Augury to Attend NFMT Facility Management and Operations Conference

Industrial IoT Company to Demo Continuous Equipment Monitoring Technology for Facilities

NEW YORK--()--Augury, the Industrial Internet of Things technology company based in New York and Israel, today announced that it will attend the National Facilities Management and Technology Conference & Exposition (NFMT). NFMT is an educational conference designed for facility professionals that oversee management, operations, maintenance, and renovation of public and private buildings.

At the conference, Augury will showcase its predictive maintenance technology that listens to mechanical equipment, identifies potential malfunctions and provides actionable maintenance suggestions in real-time. The Augury team will also be available for individual meetings to demonstrate ways to optimize predictive maintenance (PdM) programs for public and private facilities. Augury’s demos will feature monitoring capabilities and data analysis that allow facility management professionals to maximize equipment performance and make informed business decisions to reduce downtime.

“The cost-effectiveness and availability of connected monitoring devices have made it possible for PdM to scale effectively across industries,” said Jonathan Cooper, Vice President of Business Development at Augury. “With the proper PdM program in place, facility managers can maintain asset health, manage energy consumption and reduce labor costs.”

WHAT: National Facilities Management and Technology Conference & Exposition
WHO: Sales and Reliability Teams from Augury
WHEN: March 20 - 22, 2018
WHERE: FM Expo Hall

Booth number 2644

Baltimore Convention Center

1 W Pratt Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21201


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 or follow on Twitter @augurysys.


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