Sensei selects ThingWorx to add 3D collaboration to Smart Grid predictive asset monitoring solution


Sensei selects ThingWorx to add 3D collaboration to Smart Grid predictive asset monitoring solution

By Greentech Lead Team: ThingWorx, a provider of the
first application platform for the connected world, has entered into a
strategic partnership with Sensei Solutions, a provider of Electric Utility
Smart Grid solutions.

“The partnership with ThingWorx allows Sensei
Solutions to accelerate the development of new products and solutions for real-time
monitoring of critical utility generation, transmission, and distribution
assets. The ThingWorx platform allows us to build on our core competencies to
rapidly aggregate, normalize, and correlate disparate asset monitoring data
across the enterprise, and provides us with a modern, Web 2.0 based platform to
help build the next generation of smart grid asset monitoring
capabilities,” said Ashley Campbell, Sensei

Sensei’s solutions incorporate adaptive neural net
technology that combines enterprise knowledge, predictive analytics, and highly
configurable visualization and event notification.

Assisting the company’s customers reduce unplanned
downtime and equipment failure costs associated with their assets, these
advanced asset monitoring and management capabilities are currently being
deployed at two major utilities in the Northeast and the Southwest.

“Their thought leadership and deep intellectual
property around improving utility asset monitoring and management capabilities
will be key to a successful smart grid. This partnership is a great example of
how the ThingWorx platform can help OEMs extend and enhance an existing
solution to provide new collaborative functionality while simultaneously
increasing their ability to rapidly respond to new customer requirements. The
ThingWorx platform uniquely provides a rich, interactive environment for
building applications that connect the three critical dimensions of today’s
connected world — people, systems, and physical assets,” said Russ Fadel,
CEO of ThingWorx.