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Company Overview of Azima, Inc.
Azima, Inc., doing business as Azima DLI, provides predictive maintenance analytical services and products. It offers WATCHMAN Reliability Services, which offer integrated professional solutions to provide a clear understanding of machinery health across the entire plant and enterprise, including vibration analysis, lubrication oil analysis, motor testing, and infrared thermography; Reliability as a Service, a program solution that utilizes cloud-based resources to give insight into the necessary tasks of the people responsible for the performance and operation of plant; and WATCHMAN Reliability Portal that delivers multi-views to plant’s machine condition vibration monitoring and analysis t...
Woburn, MA 01801
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Azima, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations & Business Development
Vice President of Technology
Vice President of Gulf Coast Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Azima, Inc. Key Developments
Azima, Inc. and Flowserve Corporation Harness AI Technology for Machine Maintenance
Apr 5 18
Azima, Inc. announced the first-ever deployment of a new approach to Predictive Maintenance for industrial companies - an offering jointly developed with Flowserve Corporation. The joint offering lets industrial machines 'call for help' when maintenance problems arise and harnesses AI to diagnose both the problem and solution in record real-time. The pioneering solution was successfully deployed at a 778 MW power generation facility in Lebanon, PA, that provides electricity, fuel conversion, and ancillary services. The facility is owned by an innovative, results-driven developer, owner, operator, and investor in power generation and electric transmission infrastructure throughout the United States. The new Azima-Flowserve offering harnesses artificial intelligence and the 'Industrial Internet of Things' (IIoT) to simultaneously: increase the speed and accuracy of machine fault-detection in industrial settings; Eliminate the cost of unplanned maintenance for heavy capital equipment; reduce the amount of labor required for maintenance and reliability testing; and Increase revenue and profit margins through improved industrial uptime. The Azima-Flowserve solution employs fault-detection 'nodes' created by Flowserve, linked to highly-advanced vibration analysis technologies developed by Azima. Together, these technologies form a highly-sensitive and efficient fault-detection ecosystem, with Flowserve serving as the 'fingertips' and Azima as the diagnostic brains of the operation. Here's how it works: High-quality, cost-effective Flowserve measurement nodes are attached to dozens of pieces of high-value, high-maintenance rotating capital equipment. Flowserve nodes are tuned to detect an overall vibration pattern in a selected range, which (when found) indicates a potential problem which could lead (within 1-2 months) to machine shut-down or other serious equipment failure. When problems are detected, plant personnel are automatically alerted to check the machine (and only that machine) with a highly-specialized triaxial vibration data-collector developed by Azima. Azima's handheld device collects full-spectrum vibration data, and sends it to Azima (via the Internet) for remote, in-depth analysis by Azima's world-class team of vibration analysts and experts; Azima analysts determine the exact nature of the machine fault, formulate recommendations for corrective action, and transmit them electronically to maintenance professionals on the ground. The Azima/Flowserve solution is ideal for heavy capital equipment that rotate at speeds over 150 rpm. On appropriate equipment, the Azima/Flowserve model eliminates the need for traditional 'walk-around' PdM programs, and allows machines to 'speak for themselves' when they have a problem. This new model saves labor and time, and increases PdM efficiency and accuracy. The net business result is a dramatic decrease in the cost of unplanned maintenance, and a substantial increase in production uptime and revenue-generation.
Azima DLI Announces the Release of Its ALERT™ 4.0 Automated Vibration Diagnostics Software
Nov 21 16
Azima DLI announced the release of its ALERT™ 4.0 automated vibration diagnostics software. ALERT 4.0 is for the serious vibration analyst. It makes navigating complex data more intuitive. Special incentives for new adopters are available through year-end. Innovative features of ALERT 4.0 include: All New Graphic Navigation Controls: Improved navigation controls offer enhanced diagnostic speed and accuracy with more dynamic data views (including peak locator, unit/scaling switching, harmonic and sideband family locators, and test date progression). Powerful Auto-Correlation Displays of Waveform Data & Circular Waveform Plots: New displays greatly empower analysts' abilities to identify faults. Comprehensive Bode Data & Nyquist Plots: New data presentation formats (both single and triaxial) support advanced analysis capabilities. Improved Trending of Spectral & Waveform Parameters: Analytical trends can be derived from waterfall graphs, including spectral or waveform peak, RMS, crest factor, or symmetry parameters. All New Amplitude Alarm Triggers: New algorithms identify spectral, waveform, demod and overall peaks values of potential concern to highlight each test location's data for immediate follow-up action. Improved Orbit & Circular Plots Displays: Improved displays offer enhanced, high resolution vibration analysis, and clearer representations of machine vibration and fault signatures.
Azima DLI Announces the Release of its ALERT™ 4.0 Predictive Maintenance
Sep 20 16
Azima DLI announced the release of its ALERT™ 4.0 predictive maintenance automated vibration diagnostics software. Designed to meet the best practices of PdM programs, ALERT 4.0’s flexible design is easily scalable and integrates seamlessly with reliability programs of all sizes and geographic diversity. It can be installed on an office PC, embedded on a TRIO™ portable vibration data collector, or accessed remotely over the Internet via a cloud subscription with no software to manage. It is also the core of vibration diagnostics for Azima DLI’s WATCHMAN™ Online Systems and is used by Azima DLI’s machinery experts to perform vibration analysis for WATCHMAN Service customers. ALERT 4.0 is for the serious vibration analyst, delivering new dynamic data visualization that makes navigating complex data more intuitive. Innovative features of ALERT 4.0 include: All new graphic navigation controls that enhance diagnostic speed and accuracy with more dynamic data views, including peak locator, unit/scaling switching, harmonic and sideband family locators, and test date progression. Powerful auto correlation displays of waveform data and circular waveform plots to greatly empower analysts’ abilities to identify faults. Comprehensive Bode data and Nyquist plots presented in both single and triaxial formats to deliver advanced analysis capabilities. Improved trending of spectral and waveform parameters are now available from waterfall graphs, including spectral peaks or bands or waveform peak, RMS, crest factor, or symmetry parameters. Additional user preferences give analysts more options to display spectral graphs and plots, and the flexibility to express data in units consistent with current practices and programs, such as displaying waveforms as waterfalls, single or double triaxial, or as native, single, or double integrated values. Improved orbit and circular plots displays for enhanced, high resolution vibration analysis, and clearer representations of machine vibration and fault signatures.
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