Industrial Asset Telemetry

Industrial Asset Telemetry

A cutting edge all-in-one telemetry solution for the industrial sector

Safeguard and monitor all your vital assets, with real time performance data

Industrial Asset Monitoring

Realtime Industrial Asset Monitoring Maximising Site Uptime and Response

Applied Telematics have developed the latest in industrial monitoring solutions, offering a resilient, flexible and infinitely scalable way to monitor all industrial sensing applications.

Our intuitive user-friendly software platform enables you to create data for all your essential remote assets, view it and interrogate it from anywhere in the world. Our platform has been used by a multitude of organisations operating in many different sectors, but the output of improving operational effectiveness always remains a constant when using our applications.

Applied Telematics’ industrial telemetry solutions are enabling companies to become more efficient, significantly reduce their operational overheads, minimise and often completely avoid unplanned downtime of assets, and significantly improve their Carbon Footprint.

Some of the major projects we have been involved with include the data acquisition and monitoring of:

  • Machinery
  • Water and gas flow
  • Electrical systems
  • Energy generation
  • Fuel waste
  • Fleet monitoring

Utilising GSM (primary) and satellite (secondary) short burst data to connect with the asset.

Monitoring a wide range of asset parameters.

Comprehensive tracking capabilities.

iRAMS can also be fully integrated with the AST Preventative Maintenance System (PMS), enabling complete holistic management of your assets.

Displaying real time information to an operator anywhere.

User defined alarm alerting via SMS and e-mail.

The facility to archive all acquired information for further analysis at a later date.

User defined data collection frequency.
Industrial Asset Monitoring

Do you have any questions? Get in touch today and our team of telematic experts will get back to you.

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How Can Applied Telematics Help You with your Industrial Monitoring?

Below are just a handful of the remote asset challenges we’re most often asked to solve. Even if your issue isn’t among them, we are able to quickly and effectively solve everything we’re asked to tackle. This ensures that you can rely on us as a dependable partner when it comes to managing your assets and machinery.

Plant and machinery can be expensive to run and unplanned breakdowns can lead to operational issues. Using data in real time to predict breakdowns or faults can positively impact an asset’s availability.

Utilising the data produced on key plant equipment can help manage expensive operational costs such as fuel usage. By analysing the data operational gains can made resulting in reduced costs.

Utilising the data produced on key plant equipment can help manage an organisations environmental footprint. Our systems report on CO2 emissions, and by analysing the data, can help establish KPI’s for optimal usage.

Remote monitoring is essential for helping to reduce emissions and conserve energy. It can also identify unexpected consumption points, diagnose equipment inefficiencies, and pin-point possible leaks in fuel feed lines.

Monitoring air and fuel rates helps optimise the combustion control of boilers, furnaces, generators, etc. This improves efficiencies and reduces energy and fuel costs.

Whereas conventional billing will only notify you of gas/ water consumption over a fixed period of time, remote monitoring provides real-time feedback enabling you to identify inefficiencies, wasted energy, and be better prepared for times of peak demand.

Monitoring of electrical systems can show real-time fluctuations in voltage and currents. Analysing the data could prevent malfunctions, shutdowns, and potential software corruption.

Remote monitoring can offer more than data analysis. Advanced software will allow for 2-way interaction with a control panel and allow for devices to be shut down in the event of an issue. Remote control of assets through sophisticated software reduces unplanned faults and reduces operational expenses significantly.

Utilising monitoring systems for electrical components can show trends for optimal maintenance schedules. By analysing the data sets, uptime of an asset can be maximised to increase productivity.

Power systems are imperative when managing remote operations. In the event of power loss, operations can shut down. By analysing data, anomalies can be reported instantly, and action taken to prevent unnecessary downtime.

Utilising monitoring for power systems can report on early indicators of potential issues. Early diagnosis on issues can prolong the lifecycle of key assets which can incur expensive replacement costs.

When a remote asset fails, usually a physical visit is required to diagnose the fault. This impacts the environmental footprint of an organisation. Remote monitoring reduces the need for physical inspection reducing harmful carbon emissions.

Remote monitoring can highlight and prove where your fuel is being utilised. By reviewing the data, you will be able to monitor your highest fuel consuming assets and make educated decisions on how to reduce your fuel costs.

Burning fuel results in high CO2 outputs, by using remote monitoring at the source of burn, decisions can be made to improve burn rates and reduce harmful gasses being released into the atmosphere.

With fuel typically being one of the higher costs associated to an operation, remote monitoring offers you the data to make key green decisions of your assets around the world, significantly reducing operating costs.

Transport monitoring systems can report in real-time on speeds and fuel consumption of remote assets. By analysing the data, you will be able to
implement ways in which to combat carbon footprint emissions and help reduce costs.

Transport monitoring produces data which can prevent unplanned breakdown of assets. For example, managing an asset’s temperature and pressures can highlight any potential issues before they affect performance.

Analysing the data produced allows for trends to be analysed and maintenance schedules set efficiently, reducing costs and downtime of an asset.

Industrial Asset Monitoring

What is iRams?

iRAMS is a versatile IoT (Internet of Things) application for asset telematics, remote sensor monitoring, and remote asset control. It is currently in use on many various high performance assets.

iRAMS stands for intelligent Remote Asset Management Systems. It offers increased efficiency through remote diagnostics, SCADA type control, optimising refuelling logistics and anomaly alerting.

Beyond whatever telemetry issue you’re facing right now, the bottom-line reason you’re reading about our product is because you want to make your business more efficient. That’s what our customers have always trusted us to do and it’s what our reputation is built upon.

It’s also what iRAMS does, by giving you all the information you need to manage your business in a practical and cost-effective way. We accomplish this by providing information on marine assets – fixed or mobile – that you can use easily and as often as you require. This information includes exception reporting, statistical data and email or SMS alerts, all provided direct to you over your radio or satellite network.

In order to maximise your margins, you must be able to manage all your available assets, primarily your vessels and people. That means you need to know what is happening in any single moment so that timely decisions can be made, and you can effectively manage risk and significantly reduce costs.

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Our commitment to delivering data of the highest quality ensures our client’s remote assets and machinery are always operating at maximum efficiency and optimum capacity.

Don’t leave anything to chance. Get in touch today, completely obligation free, and find out more about how AST Applied Telematics can make your industrial business’s future smoother sailing.

Call us on (+44)1603 327936, send an email to telematics@theastgroup.com or fill in our contact form and we’d be happy to help.

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