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Samotics enters the Middle East market through partnership

Samotics has entered into a strategic partnership with Dubai’s Seed Group, a company of the Private Office of Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed Al Maktoum, to bring its condition monitoring and energy optimization services to the Middle East.

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Under the partnership, Seed Group will support Samotics to expand its operations and establish its offering in the Emirates and the wider Middle East region.

While Samotics’ SAM4 technology is already well established in sectors such as water and wastewater, steel and chemical, monitoring thousands of assets for over 80 customers across five continents, this is the company’s first entry into the Middle East market.

Samotics’ SAM4 technology supports industries to monitor the performance and efficiency of critical assets. Underpinned by a technique called electrical signature analysis (ESA), it analyzes the current and voltage signals of electric-driven equipment including motors, pumps and conveyors. The system’s sensors install in the motor control cabinet, rather than on the machine being monitored, enabling reliable, remote capture of high-quality performance and efficiency data.