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Tuesday, 26 May

Do Diagnostic Engineers Have a Future with the IoT?

Senseye, the Uptime as a Service company, claims it is making diagnostic engineers a thing of the past. The firm will be presenting this view at the NMI Future World 2016 'Deep Tech' conference to be held in London, UK over the 15th-16th of September.

Senseye’s product Prognosys conducts predictive maintenance by automating analysis of condition monitoring and enabling prognostics – diagnosing current and future failures, automatically. Its main home is in manufacturing but FM applications are obvious. Robert Russell, CTO of Senseye says “We’re excited to discuss with our peers how advances in Ai and machine learning are helping in the real world. The IoT we’ve been promised for some time is finally arriving. We are a great example of a growing UK tech company that can exploit know-how in machine learning to deliver solutions . The developments on show at Future World are consistently introducing disruptions across domains from agriculture to medical, industrial to fashion."

Picture: Can manufacturing plant IoT uptime be traversed to building services?

 

Article written by Robin Snow

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