How is the IoT reshaping pharmaceutical manufacturing?
The pharmaceutical industry has some of the most precise requirements and manufacturing guidelines in terms of quality and companies are under immense pressure to maintain production levels and avoid production line equipment failure in order to deliver products bringing in billions of dollars in annual revenue.
But how then do they ensure consistent output and optimal manufacturing performance? Augury CEO, Saar Yoskovitz, provides some insights:
Enter Augury, a New York City based predictive maintenance IoT startup whose vibration and ultrasonic sensors continuously watch over the most critical assets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Augury's solution alerts users with detailed malfunction analysis at the very first sign of a developing issue. Even the slightest changes to a machine’s health status are carefully monitored and relayed to users as straightforward, actionable insights.
Built on the idea that each machine has a unique acoustic fingerprint, Augury has developed technology that listens to a machine, analyses data, and catches malfunctions before they arise. The Augury solution has been applied to production lines, industrial factories as well as commercial facilities, among others.