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The MOVUS machine learning algorithms learn the "Steady" state of your equipment.

Knowing the rate of change from a machine's steady-state, reveals information that is important to estimate the time to failure.

Machine learning determines what is "Normal" and what is "Abnormal".

The initial learning period identifies the "Steady State" of the equipment being monitored. Anomalies are detected when conditions move outside the steady state.

Understanding anomalies and the rate at which they migrate from the normal state is key to predictive analytics.

As anomalies appears, trigger points and alarms are launched.

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MOVUS is a provider of industrial Internet of Things solutions. We build industry vertical solutions, using sensors, cloud-based analytics and specialist partners. Enabling you to make smart asset decisions.

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May 2017

MOVUS on the INTEL Solutions Directory​

The Solutions Directory is your source for industry-leading solutions

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Apr 2017

Congratulations are in order for MOVUS on becoming award winners in KPMG Australia’s Energise program.

Article from: ACAC Innovation Winning first place in the Investment Pitch category, and a...

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Winning first place in the Investment Pitch category, and a runner up for the Customer Pitch, MOVUS in making waves with their innovative FitMachine.

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“Supported by major energy and natural resources companies including Woodside, Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers, South32, BHP Billiton and\n Chevron Australia, Energise is an intensive program to help startups develop and commercialise their products,” KPMG reports.

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Apr 2017

Safescape, MOVUS and Ozius Spatial are KPMG Energise winners

Three of Australia’s most promising energy, mining and natural resources startups take home awards at KPMG Australia’s Energise accelerator program graduation night.

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Ashley Brown, KPMG Energise Program Director, commented: “We are extremely happy with the development we’ve seen in all 12 of the Energise cohort, who are now gaining traction with a national and indeed global energy and resources audience. It has also been fantastic to see the\n collaboration occurring between the corporate participants from Woodside, Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers, South32 BHP Billiton\n and Chevron Australia, and their willingness to engage with the startups.”

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Mar 2017

(Not so) mean machines. Brisbane’s Brad Parsons gets the most from industrial equipment

  Did you know there are 2.6 billion electric motors in the world using 43% of the planet’s electricity? See full article at: https://medium.com/advance-queensland/brad-parsons-5704eda65364#.xjjolq33h ...

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Brad Parsons does and he realised if these motors or machines aren’t functioning efficiently, there\n is an instant and huge impact on the world’s precious resources.

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FitMachine is a sensor, cloud and artificial intelligence solution, made and invented in\n Brisbane.

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It measures motor vibration, temperature and noise to give operators an instant online health assessment and real time diagnostic data of their\n machinery.

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“It sounds ambitious and grandiose but if we can monitor machines 24/7 and predictively detect failures then we can change the life cycle of machines.”

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Quitting his job two years ago and starting industrial solutions company MOVUS, Brad and his team launched\n FitMachine in 2016.

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Built for use across all industries the FitMachine technology is designed to check the operating\n efficiency of all motors and machines, which often need weekly or monthly checking by an engineer in remote, dangerous or unpleasant places.

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Recently FitMachine sensors were installed on sewage systems at Brisbane Airport to monitor\n the efficiency of pumps taking sewage from aeroplanes. Work previously done by committed engineers can now be done from the comfort of their\n desks.

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