IOT

Latium Technologies launches “Ingenious E-Sense™”

Industrial IoT solutions provider Latium Technologies is excited to launch the Ingenious line of IoT technologies, first introducing the groundbreaking E-Sense™ device. 

The Ingenious E-Sense™ is a non-invasive IoT sensor that provides mining companies with a better way to monitor networks of high-voltage cables for damage or faults. To date, this challenge has been a completely manual process.

“Currently, there is no solution to identify damaged segments and each cable must be checked individually,” said a leading member of the Asset Health team for a major Canadian mining company. “Identifying cables is a time consuming and manually intensive process.”

E-Sense™ allows maintenance teams to immediately identify and replace damaged cables, reducing costly downtime and eliminating manual processes.

“The idea for the E-Sense™ came from being told, ‘It can’t be done’,” said Latium co-founder and president Tony Pecorilli. “Our mission has always been to push the boundaries on what people think is impossible.”

The Ingenious E-Sense™ integrates directly into Latium Technologies’ industry-leading Job Site Insights® suite of applications.

“The launch of the Ingenious sensor line is a major step for us,” said Latium Technologies CEO Mark Bryant. “This enables us to provide truly end-to-end digital transformation solutions to our clients that save time, improve safety, and enhance operational efficiency.”

Learn more about the Ingenious E-Sense product here:  https://cemex.latiumtech.com/p/1

Latium’s JSI® technology is already used by several clients in the industrial sector, including Trans Mountain, TC Energy, and Enbridge.

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