News & Events

The Sensoteq team attends a range of events all over the world throughout the year. Select an event below and let us know if you are attending, or have a browse of our blog to read about our experiences to date or pick up some industry knowledge

Id Event name Event type Date Details
1 MINExpo International 2021 Trade Shows 13/09/2021 MinExpo International 2021 is one event that the global mining industr
2 EASA 2021 Trade Shows 27/06/2021 The Electrical Apparatus Service Association, Inc. (EASA) is an intern
3 AUTOMA 2021 Trade Shows 19/04/2021 Oil & Gas Automation and Digitalization Congress is an annual B2B
4 Mining Webinar by Terrapinn Trade Shows 23/02/2021 The Invest NI IMEA team are partnering with Terrapinn, organisers of t
5 CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 Trade Shows 27/12/2020 CONEXPO-CON/AGG is North America’s largest construction trade show.

EASA 2021: Overview

June finally saw the return to in-person trade shows for the Sensoteq Team. Our North American Sales Manager traveled to Fort Worth, Texas to attend the three day event from June 27-29. It was our first time exhibiting at EASA, the Electro-Mechanical Authority’s Annual Convention and Exposition, and most likely, it will not be our […]

Sensoteq System Installation at Cement Mill

A return to normal is on the horizon! Our team of engineers are back on site for Sensoteq condition monitoring system installations ‏‏‎ ‎ ‏‏‎ ‎ This week we travelled to Ireland to complete a site upscale at a cement mill. Our customer opted to monitor additional large motors and a gear box application after […]

Sensoteq Get To Know: Niketa McClenaghan

Sensoteq are proud to introduce our Office and Accounts Administrator, Niketa. We asked Niketa a few questions about her job and life in and outside of Sensoteq. . Q: What sort of duties do you have at work? A: Bit of everything! 😊 Logistics, purchasing, HR duties, finance and accounts reconciliations, reception duties, organising everyday […]

‘What’s for dinner?’ A Peek into Process Diagnostics

How do you read this? Well, that depends on who you are and what your position is in your organisation. If you are an area owner and this is one of your critical machines, then you’ll probably be really happy. Readings are being taken and everything looks good. The actual alert and alarm limits, enveloped […]

Condition Monitoring and Security in the Cloud

‘The Cloud’ refers to software, services and data that are stored on the internet.  However, this data is not just stored in a random location; it will be located on a group of computers operated by a service provider. Typically it will be Microsoft, Amazon, or Google, but other providers are available.  These companies have […]

Key features for a Vibration Analyst

When monitoring the vibration data of a machine, an analyst will want to look at the Time Waveform (TWF) and the Frequency Spectrum or FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) output, as shown below. These two example plots are very useful for determining obvious failure modes, such as, an imbalance with a high amplitude value of Overall […]