Grundfos, a pump and water technology company, and Augury, an AI-based mechanical diagnostics provider, are partnering to change the way the world accesses water, enabling more reliable and sustainable water services.
Grundfos and Augury reportedly are partnering to bring continuous diagnostics to Grundfos’ current and coming customers as well as co-developing smart diagnostics capabilities in future products. The partnership will combine Augury’s knowledge of algorithm powered machine listening, with the water technology and pump systems of Grundfos to create condition monitoring services and solutions.
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning are transforming how we access and consume water,” said Fredrik Östbye, Group VP, Head of Digital Transformation, Grundfos. “We’re excited about our new partnership with Augury and together we will make water and pump systems more reliable, sustainable and resilient for years to come. Furthermore, together we can use our capabilities to create something new, adding more value to our customers based on our joint expertise.”
For Augury, this cooperation widens market access and provides exposure to Grundfos’ broad experience in the pump business. With Grundfos, Augury expects to further fine-tune its algorithms leading to the creation of new and innovative solutions - which will solidify Augury’s position as a leader in the predictive analytics market.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Grundfos,” said Saar Yoskovitz, Co-Founder and CEO, Augury. “Together we are in a unique position to shape the emerging market of connected devices as it introduces new business models that provide more value to end users. Our mission is to make machines more reliable while reducing their environmental impact and this partnership is a significant step to achieving that goal.”
The combination of Grundfos and Augury is designed to create condition monitoring services and solutions and provide Grundfos’ customers new digital offerings.
“This partnership will accelerate and digitally enable our service offerings,” said Thomas Rosenkilde Anderson, Group VP, Service & Solutions, Grundfos. “It will allow us to continue doing what we do best, providing great water solutions and services. Augury will bolster our capabilities to provide our customers solutions that detect problems before they cause loss of production and allow response time to fix them.”
Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.
Edited by Ken Briodagh