AWARD WINNING, SELF-POWERED, WIRELESS CONDITION MONITORING TECHNOLOGY, COMBINED WITH VIBRATION ENGINEERING EXPERTISE AND RICH ANALYTICS.
At Perpetuum, our goal is to advance railway and fleet management, improving the efficiency, safety and quality of rail services helping to transform the future of your railway and how it is operated.
We are a global leader in the provision of information to maximise the safety and reliability of the railway and reduce costs. Our award winning, self-powered, wireless sensing technology, combined with vibration engineering expertise and rich analytics provides real-time information, enabling our customers to truly optimise railway operations.
At Perpetuum, we give you the ability to provide true value for money to your customers and greater availability of rolling stock by delivering crucial data about your assets to you directly, enabling you to offer a superior end-user experience.
Our products are completely configurable and can be customised to suit your needs. Our revolutionary technology combined with our expertise means that each and every application will see significant benefits as a result of the information our analytics provide.
We improve the reliability and safety of your fleets and dramatically reduce operational and maintenance costs
We give you the technology and opportunity to improve the way you do things. Our self powered vibration monitoring equipment allow you to retrospectively fit equipment without impacting your unit availability, increasing rolling stock availability to meet your customer demands and maximising the overall safety and efficiency of your fleet helping to transform the future of your railway.
Trains running ‘perpetually’ with Perpetuum software Expected lifespan increase of up to 25% for wheel bearings Algorithms monitor and calculate wear on bearings and railhead Class 334 fleet will all be fitted with sensors in 2017 Improving reliability… Read More
Justin Southcombe will be discussing how Perpetuum are bringing wireless, batteryless remote condition monitoring to metros around the world. He will update on a number of metro projects that have been recently completed or launched and Perpetuum’s track… Read More
Read The Times article on Perpetuum featured in its recent Transportation supplement with interviews with CEO, Steve Turley, and Commercial Director, Justin Southcombe. The Times: The Industrial Internet of Things