3DSignals has gained a distinct competitive edge in the European machine diagnostics market by delivering innovative ultrasonic acoustic sensors and deep learning technologies that are proven to help manufacturers minimize downtime.
Kfar Sava, Israel (PRWEB) September 19, 2017
3DSignals, a leading provider of machine hearing for industrial machines, has been honored as the 2017 Entrepreneurial Company of the Year by Frost & Sullivan for its innovative solutions in the European industrial machine diagnostics market.
Amnon Shenfeld, CEO of 3DSignals credits the company's success to the growing need of traditional industries for operational efficiency, supported by massive transformation in Industry 4.0 and IoT-powered predictive maintenance technology. “We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg in the way machine hearing will change the way we collect and analyze data. Based on the overwhelmingly positive response and measurable results from our customers, 3DSignals is well positioned to democratize sound as a meaningful tool serving both predictive maintenance needs, as well as operational efficiency and safety applications. This prestigious award is a great honor, and one I share with the entire team.”
Predisound™ is 3DSignals’ proprietary hardware and software system that includes airborne ultrasonic sensors that detect anomalies in the sound that machines make while running. The platform’s deep learning and predictive analytics software processes these sound signals and aggregates the data, allowing authorized users to remotely monitor their machines from any location and receive alerts on changes in sound patterns. The technology can be applied to machines used in manufacturing, power generation, oil and gas, automotive, robotics, renewables, steel/metal, mining, valve & flow controls, and other industrial sectors.
Frost & Sullivan appreciates how 3DSignals has proven to the traditional predictive maintenance market that divergent thinking can result in novel technologies that have the potential to disrupt the industry.
“3DSignals has gained a distinct competitive edge in the European machine diagnostics market by delivering innovative ultrasonic acoustic sensors and deep learning technologies that are proven to help manufacturers minimize downtime,” said Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst, Nandini Natarajan. “In just two years since its founding, 3DSignals has demonstrated a relatively fast growth rate through product installations and is working to expand its predictive maintenance capabilities across several industry verticals.”
The Entrepreneurial Company of the Year is part of Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practice Awards, which recognize companies in a variety of categories and global markets. Each year, winners are determined based on two key factors: Entrepreneurial Innovation and Customer Impact. Frost & Sullivan analysts independently and objectively analyze performance according to key benchmarking criteria such as market disruption, competitive differentiation, passionate persistence, customer experience and service, price to performance value, and brand equity.
3DSignals, a pioneer in machine hearing for industrial machines, offers an innovative cloud based predictive monitoring solution that collects sounds from industrial machines and equipment, analyzes the acoustic data, and provides meaningful insights. The mission of 3DSignals is to transform sound, currently an untapped data source, into an attainable resource to better understand machines' health and help increase their uptime. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Kfar Sava, Israel. For more information, visit http://3dsig.com.