PolySense Solutions is looking to change the game, one piece of equipment at a time.
Their proprietary monitoring devices and web application allow customers to view the status and conditions of their equipment anytime and anywhere. If a failure does occur onsight or is even predicted to occur, the device will notify the customer so that they can minimize downtime and costs.
PolySense Solutions are in the midst of beta testing their latest monitoring device, built specifically for the EOS M290, which is a metal 3D printer used by many aerospace and medical manufacturers. They recently finished installing four of these new monitors at a facility in Winnipeg, which is a significant milestone. This facility is one of the largest metal additive manufacturing service bureaus in Canada. It has many certifications, including AS9100 and ISO 12485. “The testing is going great, and they really see the value in our product,” says Founder & CEO, Matthew Gale. “We hope to begin sales of this device in the next month or two.”
Gale is a participant of the North Forge Startup Program and has utilized the many services it offers. One of the most beneficial supports for him was the experienced mentors available at his fingertips. “The startup program has helped me by giving me access to some great business mentors,” says Gale. “These mentors have given me great advice and have helped steer me in the right direction.”
So, what’s in store for PolySense Solution in the future? “Our plans for the future are to branch out into all manufacturing and testing equipment that are left unattended for long periods of time,” says Gale.