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LumaSense Introduces Sensorgraphics Process Intelligence


SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 15 – LumaSense Technologies introduced today its new LumaSpec R/T Industrial Analytics software. Companies in the Global Energy, Industrial Materials and Advanced Technologies markets can now generate, visualize and analyze Big Data from complex industrial systems using the company's LS6 industrial sensors combined with the latest LumaSpec R/T software.

Harnessing the company's groundbreaking Sensorgraphics process intelligence, LumaSense's new LumaSpec R/T software suite is the first industrial-scale Big Data and Industrial Analytics solution to aggregate and visualize real-time thermal images and pixel-level data from more than 64,000 industrial control points, including thermal imaging cameras, pyrometers, fiber optics and pressure and flow detectors.

"Our new LumaSpec R/T Industrial Analytics Software Suite is built on our uniquely scalable Sensorgraphics platform architecture to provide an industrial 6th Sense that brings meaning out of the chaos of Big Data," said LumaSense CTO, Brett Sargent. "We generate Big Data with our LS6 sensor technologies and product platforms and now we help customers manage that flood of information with what we call our 64K Solution."

LumaSpec R/T enables resource-intensive companies to detect, reduce and ultimately prevent inherent inefficiency and unwarranted waste in their industrial processes. Based on Open Process Control (OPC), the interoperability standard for industrial automation, LumaSpec R/T can be readily integrated with existing industrial monitoring and control systems. LumaSpec R/T enables operators to implement industrial-grade OPC Security for granular control over data access to prevent accidental or intentional un-authorized data access.

"Sophisticated software tools like our LumaSpec R/T suite are the cornerstone of our new 6th Sense Industrial Analytics Initiative to help customers around the world prevent more than $1 trillion lost annually to unwarranted waste and inherent inefficiencies," said LumaSense Technologies CEO, Vivek Joshi.

LumaSpec R/T is ideal for industrial markets such as petrochemical refining and power generation, where critical vessel monitoring and combustion imaging are vital for safety and efficiency, and also deliver quality improvements and efficiency gains in the steel, glass and specialty materials manufacturing industries.

The new edition of LumaSpec R/T with support for up to 24 IR cameras and more than 64,000 Open Process Control (OPC) points and thousands of user-defined Regions of Interest (ROI) -- is available now. The LumaSpec R/T Software Suite consists of four software packages -- Viewer, Basic, Analyzer and Control -- starting under USD $1000.

About LumaSense Technologies

LumaSense Technologies, Inc. is one of the world's most trusted providers of innovative temperature and gas sensing devices. With offices in Asia, Europe and the Americas, LumaSense customers include numerous Fortune 500 companies in the Global Energy, Industrial Materials and Advanced Technologies markets.

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