Viking Analytics, Author at Viking Analytics

Creating an asset monitoring center for small and medium manufacturing companies

The term manufacturing company normally brings to mind images of large industrial plants with thousands of workers. However, small family-owned businesses make up the largest proportion of the sector.  According to AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology, 97% of the manufacturing firms in the United States have less than 500 employees, and 73% have

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Vibration monitoring of rotating machinery in ships – An AI4EU project

AI4EU is a European Union Artificial Intelligence project which aims to bring together the AI community and facilitate knowledge transfer from research to business application.  It provides an experiments platform that promotes the sharing and deployment of AI models.   In 2021, Viking Analytics has been selected by AI4EU as a solution provider in AI technologies.

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Detecting different fault locations on a bearing

Detecting and monitoring operational modes in a machine is a very effective way of getting a precise view of the asset’s health conditions. In a machine, different operational modes can reflect different usages, a production process, an on-off state, or a developing failure. But besides reflecting the overall state of the machine, Mode Identification can

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Degradation Monitoring of Electrical Motors and Switchgears for ABB

Viking Analytics was one of the winners of the 2020 edition of the ABB Electrification Virtual Startup Challenge, that invited startups to compete in a ten-day challenge to create safer, smarter, and more sustainable solutions in the electrical energy sector. In the joint project that followed the competition, Viking Analytics and ABB explored the possibilities

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Times they are a-changin’ in predictive maintenance

Predictive maintenance, despite its measurable results and successes, has been suffering from lack of scalability. Models designed and trained for a given machine with a particular set of sensors often had to be retrained before being used with other similar machines. In addition, the quantity and variety of machines in a factory makes developing, training,

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Viking Analytics enters frame agreement with ABB

Viking Analytics, a Swedish startup in the field of advanced analytics for predictive operations, has signed a frame agreement with ABB. The scope of the agreement is the development of data-powered monitoring of strategic assets and marks a new stage in the collaboration between the companies following the ABB Electrification Virtual Startup Challenge 2020. In

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Viking Analytics and pour-tech AB sign contract to provide AI operators to iron foundries

Viking Analytics, a Swedish startup in advanced analytics solutions for predictive operations, and pour-tech AB, specialized in automatic pouring systems, announced a partnership to offer AI operators to iron foundries. The solution, named EASYpour, uses data analytics and machine learning algorithms developed by Viking Analytics to automatically adjust the pouring process, improving product quality, enabling

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