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We are pleased to present some exciting new changes to Jidoka in the form of Chita, Sabisu’s analysis ‘sandbox’. Several new charts have been added making it easier to analyse your data and share that analysis with others. Chita can … Continue reading
This is the age of data, and there are few places where this can be seen more clearly than the process industry. The classic problem has always been extracting the useful information from this vast sea of numbers. Sabisu encapsulates … Continue reading
Anomaly detection of time series data is a complex problem, especially when the data is subject to measurement error and noise. First you must decide what constitutes an “anomaly”, usually through the construction of a statistical representation of past behaviour. … Continue reading
“Mr. Wallace sees, at a glance, that he may as well try to find a lost shell on a sea-shore, or a needle in a haystack, as attempt to discover what he is desirous of picking out of this documentary … Continue reading
We have lots of experience with implementing Sabisu, so what follows is a distillation of what we’ve learned about choosing the right KPIs. It’s generic advice but we think it works pretty well. If a breach carries no impact, it’s not … Continue reading
As discussed in our introductory Sabisu & PAS 55 / ISO 55000 post, here at Sabisu we understand that our software is only as valuable as the actions it drives in the physical world. The act of managing an asset is … Continue reading
As discussed in our introductory Sabisu & PAS 55 / ISO 55000 post, here at Sabisu we understand that our software is as valuable as the actions it drives in the physical world. The act of managing an asset is what … Continue reading
At Sabisu we understand our software is as valuable as the actions it drives in the physical world; it all boils down to the maximising of asset value. Assets are physical. They have to be looked after. They cost money. … Continue reading
Over the past few months we’ve been working really hard on a new product and today we’re excited to share it with you. It’s called Shika. What is Shika? Shika is a lightweight OPC historian and data persistence … Continue reading