DCO Systems offer an affordable approach to equipment sensors and monitoring
DCO Systems launch equipment sensors that power themselves using waste energy found in heat, vibration and light. Retrofitting these game-changing wireless sensors enables affordable monitoring of an entire steam powered system, with DCO’s software making reports available immediately when issues arise via dashboards, alerts and notifications.
Many companies offer what they call a wireless monitoring solution, but these often need batteries that require frequent replacements. DCO’s truly wireless energy harvesting sensors do not require maintenance or an electrician to install them. The system improves maintenance (predictive, preventative and corrective), reduces downtime, enhances quality control and extends equipment lifetime.
As Andrew explains “There is a need for affordable and reliable monitoring solutions in steam powered industries. Solutions originating in the computing world are often difficult to adapt for smaller engineering teams. Mechanical engineering and IT often feel like two separate worlds. DCO bridges the gap and delivers practical innovations that engineers can immediately use.”
DCO Systems will be at the Plant & Asset Management Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham from 5-7 April 2022. Exclusive talks and demonstrations will be held, along with the opportunity to meet and talk to the founder and MD Andrew Doherty and his team. To find out more contact us, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01285 359059.