Who Needs to Wait for Smart Machines?

By | November 26th, 2013|Anomaly Detection, Machine Learning, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Machines|

What does smart actually mean? According to Miriam-Webster, the adjective “smart” is defined as being very good at learning or thinking about things and showing intelligence or good judgment. However, the label smart gets applied to many technology devices that are not smart at all. Being able to follow a […]

Anomaly Detection Versus Failure Signature Recognition

By | October 30th, 2013|Anomaly Detection, Machine Learning, Uncategorized|

When you are in the world of equipment protection, you’ll find all kinds of closely guarded opinions about what works best, and what performs poorly. At Mtell, because we are constantly thinking about how to solve problems, our company is aggressively challenged to prove that we can perform failure signature […]