4Atmos Technologies Merges with Mtell to Boost Transportation and Industrial Sector
FREMONT, CA: 4Atmos Technologies, a technical consulting company has moved on a joint alliance with Mtell. Mtell is a reputed asset health solution provider in the field of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The alliance offers transportation and industrial market with Implementation and Consulting Services for Mtell Software.
Mtell implements effective maintenance procedures and detects flaws in the machines to prevent them from facing failures. Servicing procedures include detailed analysis and health diagnostics of the equipments thereby minimizing the errors efficiently. The company’s professional services range from installation and commissioning to project scoping, support and training. It also offers Conscious Monitoring Agents (CMA) to constantly interpret every failed signal and, subsequently provide information about the consequences to suggest appropriate actions for solving the problem. The three main categories of CMA include Hidden Failure Agents, Anomaly Detection Agents and Failure Signature Agents. Mtell plays a vital role in development of IIoT.
4Atmos, a certified partner of Mtell assures Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics proving to be better than charts, reports, Excel Pivot tables and dashboards. With machine learning, the focus of the company is to apply advanced algorithms and detect patterns from the data to predict failures before they occur. The company serves across various sectors such as rail & transportation, oil & gas, water, mining & metals, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and energy. “4Atmos is excited to be a part of this new strategic alliance with Mtell. We’ve witnessed Mtell clients achieving remarkable successes and saving millions of dollars by avoiding potential failures,” said Mike Jensen, President of 4Atmos.
The partnership with 4Atmos helps Mtell to assist their clients with a systematic approach. 4Atmos’ collaboration with Mtell will effectively generate profitable outcome, by merging process and machine sensor data with maintenance activity.
“Mtell’s prescriptive analytic technology makes opportunities from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) a reality and is transforming the industry with methods unmatched by its competition.” adds Mike.
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