Augury, an AI-based Machine Health solution provider, unveiled a range of new features and service offerings for industrial facilities to keep the machines essential to critical supply chains performing at their best. Additionally, Augury has launched new guided self-installation capabilities so customers can implement machine health monitoring in new facilities even when access may be restricted.
The new offerings include:
“These days we’re all feeling the impact when we can’t get essential products, ranging from tissue paper to bottled water,” said Saar Yoskovitz, CEO of Augury. “Our customers are telling us that machine health and remote collaboration matter more than ever to them, and they want to expand their deployment of digital solutions in these challenging times. We’re now enabling customers to bring new machines and facilities onto our Machine Health platform even where personnel cannot come on-site. New productivity features will help our customers scale up machine health across more facilities and teams, and collaborate more efficiently while still staying focused on the issues that matter most. We’re delivering these features based on our customers’ requests to ensure they can continue to meet the needs of their customers around the world.”
The new Threads Tagging feature works in a way similar to Slack or other collaboration tools, allowing users to notify team members or subject matter experts if they want their attention on a certain question or issue. All conversations are preserved in the Augury platform to help users in future similar situations and as an easy way to share best practices across the entire team. Customized alerts allow users to decide which machines or production lines they want to focus on most so they can keep track of their most critical assets.
All features and new services are available immediately.
Augury is building a world where people can always rely on the machines that matter. Augury supports its customers by enabling Digital Transformation through superior insights into the health and performance of the machines they use to make products, deliver services and improve lives.
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