To see if they could trust newly deployed FitMachines, a new customer responsible for monitoring air handling units [AHU] in a critical 24x7 environment decided to complete a simulated test.
We're in the business of deploying wireless condition monitoring to critical, fixed rotating assets. So naturally, we regularly come up against objections and reluctance. Change is scary, and so many organisations seek safety and security in maintaining the status quo. So I thought I'd take the time to discuss the common reasons organisations don't move forward with condition monitoring solutions.
MOVUS is pleased to advise that FitMachine EX is now certified for use in Queensland underground coal mines! This is an important extension of our existing intrinsically safe certification. Details of the new certification can be found here.
MOVUS received great feedback from one of our global mining customers last week as FitMachine again demonstrated its value as the world’s leading continuous condition monitoring solution. This post is a summary of the conversation between this customer and our global engineering partner ALS (who manage this relationship).
One of the most important lessons that we have learnt in our four years of actively selling the FitMachine is the value that a pilot deployment of FitMachine delivers to clients. Deploying FitMachines and beginning the journey to understand asset health is for many clients a paradigm shift in thinking.
The University of Queensland is one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious Universities with facilities and operations spread around Queensland. Whilst UQ is considered an Ivy League University, it also has a reputation for being an early adopter of innovative technology – so its no wonder UQ was one of MOVUS’s first customers for its world leading continuous condition monitoring solution – FitMachine.