Using Real-time Data for
Changing the efficiency mindset
Monitor the performance and condition of assets proactively. Assess risks for maintenance engineers and operators with visualised asset-level diagnostics across your estate.
Out with the old
From day one of installation The Hark Platform's Asset Monitoring systems use Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to automatically recognise patterns and spot anomalies. From proof of concept right through to nationwide scale-up projects, our technology instantly allows our clients cut energy costs, increase yield and predict failures.
Say goodbye to unplanned downtime
The Hark Platform can automatically make your maintenance team aware of potential areas of concern, through our real-time alerting function. Significant pattern changes and anomalies in energy usage data are exposed by Hark’s inbuilt Machine Learning that studies the usage and performance patterns of your assets from the day one of installation.
Scaling with a Top Four UK Retailer
The Hark Platform revolutionised efficiency for a top 4 UK retailer.
£0.5 million saved in 3 months. 600 stores nationwide. 368 million daily readings. 24,000 assets monitored.
Is there anything worse than a boiler or aircon breaking down last minute leading to that emergency maintenance call out. Insurance companies require boilers to be serviced annually in order to keep warranty, but they must be monitored daily. This is because commercial boilers are especially prone to wear and tear and thereby failure.
The UK is reported to have the highest level of shrinkage in Europe. The main cause of shrinkage in the UK is theft which accounts for over £5.5billion per year with over 1,000 daily incidents happening at the checkout! The top stolen items include the likes of delicious cheese, alcohol and sweets. A common way that sneaky shoppers are taking full advantage of less-than-intuitive self-checkout systems is by replacing expensive products with in-expensive products of similar weight!
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