The Machines to Notice dashboard is the one-stop shop to review any machines you have vibration data for. You can locate this page by logging in at Augury.com and then selecting “Machines to Notice.” At Augury, we have three different offerings to help our partners rely on the machines that matter. We’ve grouped the machines covered into these categories of
- Machine Health Critical Equipment (MH CR)
- Machine Health SE (MH SE)
Notice that we are viewing All Machines, so we’ll see every machine you have ever taken Auguscope recordings on.
While the other selectable options only apply to continuously monitored machines, Updates show machines that you’ve taken readings in the last 7 days. Any comments, observations, or repairs logged in the last seven days will also appear in this section.
In case you may be utilizing or may soon utilize our critical or supporting equipment offerings, we’ll review the additional selections possible from this Machines to Notice Page.
Unaddressed Alerts: Will display any machine whose status has worsened where an observation, repair, or planned repair hasn’t been added to formally address the alert.
Known Issues: Where machines move to once they have been addressed but remain in alarm or danger status. This helps you identify machines that you may have responded to but are still in alarm or danger status. They will disappear from the known issues tab once they return to acceptable or monitor status.
AI Detections: These reveal the raw algorithmic feedback for your review. Our analyst team already reviews these and escalates issues or updates machine health status based on the algorithmic review so no need to keep tabs on these. But feel free to review if you’d like to see early indicators.
The machines displayed on the machines to notice page will change based on your selections in the ‘breakdown’ tab. So, depending on your access, you may see all the machines for a certain building, market, or zone. You can always tell what machines you’re seeing with the large text at the top and changes up or down the hierarchy will allow you to see just the machines you need.
Of course, you’re certainly welcome to continue to navigate the hierarchy in the “breakdown” tab. Here you can see and sort based on the number of machines, recordings, or last activity date.
With these updates, we hope to streamline your use of the platform and improve the visibility of machine health for you and your customers.