Perpetuum is excited to announce these 3 partnerships, which are part of their next phase strategy.
Berlin/Schweinfurt, September 19, 2018 – Schaeffler AG and Perpetuum, a remote condition monitoring systems specialist in the rail sector, plan to revolutionize
Berlin, September 21, 2018 – Knorr-Bremse RailServices, the aftermarket specialists in the Rail Vehicle Systems division of Knorr-Bremse, the global market leader for braking systems and a leading supplier of other safety-critical rail and commercial vehicle systems, and Perpetuum, the global leader in the provision of information to maximise safety and reliability and reduce costs, have signed a declaration of intent as the basis for further
The declaration allows both companies to continue servicing their customers independently from each other while working to accelerate the adoption of digital applications in the rail sector.
Perpetuum has developed an algorithm for recording and monitoring vibrations of wheels, gearboxes, motors and wheel bearings on rolling stock with the aim of obtaining a better understanding
the track. This allows maintenance cycles, quality, and efficiency to be optimized and conclusions drawn regarding the systems’ behaviour in the future.
Knorr-Bremse RailServices is looking to combine the Perpetuum system and its information with
The Cooperation Agreement allows both companies to continue servicing their customers independently from each other while evaluating ways to combine their core strengths to deliver enhanced value on specific mutual projects. As a result of the development of advanced rolling stock analytics, particularly around bogie monitoring, both companies intend to accelerate value creation for operators and owners, which will be measured through higher availability and cost optimization in their fleets.
Due to its easy to install solution onto existing Siemens Mobility trains and back office, the Bearing Health Index and wireless, vibration harvester node from Perpetuum
The existing Perpetuum condition apps for axle bearings, wheels, gearboxes,
motors, track and ride are also envisaged to be made available via Railigent, the Siemens application suite for rail customers, as part of