The iron and steel industry holds immense importance in a country’s economic infrastructure, symbolizing progress and industrialization. The production process involves large machinery and consumes substantial energy. Our products, OOne, OTemp, OSound, and OGap, provide real-time monitoring solutions for high-energy-consuming motors, electrical panels, and cardan shafts. By utilizing these products, the iron and steel industry can achieve environmental sustainability, reduce maintenance costs, and ensure uninterrupted operations. Effective monitoring of equipment such as dust collection fans, sintering fans, and cardan shafts helps maintain machinery health and prevent production losses, contributing to overall efficiency and cost savings.

Our Solutions
Machine Health Monitoring


OOne is used for monitoring and detecting any faults that may cause vibration. It can detect issues such as shaft misalignment, imbalance, loose footings, bearing problems, and more.

Shaft Misalignment and Orbit

OGap is used for detecting and monitoring axial misalignment in motor shafts or driven shafts. It can also display the shaft orbit motion graphically, especially in low-speed rotating systems.

Operational Data of the Motor

OGate enables the collection and transfer of torque, current, energy consumption, and other information from the motor’s controller to the cloud platform.

Motor Rotation Speed

ORev is used for instant detection of motor rotation speed, particularly in variable-speed motors.

Acoustic Listening

OSound is used for the detection and monitoring of early-stage bearing faults and oil film issues.

Oil/Bearing Temperature

OTemp is used for monitoring the temperature of rotor bearing assemblies or the oil bath.


OThermal allows for monitoring the overall temperature of the motor.


OThermal allows for monitoring the overall temperature of the motor.

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Detection of Crack
Problem in Rolling Mill
Drive System Gearbox

Rolling Mill
Bearing Issue

Energy Efficiency
in Process Fans

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