Hannover Messe 2019 Predictive maintenance: Service, give me a note

| Editor: Theresa Knell

A mobile variant of a sound recognition system for machine diagnosis is said to be work in difficult application scenarios.

This mobile sound recognition system in pocket format can make high-quality recordings.
This mobile sound recognition system in pocket format can make high-quality recordings.
(Source: Neuron Soundware)

Neuron Soundware, a start-up founded in Prague in 2016, has developed, for predictive maintenance logging, a mobile variant of the sound recognition system for machine diagnosis shown at last year’s Hannover Messe: this new nCard system is now being presented for the first time. It is based on a shielded sound card which can be connected with Android smartphones and is said to guarantee high-quality audio recordings anywhere.

The convenient nCard device is equipped with an analogue-to-digital converter with double channel recording function. This is said to enable monitoring of machines and installations even in difficult scenarios.

In the near future, a pilot project using the nCard system for data collection from industrial robots will start. Maintenance technicians will then use an AI algorithm to assess the current status of robots and plan their maintenance in order to avoid unexpected outages.

Now a device from the second-generation of the nBox machine-diagnosis system presented a year ago is on show; in addition, Neuron Soundware has in the meantime developed a system variant for the very maintenance-intensive CHP units.

Visit Neuron SW Ltd at Hannover Messe in Hall 13, Booth D10/1.

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