INNIO, Detechtion unveil compressor monitoring package

By Keefe Borden19 July 2022

The partnership will combine INNIO’s Waukesha engine analytics with Detechtion’s compression monitoring and optimization technology into a single package for both new and existing compressor skids.

INNIO Waukesha Gas Engines and Detechtion Technologies have collaborated to introduce a cloud-based remote monitoring and optimization technology that will help customers reduce emissions.

This comprehensive, cloud-based digital technology will support a new depth of remote asset insights and analysis across a fleet of installed natural gas engine and compressor packages, the companies said.

The partnership will combine INNIO’s Waukesha engine analytics with Detechtion’s compression monitoring and optimization technology into a single package for both new and existing compressor skids, the companies announced. The solution helps customers remotely manage their assets securely and in real-time. The system anticipates unexpected events, determines if assistance is required, improves energy production, and reduces plant downtime.

“The comprehensive solution combines INNIO’s strength in engine analysis with Detechtion’s wide range of compressor diagnostics. This collaboration enables us to drive our customer-centric strategy, helping drive the transition to net zero,” said Bud Hittie, president of INNIO Waukesha.

“This collaboration will benefit the industry’s need for solutions that provide deeper visibility and better control throughout the compressor skid while optimizing operators’ operations,” said Christopher Smith, president and CEO of Detechtion Technologies. “Detechtion has been creating digital twins and smart solutions to provide our compression customers with optimization and monitoring capabilities for over 20 years.”

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