Fluke Reliability, a leading player in offering maintenance teams the hardware, software, and services needed to optimize asset performance, has acquired Azima DLI, a pioneer in AI-powered vibration analytics and remote condition monitoring services.

Fluke Reliability customers now have access to a wealth of insights from Azima DLI’s advanced vibration analytics and AI-powered recommendation technology. Customers can also harness expert vibration analysis and condition monitoring services strengthened by the world-class Azima DLI team.

The Azima DLI acquisition further accelerates the shift toward AI-enabled predictive maintenance for Fluke Reliability customers. With today’s skilled labor shortages, even teams with existing condition monitoring programs often struggle to analyze their data and turn it into action. Azima DLI’s advanced diagnostic engine analyzes about 93% of machine tests without human intervention.

By joining together with Azima DLI, Fluke Reliability expands its offerings to include best-of-breed automated analysis and strengthen its longstanding condition monitoring services offerings.

This strategic move amplifies Fluke Reliability’s connected reliability strategy, bringing together condition monitoring and alignment hardware, asset management software, and remote condition monitoring services to address customers’ reliability needs.

“We know our Prüftechnik customers have incredible expertise, but they often struggle with the resources to cover enough assets,” said Fluke Reliability Chief Technology Officer Aaron Merkin. “Our solutions let teams scale their programs with our technology and services, which are AI-powered, but backed by dozens of analysts with more than 500 person-years of experience.”

Azima DLI’s Groundbreaking Solution

Azima DLI’s solution, developed over decades, is designed to increase asset uptime, reduce reactive maintenance, and optimize manufacturing operations. Their vibration analytics platform detects specific faults, predicts time-to-failure, and recommends corrective action, helping industrial teams prioritize tasks amid a skills shortage.

Remote Condition Monitoring Services Included

The acquisition also includes Azima DLI’s remote condition monitoring services. This offering lets Azima DLI experts remotely perform complex vibration analysis, providing customers with actionable maintenance reports. Prüftechnik, already part of the Fluke Reliability family, has also long been a leading provider in this space. Together, Fluke Reliability’s service offerings can enhance operations and reduce downtime/cost while supporting teams with limited expertise or reduced headcount.

A Forward Step in Connected Reliability

With this acquisition, Fluke Reliability can accelerate its mission to help customers shift from reactive maintenance and manual, low-fidelity analysis to scalable predictive maintenance. Fluke Reliability President, Ankush Malhotra, emphasized that the business will empower customers with cutting-edge vibration diagnostic capabilities that revolutionize operations, optimize productivity, and enable data-driven decision-making.

Celebrating a Successful Partnership

Joe Van Dyke, VP of Engineering for Azima DLI, expressed pride in the company’s best-in-class vibration analytics and remote condition monitoring platform. As part of Fluke Reliability, he is excited to see more businesses benefit from their solution. This acquisition marks a significant step in Fluke’s journey towards predictive maintenance and connected reliability, driving customer growth and industry success.

About Fluke and Fluke Reliability

Fluke Corporation, the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools, founded Fluke Reliability to offer reliability and maintenance teams the tools, software, and services they need to optimize asset performance. Fluke Reliability is also home to eMaint, a leading provider of asset management software. With a commitment to quality, innovation, and service, Fluke Reliability continues to drive better maintenance decisions, improving productivity, driving uptime, and reducing costs.

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