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IoT Product Startup Vervetronics Launches AI based Crane Monitoring Solution

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Pune-based VerveTronics Imagineering, an Embedded & IoT product development startup, has launched fully indigenous overhead crane monitoring solution with alerts for overload, brake gap, usage based preventive maintenance, electric consumption etc.

The startup, which is now partnering with crane manufacturers, claims the solution to be its most advanced, fully indigenous, overhead crane monitoring solution. The main benefits include usage tracking, preventive maintenance alerts, brake effectiveness monitoring, and overload alerts.

Vervetronics’s industrial crane monitoring unit comprises of responsive design web/cloud application, sensor devices, hardware (electronics) with GSM (SIM card) and an optional smart phone (Android) application.

Crane monitoring solution

The connected sensors collect information from various parts of the crane and brings it to the Hardware Unit. The cloud server would collect data from several such hardware boxes and display it in the browser and store it for future use. AI (Artificial Intelligence) based algorithm track and alert users for preventive maintenance which avoids breakdowns. The standard daily and weekly reports are sent to the management using email. There is also a provision to demand the reports from the web interface.

Founded in 2014 VerveTronics Imagineering is a complete product development company with engineering expertise in embedded software development and functional safety.

With customer base in Europe and India, the company has proven track record with unique combination of product engineering skills, domain knowledge and technology expertise in segments such as aerospace and defence, automotive, agriculture, medical, industries etc. We have customers in Europe and India.

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Suman Chaudhary
An engineer by education and writer by profession, Suman keeps tab on startup ecosystem of India and leads the research team of IndiaWeb2 for covering funding deals, merger & acquisition and market reports.

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