Following the launch of its Alliance Member Program, sensemetrics Inc., announced this week its latest members — SoilVision, Leica Geosystems, GKM Consultants, DHI, i-IoT Solutions, beadedstream, Tata22, Clonsa Ingenieria, Wireless Sensor Solutions and GEOKON.
A worldwide network, sensemetrics’ Alliance is committed to delivering comprehensive and feature-rich IIoT solutions to industrial clients and their challenging work environments.
sensemetrics delivers a plug-and-play, end-to-end IIoT solution that provides complete sensor data capture, standardization and real-time data visualization and intelligence. Differentiated by a true cloud design and API-driven architecture, the platform reduces the cost and complexity of introducing IoT strategies into industrial environments by omitting lengthy installation, and significant services and customization spend. As a direct result, organizations realize time to value, as well as avoidance of risk, instantly.
sensemetrics offers market proven cloud-based enterprise-level software platform that transforms industrial sensor data into real-time situational awareness, enabling active risk management and safety solutions instantly. The result is reduced infrastructure cost, improved asset utilization, higher operational efficiency and increased safety.
Enterprises and government agencies rely on sensemetrics’ IIoT platform to power smarter decision making in their organizations, enabling seamless collaboration and integration with existing systems and IT architecture.
“It is a privilege to welcome such an outstanding group of world-class innovators,” said sensemetrics CEO Matt Meehan. “sensemetrics Alliance members are comprised of firms who standardize and incorporate market-proven solutions during the engineering design phase, implementation and on-going management to optimize asset performance and risk management.”
“We are proud to be among leading industrial firms that possess the skills to architect, implement and optimize automated instrumentation and monitoring solutions,” said Marco Pacheco, Clonsa Ingenieria’s Marketing and Support Manager. “As a Chilean engineering company with 30 years of experience in mining, maritime and other industrial sectors, we strive to provide our customers with the most advanced solutions that dramatically improve processes and ensure safety while increasing ROI for all stakeholders.”
Value-added resellers, system integrators and technology partners across verticals, including natural resources, water, infrastructure, energy and construction, sensemetrics Alliance members dedicate resources to build services around the sensemetrics platform.
“We are honored to be a member of the sensemetrics Alliance Program,” said Geokon Director, Tony Simmonds. “Providing customers with high quality sensors which deliver excellent long-term stability and proven reliability has been our pledge since our founding in 1979 and remains at the fore to this day. The sensemetrics platform integrates seamlessly with our portfolio and contributes, in no small way, in providing new insights and intelligence unparalleled in the industry.”
sensemetrics has also been selected to present to the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), an international organization dedicated to improving the social and environmental performance of the mining and metals industry, in a vendor engagement session held alongside the Sixth International Conference on Tailings Management, Santiago.
Building on ICMM’s recent decision to establish an independent panel of experts focused on developing an international standard for tailings dams, sensemetrics will present its solutions to address problem statements posed by ICMM, including the ability to rapidly collect, manage, and display data from various monitoring and remote sensing technologies, while avoiding errors in data interpretation, among other issues.
ICMM is seeking vendors and independent researchers to aid in evaluating monitoring and data management technologies that can be utilized in a variety of mining operations. ICMM agreed to work collectively to advance progress toward implementing superior and cost-effective alternatives to conventionally managed tailings dams to aid in reducing the risk of catastrophic failure.