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Senseye, the manufacturing Uptime-as-a-Service leader, will be exhibiting and demonstrating its automatic condition monitoring and prognostics software, featuring Remaining Useful Life calculations at the upcoming Maintec 2017 exhibition and conference in Birmingham, UK over the 21nd to the 23th March.

Co-founder of Senseye, Alexander Hill will be presenting a talk on automatic predictive maintenance and how cost-efficiencies can be realized across manufacturing sectors, allowing for a 10-40% reduction in maintenance costs and a reduction in downtime of 30-50%.

Alexander comments “As one of the largest events of its type, Maintec is a great event to learn about the future of maintenance technology and we’re excited to show how we’re revolutionizing predictive maintenance.”

Senseye will be exhibiting the software with live demonstrations on stand M370 throughout the...

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