In the first stages of its development, AiSight found itself at a very common crossroad. Should we or should we not build our own hardware? The easiest path is to only be a software company. In this article, we will explain why it is so and what convinced us to build our own hardware anyway.
Some weeks ago we launched, Aion, our enhanced Machine Diagnostic tool (you can learn more about it here). Two of its strength points are the ease of application across many different machine types and its ability to conduct pre-processing of the data it collects on the edge. Mr Horst Benderoth,
AiSight is participating in €235K I4KMU project, by partnering with Fraunhofer IPK and other institutions and startups.
Deutsche Version hier. In our previous article about maintenance, we described the strategies one can adopt to monitor assets in their plant. We also discussed Predictive Maintenance, which can help schedule maintenance procedures and allow for better asset optimization. Predictive Maintenance can have many advantages for a firm, such as