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KUKA robot: Predictive Maintenance AI
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When Augmented Reality meets Predictive Maintenance

Neuron Soundware and Deutsche Telekom innovation labs introduced the future of predictive maintenance. Artificial intelligence and IoT solutions work together with KUKA robot – a robotic arm used in any bigger factory nowadays. When you put on the VR goggles, you can see how easy and comfortable the machine diagnostics and predictive maintenance can be.

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“Machine Whisperer” Neuron Soundware presents three world firsts at Hannover Messe

The “machine whisperers” from Neuron Soundware are back in time for Hannover Messe with three new products that they will be presenting at the world’s most important industrial fair. After Neuron Soundware presented its own AI-based sound detection system for machine maintenance and problems for the first time last year, their second generation of devices along with two new products will be launched this year.

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Accelerating Urban Mobility through IoT

Since the pandemic started, all global efforts have been focused on dealing with the consequences of the virus. This has put many initiatives in the Smart Cities landscape on the back burner such as those related to providing broadband connectivity and live information about the public transportation system.

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nBox IoT device
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Interview for EasyEngineering.eu

The Czech startup Neuron Soundware develops technology for automated predictive maintenance of industrial machinery. Using sound/vibration analysis of the machines, the technology enables it to detect imminent failures that would mean costly repairs and production outages.

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industry machinery
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Interview with Pavel Konečný for Beststartups.eu

The Czech startup Neuron Soundware develops technology for automated predictive maintenance of industry machinery. Using sound/vibration analysis of the machines, the technology enables it to detect imminent failures that would mean costly repairs and production outages.

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