Today, terabytes of signal data are being generated from sensors embedded in industrial equipment. The capability to handle such large streams of data and draw actionable conclusions from is a task that requires artificial intelligence.
The SKF Wireless Machine Condition Sensor combines a sensor, data collector and radio into one compact, battery-operated device that measures both vibration and temperature data.
Many companies have begun to switch from the old model of internal, direct salespeople to engaging a sales agency to represent their products instead. This is a fast-growing trend, especially in highly technical fields such as manufacturing. Why are so many companies making this decision?
We have recently made changes to our condition monitoring product line, including acquiring a new partnership with a condition monitoring manufacturer and hiring a new full-time condition monitoring expert to support our new offerings. We are extremely proud to announce Jeremy Morton as our new condition monitoring and mechanical solutions leader. Jeremy has over 15 years of experience providing asset performance management and condition monitoring and protection solutions to a wide range of end users in the oil and gas, petrochemical, and power generation industries.
Houston, TX – January 1, 2018: SKF Machine Health Products, a global manufacturer of vibration and condition monitoring equipment, announced a new partnership with TechStar, the leading full-service manufacturer representative company catering to the Texas and Oklahoma area. Together, SKF and TechStar plan to bring a new full-service offering to the vibration and condition monitoring market.