When asked why SmartDiagnostics® won, KCF Technologies' President and Co-Founder Dr. Jeremy Frank pointed out that this predictive maintenance technology began with a resolution to avoid pitfalls common among competing products by creating a purpose-built sensor system and software from scratch. Chief Technology Officer Jacob Loverich and KCF Technology’s hand-picked team of innovative engineers “understood the vision,” Frank added, “and made sure that we got there.”
“After presenting as a finalist last year, we dedicated ourselves to learning, and then meeting, the shale energy industry’s needs. SGICC support has been vital, funding trial installations with Universal Well Services and initiating Shale Net workforce training at Westmoreland County Community College and Penn College of Technology."
We are thrilled to have won the competition after participating as finalists last year and look forward to continuing our work helping to give machines a voice!
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