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ADLINK Becomes Senseye-Ready Partner to Reduce Machine Downtime in Manufacturing and Offer ROI Guarantee

Senseye-Ready Partner ecosystem ensures compatibility and performance of ADLINK hardware and Senseye software to reduce predictive maintenance complexity

Summary:
• Ecosystem partners deliver an edge-to-cloud solution enabling the acquisition of diagnostic and descriptive analytics used to reduce machine downtime
• New combined offering guarantees a 100% ROI on cost of Senseye PdM subscription fee
• Rapid deployment takes as little as five days, quickly delivering value and reducing time-to-scale

Taipei, Taiwan – Thursday, April 1

ADLINK Technology Inc., a global leader in edge computing, joins the Senseye-Ready ecosystem to offer predictive maintenance solutions supported by the Senseye ROI Lock™ guarantee. Manufacturing, maintenance and operations managers can now implement predictive maintenance with complete confidence that they will get a minimum 100% return on their software investment.

Through the Senseye Ready program, ADLINK edge AI platforms pair with Senseye PdM software, which tracks machine health and alerts users of potential machine failures before they occur, to ensure the predictive maintenance experience will work out-of-the-box. Based on previous deployments, the combined solution requires an initial setup and learning period of just five days and less than an hour for training on the Senseye application.

“Joining the Senseye-Ready Partner ecosystem is part of ADLINK’s commitment to making factories smarter,” said Daniel Collins, Director of IoT Solutions and technology, ADLINK. “Our offerings support data acquisition and analysis from many different types of manufacturing assets, enabling predictive maintenance capabilities across fleets and factories to yield higher productivity and reduce losses due to machine downtime.”

ADLINK’s range of rugged machine condition monitoring (MCM) devices are pre-configured with its Edge™ IoT software, allowing the aggregation of asset performance data from multiple sensors at the edge on the factory floor. This data is streamed in real-time to Senseye’s cloud-based platform for immediate and historical analysis, to identify unusual operating performance metrics and alert maintenance managers to take action to prevent costly equipment shutdowns.

The Senseye Ready Partner program ensures testing and verification of ADLINK’s edge AI platforms and Senseye’s predictive maintenance cloud-based software. The Senseye ROI Lock initiative, backed by global reinsurer SCOR, provides customers with a full refund if the savings achieved by avoiding unplanned downtime do not exceed the cost of subscribing to Senseye’s predictive maintenance solution, Senseye PdM. The Senseye-Ready Partner ecosystem is proven to show significant reductions in unplanned downtime and reduced maintenance costs of up to 40 percent.

“We developed Senseye Ready to provide additional benefit to our customers by simplifying procurement and assuring them access to the very best hardware solutions to increase maintenance efficiencies and avoid unplanned machine downtime,” said Graham Dunlop, Partner Director, Senseye. “We saw a perfect fit with ADLINK and the focus both companies have on improving manufacturing operations and driving adoption of Industry 4.0 best practice.”

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About ADLINK Technology
ADLINK Technology Inc. is a global leader in edge computing. Our mission is to affect positive change in society and industry by connecting people, places and things with AI. The company offerings include robust boards, real-time data acquisition solutions and application enablement for AIoT. ADLINK serves vertical markets including manufacturing, communications, healthcare, aerospace, defense, energy, infotainment and transportation. ADLINK is a Titanium Member of the Intel® Partner Alliance, a partner of NVIDIA, and a contributor to standards initiatives such as Eclipse, OCP, OMG and ROS2 TSC. ADLINK is ISO-9001, ISO-14001, ISO-13485 and TL9000 certified and is publicly traded on TAIEX (Stock Code: 6166). Learn more at www.adlinktech.com.

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