Condition Monitoring

Off-highway equipment is large and complex. Anticipating repairs and addressing issues early can save time and money. A condition monitoring system helps engineers to understand the health of machinery and avoid downtime.

Monitor the health of train equipment with National Instruments condition monitoring technologies

NI Expertise Overview

Companies depend on maintenance engineers and technicians to monitor and optimize assets such as mining machinery, rolling stock, and agricultural equipment. With an advanced control and monitoring platform to connect, communicate, and gather real-time data, operators can extend the life of assets while lowering the cost of fleetwide operations and maintenance. From wheel bearings on trains to gearboxes on open-pit mining machinery, NI replaces infrequent manual diagnostics with cost-effective online monitoring systems for more reliable predictive maintenance. NI customers commonly meet these challenges using onboard data acquisition systems, especially when applying critical measurements, like strain and vibration, to anticipate issues.

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