Advanced digital solutions for condition monitoring in mining

Metso Outotec and Dynamox have entered into a global cooperation agreement on the usage of Dynamox’s condition monitoring platform in mining and aggregates processes. Metso Outotec is offering the solution to its own installed equipment base; the partner agreement enables also third-party equipment monitoring, further strengthening the company’s digital scalability and solution flexibility.  

”Dynamox is an important addition to Metso Outotec’s partner ecosystem and is complementing our goal of developing and providing easy-to-use and sustainable digital solutions to our customers. We also see significant opportunities for further development in the field of AI and analytics,” says Tuomas Martinkallio, Vice President, Digital Services, Metso Outotec. 

“The new technology will become a seamless part of the Metso Outotec Metrics solution. For example, screening customers use Metrics to obtain real-time condition monitoring data that can be used to continuously improve production efficiency and achieve maximum output,” states Jan Wirth, Director, RTD and Engineering, Screening business line, Metso Outotec.  

By combining Metso Outotec’s OEM expertise with the digital solution offered by Dynamox, it is possible to provide customers with modern, easy-to-install instrumentation that can be complemented with comprehensive value-added services in the customer’s value chain. When the innovative monitoring capability is combined with Metso Outotec’s Performance Centers’ remote monitoring services and global field service network, the company can further support customers in achieving reliable plant performance.   

“We are delighted to collaborate with Metso Outotec for the customer benefit. For us, the strategic partnership is a significant recognition of the development of innovative and high-quality maintenance solutions that are different from those of other solution providers,” says Guillaume Barrault, CEO, Dynamox.

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