The 4th industrial revolution is creating significant opportunities for businesses across all sectors, with unprecedented improvements now achievable in productivity and equipment performance by combining skills, technology, and data analytics. Nidec, one of the world’s comprehensive motor manufacturer and world leader in industrial alternators; acquired globally recognised brands Leroy Somer and Control Techniques in 2017.
Nidec have launched a new, game-changing remote asset condition monitoring platform called Forecyte, which minimises unexpected equipment failure, reduces operating costs, extends service life, and boosts up-time. The Forecyte system can be used with a range of equipment, such as: motors, pumps, compressors, generators, and gearboxes. With the ability to be used both indoors and outdoors, and for multiple sensors to report into one online user interface in real time, it is truly a piece of affordable technology that can have remarkable benefits for a range of businesses, manufacturers, and industries.
By combining technical capabilities and expertise, GES Group can provide significant value to our customers through the Nidec partnership. As an authorised partner, value-added services include express availability and local stocks; project management, sizing and on-site commissioning preventive and predictive maintenance; repairs, overhauls and rewinds; and equipment efficiency analysis.