Augury CEO to Speak at IMC Maintenance and Reliability Conference

Industry-Leading Industrial IoT Company to Demo Predictive Maintenance Technology and Discuss Smart Machines

NEW YORK--()--Augury, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology company based in New York and Israel, today announced that CEO Saar Yoskovitz will be speaking at the 32nd International Maintenance Conference (IMC). Augury will be showcasing its industry-changing predictive maintenance technology and discussing how manufacturers are adapting to keep up with the developing market of connected devices.

“Manufacturers everywhere are looking for innovative ways to increase machine reliability and provide more value to their customers,” said Saar Yoskovitz, Co-Founder and CEO of Augury. “Augury’s continuous diagnostics solution is the first viable solution for predictive maintenance at scale and will enable OEMs to transform the industry through new business models.”

At the conference, Saar Yoskovitz and members of the reliability, sales and marketing teams will be available for individual meetings. They will provide live demos of their continuous and portable diagnostics technology and discuss the arrival of Augury Halo Continuous Diagnostics.

Augury has been invited to speak in two presentations at the event. Sharing the stage with a leading pump manufacturer, Yoskovitz will outline the future of smart machines and embedded diagnostics.


The 32nd International Maintenance Conference is a conference designed for professionals to discover the support and tools needed to create an effective high reliability culture. Sessions at the event offer clarity for how to make the best reliability decisions to achieve organizational objectives.

WHO:   Saar Yoskovitz, Augury Co-Founder and CEO

Presentations on Wed., Dec. 13 at 1:50 p.m. EST and 2:30 p.m. EST

WHEN: December 11 - 15
WHERE: Hyatt Regency Coconut Point
5001 Coconut Rd
Bonita Springs, FL 34134

About Augury

Augury is a New York- and Israel-based company that is bringing predictive maintenance technology to new markets. Built on the idea that each machine has a unique acoustic fingerprint, Augury has developed technology that listens to the machine, analyzes the data and catches any malfunctions before they arise. The Augury solution can be applied to HVAC in industrial factories as well as commercial facilities. Augury is building the mechanical diagnostics platform for the Industrial Internet of Things. To learn more about Augury, visit


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