Flexco introduces real-time monitoring Belt Conveyor Intelligence

By Akshay Kedari  | Date: 2020-02-28

Flexco introduces real-time monitoring Belt Conveyor Intelligence

Flexco Elevate, a leading smart belt conveyor solution provider recently rolled out its Belt Conveyor Intelligence™, an innovative real-time monitoring system. leveraging the power of predictive analytics  so cement, aggregate, and mining operations can remotely collect critical insights for optimizing belt conveyor productivity and boost operational efficiencies.

For the record, Flexco Elevate is a leading player in belt conveyors industry, offering efficient services, safe products, and solutions for belt cleaning, splicing, belt tracking, slippage, and spillage.

The wireless platform, Flexco Elevate transfers data insights to an intuitive cloud-based dashboard through an edge technology, enabling remote monitoring of belt cleaners. Utilizing a powerful, data-driven engine, this platform is designed to simplify and accelerate belt maintenance.

Chip Winiarski, V.P. of Marketing, Flexco was reportedly quoted saying that Flexco Elevate has a history of over 110 years of innovation, working alongside its customers to deliver solutions in line with their operational goals. Winiarski added that the firm is exhilarated to introduce Flexco Elevate, which is the first technology solution of its kind, aimed at transforming belt conveyor productivity with increased efficiencies and improved productivity across various industrial operations.

Flexco Elevate, created in partnership with an industrial AI and IoT data science leader, Uptake,  lowers the requirement for on-site inspections and enables operations to access real-time insights remotely with the help of an intuitive dashboard so that users can quickly address any issues related to belt conveyor and minimize unexpected downtime.

Installation of Flexco Elevate i3 Device to the end of each one of the belt cleaners is the first process of the insights pipeline, where leading-edge analytics are immediately combined and processed. The information is then wirelessly transmitted to the Elevate Dashboard where operations have instant, remote access to action-oriented insights and service information for all of the Flexco cleaners throughout the operation.

Source Credit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/flexco-elevate-digitally-transforms-belt-140000623.html

About Author

Akshay Kedari     aeresearch.net

Akshay Kedari

A qualified computer engineering graduate, Akshay Kedari takes pride in having his way with words. Following his passion for content creation, he writes insightful pieces on aeresearch.net and a few other portals. Also endorsed with a short-term experience in web deve...

Read More >>

More News By Akshay Kedari

Swiggy’s moonlighting policy allows employees to take up external gigs

Swiggy’s moonlighting policy allows employees to take up external gigs

By Akshay Kedari

Online food delivery behemoth Swiggy has reportedly established a moonlighting policy that enables its staff to work on external projects, although subject to internal clearance. According to the company, the staff will be allowed...

Oracle begins employee layoffs before announcing its quarterly results

Oracle begins employee layoffs before announcing its quarterly results

By Akshay Kedari

Oracle Corporation is reportedly planning to lay off thousands of workers as early as August, as the database and cloud services provider is getting ready to release its first-quarter financial results. For those unaware, employees were informed a...

LVMH outshines in Q2 as European recovery offsets sales drop in China

LVMH outshines in Q2 as European recovery offsets sales drop in China

By Akshay Kedari

Luxury good group LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton reported second-quarter revenues beyond analysts’ expectations, with extensive progress in the United States and retrieval in Europe which helped mitigate the dwindling sales in Asian busi...

China’s BYD planning to enter South Korea’s electric vehicle market

China’s BYD planning to enter South Korea’s electric vehicle market

By Akshay Kedari

The world's largest manufacturer of electric vehicles, BYD Auto. Co. Ltd., is reportedly preparing for EV sales in the South Korean market, competing against the likes of Hyundai Motor Group, the nation's largest automaker, with lower prices ...

Sony developing autonomous driving sensors that consume 70% less power

Sony developing autonomous driving sensors that consume 70% less power

By Akshay Kedari

The company is likely to employ these sensors in the Sony-Honda JV electric vehicles. These sensors incorporate image recognition and radar technology to decrease harsh weather effects on EVs. Tech behemoth Sony Group is reportedly developi...