Senseye is attending Maintec 2016 with its Prognosys machine monitoring and predictive failure analysis software.
Senseye will be exhibiting and demonstrating its innovative machine failure forecasting software at the forthcoming Maintec 2016 exhibition and conference in Birmingham from the 22nd to the 24th March.
Alexander Hill, Co-founder of Senseye will be presenting a talk on the background of prognostics and its original use in the Aerospace industry and why and how it adds value over traditional diagnostics and predictive analytics approaches.
Commenting on the event, Alexander says, “Maintec is one of the largest events of its type and we’re excited to be able to show the delegates what our prognostics and condition monitoring software, Prognosys, is capable of”.
Senseye will be exhibiting the software with live demonstrations on stand M235 throughout the event dates as well as offering a prize draw every day for delegates.
The three-day Maintec event covers maintenance, plans and asset management and is designed to attract decision-makers and buyers in the UK’s maintenance, plans and asset management community.
Senseye is currently offering a zero-cost trial of its Prognosys cloud-based software for a period of three months enabling manufactures to prove the value of the product. The company is accepting applications now and will offer all setup and configuration without charge.