Arrow Electronics announces alliance with Senseye

30 May 2022 News

Arrow Electronics, represented in South Africa by Altron Arrow, has signed an agreement with Senseye, a company that specialises in predictive maintenance using artificial intelligence (AI). Under the agreement, which covers Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), the companies will bring to market an AI and machine learning (ML) monitoring and predictive maintenance (PdM) solution for industrial organisations.

The solution will utilise pre-configured hardware that sends machine data to the Senseye PdM platform in Microsoft Azure and leverages the Azure IoT Hub service to ingest data. Senseye will provide cloud software and application expertise, while Arrow will supply preconfigured hardware kits to provide data from the edge, backed by expertise in the deployment and support of that hardware.

The Senseye PdM platform can be integrated with new or existing machinery infrastructure. By monitoring key parameters such as current and vibration, Senseye PdM can determine machine health and identify signs of impending deterioration to help organisations boost machine availability, meet and exceed sustainability goals, monitor thousands of machines globally, integrate their key systems, and guarantee their return on investment.

The solution provides access to status information on all assets, enabling models to be developed and analysed which provide actionable insights into machine condition. This information helps to guide early interventions that can help prevent minor problems from becoming major equipment failures.

Commenting on the agreement, James Stannard, vice president of sales of Arrow’s intelligent solutions business in EMEA, said, “We are excited to welcome Senseye to the ecosystem of companies that help to deliver comprehensive operational technology systems. Arrow fulfils the role of solution orchestrator, bringing together the ingredients and helping ensure that all the necessary technologies and skills are in place and function smoothly together.”

For more information contact Gyula Wendler, Altron Arrow, +27 11 923 9600, [email protected],


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