RS teams for AI monitoring as it shifts focus
Distributor RS Components is working with Senseye in Southampton, UK, on AI-based industrial analytics technology as part of a shift in its focus.
RS, a brand of the Electrocomponents group, will use Senseye’s AI-powered industrial analytics technology in its cloud-based condition-monitoring platform, RS Industria. This new platform is being launched at Digital Manufacturing Week this week and represents a significant step in the transformation of RS Components from a product-based supplier to a services and solutions company with a focus on supporting business and industrial customers with maintenance, repairs and operations.
“This relationship with Senseye enables users of our new cloud-based condition monitoring platform, RS Industria, easy access to Senseye’s proven market-leading predictive maintenance alerting service. RS Industria’s modular approach to implementation means customers can now apply the very latest condition monitoring technologies to specific assets, rapidly and at low-risk,” said Richard Jeffers, Director of RS Maintenance Solutions.
“We’re delighted to be working closely with RS Components in enabling wider market access to our technology and to unique programmes such as our ‘ROI Lock’, which guarantees a positive ROI through our predictive maintenance technology,” said Rob Russell, Senseye’s Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer. “Our companies share the same vision of enabling improved asset maintenance through the practical and robust application of information technology, and we are looking forward to working closely with the RS Industria team.
Senseye customers include car maker Nissan and the Tata group.
RS Components is now developing digital services that support essential maintenance activities. This is one of nine brands at Electrocomponents, including Okdo and DesignSpark as well as Allied Electronics and Automation in the US and its own-brand RS Pro line. It also has the Needlers and Liscombe brands supplying personal protection equipment (PPE).
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