Innovation Award
Published:  07 January, 2008


Artesis MCM, a new entrant to the UK predictive maintenance market, has won a prestigious Innovation in Engineering Award from The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

Artesis MCM uses advanced technology to satisfy the requirements of the many industries looking to increase the productivity of their machinery, predicting the effect of faults without the complication and cost of traditional monitoring systems.

Artesis MCM monitors the condition of electric motor driven equipment, effectively using the motor itself as a sophisticated transducer. The system offers automated set-up and fault diagnosis with minimal user intervention. It is applicable to a very wide range of motor driven equipment, including pumps, fans, compressors, and conveyors and is particularly valuable where equipment is in inaccessible locations or hazardous environments.

The judges said: "We felt this entry provided a great example of applied model based learning with a significant economic value. The Artesis MCM is a very clever diagnostic tool that has been commercialised and has demonstrated significant value for customers.

Artesis MCM has already established a strong position in a wide range of industries, enabling major savings through avoidance of breakdowns and deferred maintenance interventions by diagnosing faults months before they become critical.


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