Asset, Reliability and Energy Intelligence
for Motor-Driven Systems

Asset Intelligence

Let total cost of ownership, health, and performance drive your repair vs. replace decisions

Reliability Intelligence

Use energy-based condition monitoring to take corrective action at the right time

Energy Intelligence

Lower energy costs and gain efficiency optimization of your motor-driven systems

Now you can harness the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and turn the data generated by every one of your motor-driven system components, enterprise asset management system of record, manufacturer, the weather, and Electric Utility into meaningful energy performance actions. With Motors@Work you can capture interdependent disparate data and build energy intelligence with certified and patent pending analytics, engage proactively with the right stake-holders in real time.

  • Connect with everything. Connect data from every motor and driven-device’s with Motors@Work to get a more complete view of your motor-driven system energy performance and opportunities for improvement.
  • Find opportunities. Innovative patent pending analytics pick out significant events and opportunities from structured and disparate data and triggers actions in real time.
  • Engage stakeholders proactively. Use data and insights to take smarter knowledge based actions with Motors@Work that improve motor energy performance.

Downloads for Motors@Work

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Motors@Work Product Brief

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Multi-source Pumping Optimization Product Brief

Jump start your asset and reliability initiatives and save money

DMWW pumping optimization has allowed the utility to achieve established industry benchmarks of a minimum of 11 percent to 15 percent in the peak rate and demand charge energy expense.

Doug OscarsonDes Moines Water Works Utility Manager

Today the moral mandate is to  manage one’s assets for optimal performance at the least energy cost and environmental impact; truly a win:win strategy.

Bill StoweDes Moines Water Works CEO and General Manager

Taking a life cycle approach to motor management is essential to optimizing efficiency. Motors@Work will be critical to us accomplishing these objectives.

Royce HammittOperations & Maintenance Manager at Des Moines Metropolitan WRA