Condition Monitoring for Industrial Environments

With design control from the tag to the software platform, AiRISTA Flow has control of the end-to-end
solution. Many of the tags have optional sensors for temperature, humidity, motion/vibration, direction of
motion, shock, and light. In addition to location, these tags collect information to drive a wide range of use
cases based on conditions.

AiRISTA Flow - RTLS Experts in Condition Monitoring​

With design control from the tag to the software platform, AiRISTA Flow has control of the end-to-end solution. Many of the tags have optional sensors for temperature, humidity, motion/vibration, direction of motion, shock, and light. In addition to location, these tags collect information to drive a wide range of use cases based on conditions.

The Internet of Things is making millions of previously dumb devices visible to oversight and management. Applying an RTLS tag to an object will not only reveal its location in real time, but environmental conditions as well. Alerts can now be generated based on movement, light, and even direction of travel.

AiRISTA Flow - RTLS Experts in Condition Monitoring​

Reducing Accident Rates of Fork Trucks​

To move carpet rolls from one process to the next, a carpet manufacturer uses a fork truck with a 21 foot boom. The boom makes navigation difficult and led to accidents, but most went unreported. To drive greater accountability, tags with accelerometers were placed on the trucks. When a shock event occurred the time and location were automatically recorded. Tags were programmed over the air for selectivity level to reduce false positives.

AiRISTA Flow - RTLS Experts in Condition Monitoring

Predictive Maintenance of Conveyors​

A broken conveyor system can bring production to a halt. Traditionally, a conveyor on the verge of failure will create noises and vibrations that seasoned staff detect and repair before failure occurs. But with the aging workforce and high turnover rate of contractors, this tribal knowledge is lost. In its place, tags with temperature and motion sensors are placed on motors and bearings. Thresholds are programmed into the tag over the air and alerts are generated when thresholds are exceeded providing predictive maintenance.