Fluke Reliability acquires AI-powered vibration analytics and remote condition monitoring solution

Mike Edwards   

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Fluke Reliability of Everett, WA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortive Corporation, has acquired Azima DLI, a subscription-based remote condition monitoring and AI-powered vibration analytics software company.

Azima DLI’s solution is said to enable industrial businesses to increase asset uptime, reduce reactive maintenance, and optimize manufacturing operations while maximizing revenue through accurate, predictive insights.

The company’s Watchman 360 vibration analytics platform detects specific faults, predicts time-to-failure, and recommends corrective action.

The acquisition also includes remote condition monitoring services, where a team of Azima DLI experts perform complex vibration analysis. The analysis provides customers with reports on maintenance actions; enhancing operations, reducing downtime/cost, and alleviating teams that are expertise-constrained or operating with reduced headcount.

Azima DLI is a predictive maintenance company in scalable, hosted, condition monitoring services. Their innovative products deliver peak reliability, availability, and uptime. DLI Engineering was founded in 1966, acquired by Azima in 2008 to establish the Azima DLI reliability-as-a-service system, and then purchased by SymphonyAI in 2019.

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