A Little About Us

After decades of industrial manufacturing experience, we took the “expect the unexpected” of unplanned shutdown as our personal challenge. Our predictive, connected devices drastically reduce unexpected downtime and increase production efficiency.
At IoT Diagnostics™, we’re “solving the unexpected” for our customers’ most critical industrial applications. We’re putting plant personnel in control of their daily operations with simple IIoT device integration.
IoT Diagnostics™ is Connecting Prediction to Production.

Attended Fluid Power Technology Conference

In this introductory video, Jeremy Drury and Will Tudoroff of IoT Diagnostics give an overview of our demo unit which was on display at the Fluid Power Technology Conference in Cleveland, November 19-20, 2019. We highlight practical, plug-and-play IoT solutions, including pump health, fluid quality and monitoring, filter and filtration practice and more. On the mechanical side, we also highlight our vibration analysis tools and services, including looking for problems like misalignment, unbalance, bearing wear and more.  Check it out!


We paneled and hosted a learning session during the conference, below is a quick overview describing those sessions:


Paneled Session | Your IIoT Roadmap: How Industry 4.0 Will Shape the Future of Fluid Power


Experts from some of the industry’s foremost IoT development companies discuss the concepts, methods and technologies being used to implement IIoT in fluid power. They highlighted who should be involved in implementing these technologies, what technologies should be considered and where in your machines and systems they should first be considered.


In addition, the panelists discussed how using IoT technologies to monitor and collect data will help users increase machine uptime, reduce maintenance time and costs, increase utilization and more. They discussed how even older factories can bring their existing equipment into the IIoT age through the use of digitally enabled technologies.


Panelists Included: Jeremy Drury, VP, IoT Diagnostics; Adam Livesay, Co-Founder and CRO, Elevāt.IoT, Mike Nager, Festo Didactic; and Rodney Rusk, I4.0 Business Leader, Bosch Rexroth Corp.


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Hosted Session | The Missing Link Between Lubrication and Vibration Analysis


Getting beyond run-to-fail and reactive reliability and maintenance programs requires time, staff, and training that is difficult to prioritize in the resource-conscious industries that leverage Fluid Power. Therefore we rely heavily on service and vendor organizations to support with guided expertise – but how do we know the optimal choice between vibration and lubrication analysis when it comes to our overall equipment effectiveness? They often position against each other on being the preeminent leader in first failure detection. Now, with the introduction of the IoT, there’s new information suggesting another path to preserve the most uptime.


Hosts Included: Jeremy Drury and Will Tudoroff.


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