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Augury Unveils ‘Halo’ to Diagnose and Predict Mechanical Failures in Smart Facilities

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “Augury, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology company, today announced Augury Halo, a continuous diagnostics platform for industrial and commercial facilities. This cloud-based diagnostics solution monitors mechanical equipment and predicts failures before they happen. The system’s ability to provide actionable insights from machine data leads to increased equipment life, improved machine reliability and more efficient operations. Augury Halo is already deployed at several Fortune 500 companies, providing actionable insights into their production machines. With the rise of connected sensors and artificial intelligence, facilities are able to mitigate downtime, lower maintenance costs and maximize energy usage to reduce environmental impact. Augury Halo provides continuous, automated analysis of equipment performance to avoid catastrophic equipment failures.”

The release continues, “Augury Halo uses vibration, ultrasound and other types of sensing technologies to detect equipment malfunctions and provide detailed, actionable recommendations for maintaining the health status of any machine. The algorithms use vast amounts of collected data from a variety of different machines to build a model of how malfunctioning equipment behaves. With collected data from over 40,000 machines, Augury’s malfunction dictionary continues to expand at an exponential rate.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Augury

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