The production of steam accounts for 45% of all fuel consumed in Canada and the US; however, these massive industries receive little attention from technological ventures.
Pulse Industrial is an IoT company with the primary goal to reduce fuel consumption, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve safety in industrial plants, through the use of artificial intelligence and machine-learned analytics.
“There has been virtually no innovation in industrial services technology for decades”
Founders Fund Partner Trae Stephens
What We Do
Pulse Industrial has developed a groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence platform for their IoT products that provides advanced accuracy in both diagnostics and reporting for industrial equipment failure monitoring. Utilizing easy-to-install, wireless, smart sensors that communicate over LoRaWAN networks, Pulse cloud solutions deliver failure alerts through email and dashboard in real time to improve plant and building efficiency, decrease downtime, and optimize equipment functionality.
Pulse is challenging industry sector paradigms with digital transformation providing unparalleled environmental and safety benefits. Pulse’s innovative technology yields enormous cost savings for a wide variety of industries, such as manufacturing, pharmaceutical, hospitals, universities, and food & beverage. Pulse is committed to environmental sustainability, diversity and equity in the workplace, and building trusted relationships with their customers.
For our first product, we have developed a new way to remotely monitor STEAM TRAPS - a common and important component of steam systems. Steam traps are known to fail frequently (8%-15% annually), and undetected failures are one of the largest inefficiencies plants experience.
Using our technology to monitor steam traps continuously, industrial sites are immediately notified of any failures that occur so that they can be rectified, thereby saving money, reducing emissions, and reducing the chances of harmful events.
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The history on Pulse Industrial from the beginning to 2023.