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Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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Stay hungry. Stay foolish.

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People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to pick carefully. I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things. Steve Jobs – Apple Worldwide Developers’ Conference, 1997

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Abbreviation Tag

The abbreviation srsly stands for “seriously”.

Acronym Tag (deprecated in HTML5)

The acronym ftw stands for “for the win”.

Big Tag (deprecated in HTML5)

These tests are a big deal, but this tag is no longer supported in HTML5.

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“Code is poetry.” —Automattic

Code Tag

You will learn later on in these tests that word-wrap: break-word; will be your best friend.

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.post-title {
	margin: 0 0 5px;
	font-weight: bold;
	font-size: 38px;
	line-height: 1.2;
	and here's a line of some really, really, really, really long text, just to see how the PRE tag handles it and to find out how it overflows;
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Developers, developers, developers… –Steve Ballmer

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Getting our science styling on with H2O, which should push the “2” down.

Superscript Tag

Still sticking with science and Isaac Newton’s E = MC2, which should lift the 2 up.

Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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Danfoss is world-renowned for its technology, innovations, and reliability. Distence is proud to partner with Danfoss in delivering even more reliable solutions to Danfoss customers.

Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps (HPP) are used globally in a wide array of applications, ranging from reverse osmosis to fire fighting. Their reliability is critical to the processes they support.

Continuous measurement and monitoring with automatic alarms help with early detection of potential faults or failures in several parts of the pump that otherwise, eventually could lead to expensive downtime, shortage of supply, or even environmental hazard.

With continuous monitoring and the transparency it offers, the process from the detection of abnormal behavior to spare part inventory management and repairs can be optimized, and the risk of unplanned downtime can be reduced. The visibility to the pump, often remotely installed, helps R&D- as well as O&M-organizations, to understand the actual use and condition of the pump in the environment it is installed in.

“Cooperation with Distence started already in 2018, and we are now in the process of evaluating the condition monitoring technology on a global scale. We are convinced of the potential of applying this kind of technology, and we are keen to develop our concepts and solutions further,” said Georg Herborg

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO at Distence: “Distence is honored to partner with a global and demanding customer like Danfoss High-Pressure Pumps in developing digital solutions for critical pumps. We are at our best with assets in demanding environments and see a great fit in this new partnership.”

EASA European and World Chapter Convention, Lisbon

26.-28. September, EASA, the international association for all Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Sales and Service Providers, is hosting a convention with the topic “Tools of Innovation for our Industry, Peer to Peer conference with Industry Experts”.  Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, will be speaking on condition monitoring along with other significant industry players Read more about the event!

Teknologia 19Helsinki

5.-7. November, Teknologia 19, gathers again innovators and technology leaders to Helsinki. This years’ theme is Human, Responsibility and Technology. Distence stand at the event is 7H131. We will de showcasing our newest applications and use cases of the Condence platform and our Smart Terminal family.  Read more about the event!

Pumpenforum, Würzburg

19.-20. November, Pumpenforumoffers a focused look into the world of pumps, the critical assets that drive most processes and our daily lives. This event dives deep into the processes and technologies that support this years’ theme: Control Pumps and Pump-systems safely. Read more about the event! 

The benefits of proactive and predictive maintenance are undeniable. There are several methods on how to apply either one. In this article, we use rotating machinery as an example. Most methods fail in accuracy, efficiency, or they are prohibitively too expensive from a modern perspective. Balancing cost, efficiency, and accuracy is sometimes hard at the time of purchase as there are several variables in play. The goal of maintenance is reliability and uptime, being the payback for all actions. The second benefit from monitoring next to the maintenance goals is understanding the use of the asset. How is the asset being used, contributing even more to the equation in the form of end-user satisfaction, training needs as well as feedback to R&D?

Many of the traditional solutions are based on the idea of an on-premise engineer with a relevant skillset to collect the data and to analyze the information. Having people with relevant skills is not given, though. And developing deep knowhow in e.g. vibration analysis is not as easy as one might think. Knowledge also moves along with the person, keeping it in-house is as demanding as retaining good people.

Another approach is to make something simple and low cost. The low-end approach is not a bad idea, as something is better than nothing. These systems can detect that something is wrong for sure, when something happens. The question many times is, what is the process that follows the analysis and detection of a potential fault? Further inspections, root cause analysis, ordering of spare parts, scheduling, shutdown, or a maintenance break? There is a huge benefit from having a lead time, to anticipate and react based on observation, a symptom. The cost of reactive vs. predictive is embedded in the process.

What if there was an option to reduce the cost of traditional monitoring methods significantly, reduce the need for on-premise experts, give lead time to react, and increase the accuracy in our analysis?

