive Maintenance product with automated condition monitoring and prognostics techniques. An industry first, Senseye’s PdM software now pinpoints assets that appear to require immediate attention based on …

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Sensonics helps Indian power sector meet tough emissions targets

Condition monitoring specialists Sensonics have been playing a key role in helping India to meet the increasingly tough emission standards applied to its installed power generation base. Coal remains central to India’s power needs and today accounts for over 60 per cent of the countries power sector. As a consequence …

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