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Semiotic Labs and Schneider Electric sign collaboration agreement

  Leiden, 17th December 2019 Semiotic Labs,…

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Handheld vs. online condition monitoring

Although the practical differences between handheld and online condition monitoring (CM) might seem obvious, the way in which each method is used can differ significantly.

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Technical documents

Installation manuals, site survey checklists and other technical documents.

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Dutch consortium aims to make 40% of the world’s electricity consumption more efficient

The consortium will develop algorithms that analyze electrical waveforms in order to provide asset owners with the insights needed to reduce energy consumption by 15% to 30%, without compromising on output.

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Vopak scales up SAM4 deployment across three locations

Vopak and Semiotic Labs have signed an agreement to scale up the deployment of SAM4 condition monitoring. SAM4 will be responsible for monitoring a high number of business-critical pumps at each site.

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The condition monitoring comparison guide

This guide will compare the most popular forms of condition monitoring, and will help you determine the technology that will make your predictive maintenance most effective.

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How condition monitoring increases reliability at airports

There’s nothing quite as chaotic as a service disruption at an airport. A great number of the critical processes that operate in airports are powered by electric motors.

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Condition monitoring for the pulp and paper industry

Condition monitoring of critical pulp and paper production processes can alert the maintenance team to a developing fault before that fault causes unplanned downtime.

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Condition monitoring: the key to industrial energy efficiency

Around 45% of the energy used worldwide is used by electric motors. That’s a whole lot of electricity.

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