To achieve this, accurate measurement data needs to be collected from, e.g., IEPE/ICP vibration sensors. With continuous, statistically valid highly accurate measurements, the operations- and maintenance organization has a continuous pulse on the asset. In the case of rotating machines, as we might be looking at something with low, high, or variable speed, the vibration data can be supplemented by RPM sensors and other process measurements like temperature or pressure to build a more comprehensive view and to see how these values trend and correlate over time.

With this method, depending on the asset and use, the repair cost can be reduced on average by 30%. This is achieved simply by having the insight from the analysis and a heads-up to what repairs to do. This lead time and insight allow for correct and accurate planning, contributing to the many elements of cost in operations and maintenance processes. Moving from manual inspections to automatized monitoring will pay back the system in less than 12 months. The cost elements include less manual work, less field crew drive time, lead time to plan and react, and less downtime, just to name a few. On the other side of the equation, consistent data from assets to R&D for customer-centric design, longer life of assets, circular economy targets, and new business models, combined, can lead to payback much faster. The continuous, accurate data is also a perfect source for machine learning, AI and other applications.

Notably, with a 3-month inspection interval, the theoretical potential failure between inspections is 25%, when with continuous monitoring the corresponding figure is only 0,01% (as continuous monitoring gives close to real-time information). The most significant source of savings is to avoid downtime. In any case, the payback is less than 12 months with higher accuracy.

With the Condence solution, it is possible to use standard “commercial off-the-shelf” sensors, making the system flexible and fast to deploy. The solution is offered with IP67 graded casing to match installation- and environmental requirements in demanding industrial applications. Each device, smart terminal, can have up to 8 vibration sensors and a variety of other measurement points with no need for long cabling – it is easy and fast to install.

The communication uses a built-in GSM-modem while edge computing capabilities, embedded processing of data, allows for optimizing of data transfer volumes. Fully integrated from sensor to user interface, the system is efficient and easy to run, update and maintain.

The architecture results in savings on sensors, installation and data transfer, leading to a significant reduction in both investment and operational costs. Data and knowledge that before used to remain on the premise and often is tacit in nature, is now shared across the entire organization, resulting in both cost savings and new opportunities.

Janne-Pekka Karttunen, CEO

Earlier this year Distence released the next-generation SaaS platform, Condence, for rotating machines. The platform is already widely on the market with our customers’ brands such as “Smartbow – intelligent spreader roll” and “David Brown Santsalo’s Gearwatch“. As the platform, specifically developed for rotating machines, gains momentum, we felt it deserves its own logo.

Condence is a platform combining data collection using purpose-built hardware, optimized for monitoring rotating machines, with communication, embedded analytics, and a cloud platform. This end-to-end solution is designed to be used by both OEM’s and operation- and maintenance organizations on a global scale in industrial environments for remote condition monitoring and extending the life of rotating machines.

“It can easily combine a wide range of analysis
methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis
to form a comprehensive purpose-driven
picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.”

The Chameleon character in the logo is called Condis. It symbolizes the flexibility of the solution. The fast-to-deploy productized system can be used in a variety of industrial assets ranging from wind turbines, cranes and gears to pumps. It can easily combine a wide range of analysis methods e.g. vibration-, temperature- and oil analysis to form a comprehensive purpose-driven picture of an asset or asset-group on a global scale.

Distence is offering the solution both as a “white label”-option and under its own brand with supporting marketing.

For more information on the Condence solution, please contact us!

Distence is on growth stage and continues to invest in commercial know-how and support.

Tommi comes with a relevant set of skills and experience from growth companies, buy-outs, as well as more mature ones like Nets. In the beginning, his main focus is on supporting sales in new sales and deliveries to accelerate growth.

We at Distence are pleased to have more hands-on experience in scaling delivery models from an established business to a more structured one. After the learning period, we expect Tommi to take more responsibility for product management and improve e.g. product launch in a commercial context.

At the spare time, Tommi enjoys running and sports. Reach out to Tommi at:

tommi.trogen@distence.fi
+358 40 777 6110

Distence is presenting at the 10th-anniversary EcoSummit in Berlin. Ecosummit, which gathers like-minded investors, corporations and start-ups, is a great place to see the newest technologies and business models in this field.

Distence CEO, Janne-Pekka Karttunen, is presenting under the topic Industrial Asset Life Cycle Management on the 16th at 13:05. He will be covering the size of the market and the enormous potential in optimizing the life cycle management of rotating machines, such as motors, pumps and gears. These assets are critical components in pretty much any industrial process you can imagine, account for a huge portion of energy consumed globally and generate close to 90% of their life cycle cost after installation. Our customers tackle this inefficiency and waste with Distence edge computing and cloud technology. In his talk, Janne-Pekka Karttunen will be opening up how this is done with the Distence solution.

Come visit us at Ecosummit Berlin, 15-16 May 2019 at Radialsystem, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin.

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