Siemens Snaps Up Senseye to Expand Its Predictive Maintenance Expertise

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By Michael Larner | 3Q 2022 | IN-6610


Where Senseye Fits


Based in Southampton, United Kingdom, having had close ties with Southampton University since its founding in 2014, Senseye works alongside its customers (including Nissan, TATA, and Alcoa) to monitor their equipment, and with the application of Machine Learning (ML) algorithms, to provide alerts about emerging issues ahead of time to avoid unplanned downtime and improve Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).

In June, Siemens announced that Senseye will become a subsidiary of Siemens Holdings plc in the United Kingdom and be part of the Customer Services Business Unit of Siemens Digital Industries. The Siemens Customer Service Unit offers consulting, implementation, and optimization services, as well as a whole range of traditional and digital services, including, for example, Remote Services and Artificial Intelligence Services.

What Senseye Brings to Siemens


Senseye’s Predictive Maintenance (PdM) software can take information directly from any machines and/or Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) sensors attached to them to detect…

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