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Schaeffler receives 2023 Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award

May 9, 2024 | By Maryam Farag

Frost & Sullivan recently assessed the condition monitoring equipment market and, based on its findings, recognizes Schaeffler Group with the 2023 Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award.

Schaeffler provides solutions tailored to the evolving needs of industrial maintenance and predictive analytics. “The company enhances its existing products, such as OPTIME Ecosystem, with unique designs, the latest technology, and unparalleled capabilities to fill gaps and push the limits in the market.”

“The distinct advantage for Schaeffler that guarantees a positive purchase experience and customers’ absolute satisfaction is that the company offers user-friendly condition monitoring solutions that customers can easily deploy on their own within the shortest possible timeframe and immediately start monitoring their machine operations within their budgets.” said Krishnan Ramanathan, Research Director, Frost & Sullivan.

Schaeffler’s OPTIME Ecosystem, a condition monitoring and smart lubrication solution, provides a user-friendly experience that simplifies complex data analysis and machine care. As a smart lubrication solution, OPTIME Ecosystem exemplifies the seamless integration of sensor technology, data analytics, and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, as well as digital-embedded access to service experts. The solution suite incorporates multiple monitoring tools to anticipate and address the nuanced demands of predictive maintenance.

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“Schaeffler’s renowned brand name in the condition monitoring and predictive maintenance markets is due to its comprehensive portfolio of lifetime solutions, reliable predictive maintenance solutions, expertise in industrial automation, cost-effective solutions, and customer focus. Its proficiency in navigating the complexities of automation has been instrumental in the success of its condition monitoring solutions,” said  Ramanathan.

 

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