Enhancements to Augury’s AI-based machine health platform include new capabilities and collaboration tools for personnel working remotely.
Augury, which supplies AI-based machine health solutions, launched new capabilities and enhancements for remote monitoring and diagnosis of manufacturing equipment, including pharmaceutical manufacturing. A new feature called Augury Threads is a collaboration tool that allows maintenance teams, reliability experts, and operations teams to share analytics, insights, recommendations, and actions about critical machines from anywhere in the world.
Other improvements to the Augury platform include remote diagnostics, such as improved machine health and anomaly-based alerts, with deeper root cause analysis and prescriptive maintenance recommendations. The company has enhanced remote feedback and troubleshooting with improvements to the speed and functionality of diagnostic feedback on repairs. According to the press release, maintenance actions can be validated in near-real time by logging a repair and initiating a conversation with an Augury machine health expert. The platform offers a remote view of machine history, which can be combined with the new Augury Threads feature as a single place to track the history of a machine’s performance and the expert reliability conversations around it. The new Augury Threads feature is available now to Augury customers using Halo sensors, and all other features are available to all Augury customers, said the company in a March 23, 2020 press release. The company is also providing increased support for remote on-boarding of new personnel and machines.