Industrial IoT is transforming the way the world designs, builds and innovates. It is helping to take purpose-built machines/systems, and make them smart, transforming them into living, intelligent systems in a way that has been little short of revolutionary. As machines have become more intuitive, so has the need to accurately monitor their health, efficiency, and performance. The addition of these features has become an essential part of achieving operational excellence. Sensors have, in turn, been elevated in importance as a critical part of the manufacturing ecosystem. However, only a few assets considered critical are monitored with IOT sensors.
In this session we will be showing a number of case studies where condition monitoring and rotating equipment monitoring solutions hep minimize machine downtime in industrial settings, using new and smart sensor-based solutions. We will be showing how these solutions have been scaled at plant level in order to help reduce operational costs, increase productivity, and optimize performance in smart factory and smart building applications.
– Learn how IOT solutions are scalable and affordable across the entire plant, not just for critical assets
– Sensors in use to accurately monitor the current condition of machines, in order to avoid production shutdowns
– On-premises or cloud analytics solutions, in order to predict upcoming machine failure by using automated real-time analytics (i.e. predicting remaining useful life or overall machine health)
Abhishek Jadhav is a Business Development Manager at Sensata. Abhishek, a Mechanical Engineer and Category II Vibration Technician, has sixteen years of experience designing and developing heavy-duty industrial products. Abhishek holds a master’s in mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and an MBA from Wisconsin School of Business, Madison. Before joining Sensata, Abhishek worked at Fortive, where he designed and developed encoders and condition monitoring systems. Abhishek also worked at Caterpillar, where he designed and developed common rail fuel injectors used in on- & off-highway trucks and power generators.