Mtell Partners with OSIsoft to Enable Asset Prescriptive Maintenance

By | October 30th, 2015|Mtell Previse, News, Oil and Gas, Partners|

New partnership integrates Mtell’s Machine Learning Technology with the OSIsoft’s PI System to Optimize Asset Health for Industrial Enterprises

SAN DIEGO (OCTOBER 29, 2015) – Mtell, a leading asset health software solution company and provider of machine learning technology for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), today announced it has partnered […]

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Mtell Production-centered Maintenance

By | January 23rd, 2014|Machine Learning, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Machines|

In the last few decades, optimization of process operating conditions to create superior production and quality occupied the mindshare in process industries. In recent years, however, the focus has transitioned from superior production quality to maintenance and reliability, with machine uptime as the highest priority.

For example, an enterprise can only […]

The Earliest Failure Detection

By | December 20th, 2013|Machine Learning, Mtell Previse, Predictive Maintenance|

The P in the P-F curve is the “earliest point at which the onset of failure can be detected.”

“The Cause – The Symptoms – The Consequences” is a sequence indicating the initial root cause of an equipment problem, the way in which it may be detected, and the outcomes of […]

Why Does Machine Learning Lead the CBM Pack?

By | September 26th, 2013|Condition Monitoring, Machine Learning, Oil and Gas|

Mtell condition-monitoring has proved to be superior to other technologies for early detection of machine malfunction, minimization of repair costs, and superior uptime; but why?

There are three fundamental reasons: first the solution is self-learning, second it inherently recognizes the precise patterns of a failure, and third it constantly adapts in […]

Brilliant Machines go to School, but Mtell Smart Machines Graduate

By | August 23rd, 2013|Machine Learning, Smart Machines|

What is a brilliant machine, and what makes a machine smart? According to Moshe Vardi, a noted computer scientist at Rice University in Houston, “Everything that humans can do, a machine can do. Things are happening that look like science fiction.” No kidding!

Humans cannot process vast amounts of data like […]

How to be a Rock Star with the Industrial Internet

By | July 31st, 2013|Industrial Internet of Things, Smart Machines|

What is the Industrial Internet? Wikipedia defines it as “the integration of complex physical machinery with networked sensors and software… to ingest data from machines, analyze it (often in real-time), and use it to adjust operations.” There are some big names making claims and distinct futuristic videos, but what really […]

Machine Breakdowns are Ancient History

By | July 17th, 2013|Machine Learning, Predictive Maintenance|

Long before a machine breakdown, tiny signs and symptoms occur that are undetectable by humans or simple sensors. The first time failure indicators become apparent is when there are slight changes in the process, which might show as a microscopic change in amps on a motor. Gradually those miniscule symptoms […]

How does Mtell fit into the Maintenance Acronym Soup?

By | June 15th, 2013|Condition Monitoring, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Machines|

“It takes a courageous fool to say things that have not been said and to do things that have not been done.” ― Criss Jami, Venus in Arms

The core of the Mtell solution is machine learning-based condition monitoring; the fastest and most accurate available today. Mtell makes machines smart so […]

Maintenance Products and the Acronym Soup

By | June 15th, 2013|Uncategorized|

Nowadays we are overloaded with product acronyms. From RCM, CBM, PM, PdM, APM, EAM, FMEA, CMMS, etc., can you find your way through the mess? Do you know what each of these mean, and can you differentiate when a vendor says they fit under the umbrella of one of these […]

What’s the Deal with the New Logo and Tagline?

By | June 14th, 2013|Uncategorized|

As you can see on our new website, Mtelligence Corporation has recently rebranded to become Mtell. We have also included a new logo and tagline, so perhaps you’re wondering, “What’s behind the change?”

One of our goals behind rebranding is to introduce our Mtell Suite, a combination of our former diverse […]