Any machine, infrastructure, device, or living body subjected to motion or mechanical interaction generates/undergoes vibrations.
Measuring vibration-induced strains is a non-destructive way to obtain essential information about a system’s actual condition and state. It enables one to anticipate the system evolution and helps react accordingly to gain control. For that purpose, Worms drastically improves the user experience with its technology recognized as best-in-class, accessible, and deployable on a large scale in all industries:
Switch from preventive to predictive maintenance, save time, and lower your TCO
Our sensors unique features offer many advantages for both Structural Health and Condition Based Monitoring (SHM & CBM), or any essential continuous supervision:
– Very early signs of aging or indications of upcoming failure
– Predictive maintenance scheduling
– Support for decision-making concerning machines nearing their end-of-life.
This results in optimizing lifespan, increased safety and budget optimization.
1 Sensor, ∞ Events
Collisions, crack initiation, or leaks affect all materials and systems, and occur within a very wide frequency range.
Our sensors cover the complete frequency range (from quasi static to MHz) with unprecedented accuracy, simplifying instrumentation and measurement protocoles.
Get higher precision to make your model right
The diversity of vibration monitoring situations is endless, and requires vibration analysis expertise.
Experts operate for different reasons such as:
– Product development and design validation
– Materials characterization
– Cutting-edge R&D.
Our plug & play sensors fill a gap in today’s marketed solutions. Their non-invasiveness coupled with high sensitivity and large bandwidth make them a technology of choice to step vibration investigation further.
Gain control, optimize your production and increase yields
Monitoring vibrations on production equipment in manufacturing industries enables operators to make sure equipment are working in their nominal operating mode and are not subject to process drift.
It results in better production quality, increased yields, and enhanced safety for workers.
Increase throughput and sharpness
Dynamic weighing is a way to acquire data about different loads traveling through the equiped asset, such as bridge traffic or production line items.
Our technology can be used for dynamic counting. It can discriminate lighter loads to:
– Evaluate traffic
– Understand real induced stress on infrastructures
– Take corrective actions when needed
– Sort very light and very heavy items.
Make it touch-sensitive
Turning any surfaces (screens, parts, robots, co-bots, prosthetics, etc.) into a Human-Machine interface regardless of material composition (including metals), shape, and design is a dream come true with our technology.
Typical physical interactions with surfaces generate low levels vibrations only accessible with our technology today. With few sensing elements and simple electronics, the technology can provide interaction positions, force levels, and complex gestures recognition on large surfaces, unlocking the design of more intuitive and ergonomic systems.