capable of recognizing a wide variety of technical anomalies, including bearing faults, power faults, seal failures and many others.
“It’s about time and money,” Burger said. “You take measurements of the asset, run them through software, and do the analytics, so you can make better business decisions.”
Senior technical editor Chuck Murray has been writing about technology for 33 years. He joined Design News in 1987, and has covered electronics, automation, fluid power, and auto.