Transmission Dynamics to present – Future sensor design for IoT applications
Date: February 25th 2021
Presentation Title: ‘Future sensor design for IoT applications’
Speaker Name: Dr Jarek Rosinski
Speaker and Company Biography:
Jarek Rosinski holds an MSc in Vibroacoustics and PhD in machine dynamics. He started his career as a lecturer of machine dynamics at the Institute of Mechanics and Vibroacoustics in Krakow. In 1989
Jarek joined the Design Unit, National Gear Technology Centre at Newcastle University. As an internationally renowned consultant in the field of instrumentation, machine dynamics and power transmission systems, Jarek worked extensively with industry in this fields.
In 2006, after 18 years of service, Jarek left Newcastle University, to pursue wholly his company Transmission Dynamics, which he founded in 1996. Transmission Dynamics was initially established to provide gearbox and fault analysis consultancy based on Jarek’s extensive experience in these
industrial fields, solving highly complex cases across all sectors. Today the company are developing and deploying an extensive range of cutting-edge industrial IoT solutions to support truly remote condition monitoring and predictive maintenance solutions informed by machine learning and
artificial intelligence. Our specialist in-house team design, develop and deploy sensors, electronics, and software, interfaced with our Global Data Network to provide clients instant and actionable insights resulting from the data generated by these systems.
Our instrumentation is installed and on-line globally (USA, UK, Europe, India and Australia) across a diverse range of sectors including Rail, Oil & Gas, Wind, Heavy Industry, Mining, Aerospace, Marine, Automotive and Defence. The common theme is designing bespoke sensor solutions to
solve critical issues and giving customers insight where they previously relied on antiquated and costly preventative maintenance regimes and reactive repairs. Our systems provide operations and maintenance teams with instant notifications when issues arise with critical assets, such as
escalators, trains, ships, cars, motorbikes, cranes, industrial equipment, and more critical assets.
As a relatively small team of 30 employees, we are delivering solutions on a scale and quality to match those produced by the giants of the industrial world. We find ourselves competing with large companies and small, and our commitment to the highest quality, continually improving our
products, speed of delivery, and giving the customer true insight into their operation, have generated and retained business. Our portfolio of clients includes giants such as Schlumberger, Bombardier Transportation, Network Rail, Siemens, ZF, GE, Ford, BMW, MoD, NASA and more.
Critical to our success is the constant drive to stay ahead of future sensor design to push the boundaries of what IoT applications can do to support industry. We are grateful for continued support from funders such as Innovate UK who enable us to continue to lead on research and
development projects with key industry and research partners, in order to remain at the forefront of these developments.
The ongoing success of the business has been recognised by various awards, including winning the North East Business Innovation Award in 2017, Company of the Year on a national scale at the British Engineering Excellence Awards in 2018 and North East Innovation of the Year Award in 2019, amongst others.