Schneider Electric and Semiotic Labs announce partnership to expand EcoStruxure Asset Advisor digital service to include condition-based monitoring and predictive maintenance of rotating equipment
Strategic partnership provides customers with expanded digital service to now support rotating equipment assets
Expands portfolio of condition-based digital services for most critical assets along your entire electrical system, from utility entry downstream to rotating equipment powering your processes
Provides operations and maintenance managers one dashboard and digital service team, through Schneider’s Connected Service Hub, for a single view of the health of a broad portfolio of critical assets
SEOUL--(Korea Newswire) May 14, 2021 -- Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, and Semiotic Labs, a provider of an AI-driven predictive maintenance solution for AC motors and rotating equipment, have signed a partnership agreement. This agreement will broaden Schneider’s managed service offerings to now support the monitoring of rotating equipment including induction motors, pumps, conveyors, and compressors.
This expanded digital service enables the implementation of an optimal condition-based maintenance strategy for critical motors, vital to the reduction of costly unplanned process downtime. The integration of Semiotic Labs’ predictive analytics into Schneider’s EcoStruxure Asset Advisor platform enables the prediction of upcoming failures up to six months in advance, thereby giving maintenance teams the time needed to resolve potential failures before they happen. The expanded service gives plant and operations managers a unified user experience and remote expert service team, through Schneider’s Connected Service Hub, for a single view of the health of a broad portfolio of critical and multi-site assets.
“We know that enabling resiliency by minimizing costly unplanned downtime and on-site interventions is paramount to driving higher operational efficiency,” says Stephane Maravel, Schneider’s SVP for Digital Services. “This new partnership with Semiotic Labs expands our digital service offering to now enable condition-based monitoring of rotating equipment, an asset class deemed highly critical by our customers.”
Semiotic Labs’ SAM4 system delivers market-leading accuracy, offering the highest levels of savings due to the innovative AI-based technology that uses electrical signals and the data fingerprint of AC motors and other rotating equipment to monitor and analyze the condition of critical plant assets, enabling reliable and early prediction of developing faults. In contrast to the traditional and vibration-based solutions, SAM4 operates based on sensors installed directly inside the motor control cabinet - not on the asset itself. Thanks to this, the solution is a good complement to Schneider’s broad portfolio and installed base of motor management assets, and leverages Schneider’s expertise across the electrical domain.
Through this tight integration, EcoStruxure Asset Advisor powered by SAM4 analytics provides Schneider customers with robust asset reliability. SAM4’s advanced machine learning algorithms also provide performance and energy insights that drive improved asset management efficiency and effectiveness.
“This partnership is a great news for Schneider Electric customers who are looking to increase uptime and decrease energy waste,” says Jasper Hoogeweegen, CEO of Semiotic Labs. “It puts customers in a position to prevent machine failures and significantly reduce energy usage.”
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