Company’s FHE deployments have centered around data monitoring, notification of elements for facility performance and preventative maintenance.
David Savastano, Editor11.25.20
Sensors are playing an increasingly important role in the world of business and will play a huge part in Industry 4.0. Many companies are working to create sensor networks to help businesses run more effectively.
One opportunity is detecting potential equipment failure. Knowing ahead of time that equipment needs servicing impacts a business’s ability to run efficiently and profitably while maintaining the delivery of its products to customers. These types of sensors can also enable predictive analytics.
Brewer Science is among the companies putting its expertise to work in this segment. For example, frequent Brewer Science FHE deployments have centered around data monitoring and notification of elements associated with the facility’s performance and preventative maintenance. Leading applications to-date include water, valves, pumps, and house pressure monitoring.
During NextFlex’s annual Innovation Days, Brewer Science
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