Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Elmodis

We Make Industry Smarter.
European Union
2015
Private
< $10m
11 - 50
Open website
Elmodis provides an integrated hardware and cloud based software solution that enables manufacturers and users of electric motors (EM) and EM-powered machines to remotely monitor performance of their equipment in real time, based only on electric parameters.

Elmodis was founded by an experienced team of engineers that had worked for more than 15 years for European industrial customers in the areas of machine monitoring and diagnostics, predictive maintenance and energy efficiency. The technology applied in their implementations was developed in-house, based only on measuring current and voltage from electric engines powering those machines. The whole solution is patent-pending and has been proven in various industrial applications.

Year founded: 2015
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A lot has been written about the Industrial IoT (or “Industry 4.0”, as it’s called in Europe) and to many it seems another buzzword without any actual meaning. Indeed, it‘s very difficult to imagine its trillion dollar impact on the economy, many billions of connected devices, or billions of dollars to be spent on IIoT solutions by companies, without seeing actual examples.

However, if we go down to a factory level, it all starts to make more sense. As we can read in a special report about Industrial IoT prepared by World Economic Forum and Accenture: “With the Industrial Internet, manufacturers are already using new software capabilities to improve operational efficiency through predictive maintenance, and achieving results such as savings on scheduled repairs (12%), reduced maintenance costs (nearly 30%) and fewer breakdowns (almost 70%)”. An “IIoT State of Initiative Survey Report” by Smart Industry (May 2015) indicates that the two top benefits driving the adoption of Industrial IoT are to optimize asset utilization and reduce operational cost.

For any industrial plant (in manufacturing, oil & gas, energy, mining, etc.) to operate properly, hundreds of machines are needed to work on site. In short, they power key industrial processes by moving things around: air, water, raw materials, chemicals, or even the entire production line. These are mainly pumps, compressors, industrial fans, conveyor belts, etc. What they all have in common are electric motors that power them.

Elmodis team has developed standard models of electricity flows for the most common industrial machines, formulating an integrated hardware and cloud based software solution that enables manufacturers and users of electric motors (EM) and EM-powered machines to remotely monitor performance of their equipment in real time, based only on electric parameters.
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Hardware
Hardware products that are used by end users that contain IoT technology.
Software
Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Providing the infrastructure to store and manage data.
Services
Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
Number of Case Studies1
Monitoring of Pressure Pumps in Automotive Industry
Monitoring of Pressure Pumps in Automotive Industry
A large German/American producer of auto parts uses high-pressure pumps to deburr machined parts as a part of its production and quality check process. They decided to monitor these pumps to make sure they work properly and that they can see any indications leading to a potential failure before it affects their process.
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