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The Wearable for Machine Health: Condition-Based Monitoring

Date Published : 29/10/2021 Share with:

Condition-based monitoring (CbM) is fast becoming one of the key elements in the drive to Industry 4.0.

In this technical article, Stuart Servis, System Applications Engineering Manager at Analog Devices discusses how the rapid growth in connected devices and machines is fuelling the demand for Condition-based monitoring (CbM) solutions as designers look to develop smarter and more failure resilient equipment for Industry 4.0. The article discusses the consequences of equipment downtime and how innovative solutions from Analog Devices are enabling data acquisition and early sensing of machine faults helping customers to maximize the efficiency and lifetime of their installed equipment, or to provide these measurement and analytics solutions to their end users.

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Click here to download the Analog Devices Condition-Based Monitoring brochure

Anglia in conjunction with Analog Devices are hosting a Webinar at 11:00 on 1st December 2021 titled “What is Driving the Rapid Deployment of Wireless Sensor Devices in Condition Monitoring?”. To register for this FREE Webinar please click on the link below.


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