Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI

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Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI
Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI
Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI
Protect Machines Using Sound, IoT and AI

Technicians can often tell when the machine does not sound right. What if they could listen to machines safely from distance, or even from their home? And what if they had a powerful AI trained to reliably alert them about sound anomalies that usually precede failures? With Neuron soundware, it is not 'if' any more.

Neuron's intelligent recording & edge computing IoT device monitors machines continuously and AI based software automatically checks the collected audio data of machines against the extensive database of warning sounds. As a result, you get notified about discovered abnormal behaviour and possible future malfunctions.

Insights into machine health will give you predictive capabilities and help you build another layer of protection. Improve your asset immunity and recover easier and faster in the future. Optimized maintenance cycles will help you save money. Prepare your assets for less face-to-face checks and for longer lifetimes.
 

Posted on August 3, 2020 - (1419 views)
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