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The Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance Testbed integrates machine learning algorithms and models to identify machine failures, reduce maintenance costs and keep operations safe

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Predictive Maintenance New partnership to advance IIoT technology

Jan 30, 2017

The goal of the collaboration is to deliver an unprecedented level of interoperability among operational technology and informational technology as organisations search for better methods to manage and extend the life of aging assets in heavy machinery, power generation, process manufacturing and a variety of other industrial sectors.

NI has recently announced that SparkCognition is partnering with NI and IBM to collaborate on the Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance Testbed. The goal of the collaboration is to deliver an unprecedented level of interoperability among operational technology and informational technology as organisations search for better methods to manage and extend the life of aging assets in heavy machinery, power generation, process manufacturing and a variety of other industrial sectors. Speaking on this partnership, Stuart Gillen, Director – Business Development, SparkCognition, said, “This collaboration between NI and SparkCognition powers the complex and intelligent processing of information to produce valuable insights.” Elaborating further on this, Jamie Smith, Director – Embedded Systems, NI, shared, “We are very excited that our platform can acquire the data and extract the features to drive SparkCognition analytics for IIoT solutions. Combined with the existing technologies in the testbed, the addition of SparkCognition helps present new ways in which we can help automate the process of turning sensor data into business insight.”

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