Good news! We've officially dropped our new energy sensor FitPower!

Good morning. Happy May! Can you believe we're almost halfway through 2023?

You may have noticed you haven't heard from us in a while. I know, I'm sorry, parting was such sweet sorrow. For the past few months, we've been heads down, bums up, working hard on FitPower and its fantastic new feature pack - which, drum roll, please 🥁... Is here! 🎉 Not only that, but we have some exciting news about some upcoming diagnostic features and a pivotal change to our Events feature.

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The Hidden Battle of the Throwaway Society

The other day I listened in on an interesting discussion during one of our training sessions with a maintenance technician, who was obviously frustrated with how much work he had to deal with. In his eyes, the introduction of yet another IoT technology that promised to bring with it a raft of efficiencies and cost savings was just another false economy.  

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New features are here, and they're scarily good 👻

Good morning (and Happy Halloween!). How have you been?

You may have noticed it’s been a while since you’ve seen a MOVUS newsletter. We missed you, and (hopefully? 😢) you did too. 

This quarter we shifted our focus from being efficient to being effective. So,  we've decided to only share highly significant news with you, rather than the minor topics we have discussed historically. 

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The P-F Curve, in Sickness and in Health.

My wife and I have been married for 25 years - a significant achievement we take pride in. Yes, there have been good and not-so-good times, but we made an oath to look after each other, in sickness and in health, and we’ve kept it. But we’re not the only ones.

Taking an oath has been institutionalised across many fields; my local doctor, for one, may have taken the Hippocratic Oath in the spirit of ‘first do no harm’. But what about maintenance and reliability staff, engineers, and asset managers? Do they swear by some secret oath? Perhaps there should be ‘zero harm’, an oath to put the health of their equipment first.

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