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Artesis manufactures a range of intelligent condition monitoring products including the Motor Condition Monitor (e-MCM), Plant Condition Monitor (e-PCM) and Portable motor-driven test system (AMT Pro) instruments, and the Artesis Enterprise Server (AES) software package.

  • Decrease on maintenance cost
  • Productivity increase.
  • Equipment life extension.
  • Energy saving
  • Improved process safety
  • Easier maintenance planning.
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24

Years Research

500

Completed Projects

15000

Monitored equipment

15

Winning Awards

Artesis

2019
March 1

2019

Artesis opens its first USA office
2018
March 1

2018

32 distributor around the world
2016
March 1

2016

Artesis expands into IIOT market by coorperating with Telecommunication Industries
2013
March 1

2013

ISO 20958:2013 includes a chapter for Artesis technology
2010
November 1

2010

Lloyd’s Register includes a chapter for Artesis technology in its manual
March 1

2010 – July

General Electric Bently Nevada signs a distributorship agreement with Artesis and introduces Artesis MCM under GE brand to world markets.…
2005
January 1

2005 – 2008

Marketing and Product Improvement
1999
December 1

1999 – 2005

Product Development, over 10 million motors are tested at Arcelik facilities
June 1

1999 – June

Artesis is established
1997
March 1

1997 – 1999

Research and Concept Demonstration (NASA)
1990
March 24

1990 – June

Prof Duyar recieves Governor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Science and Technology in the State of Florida, US
1984
January 1

1984 – 1997

Academic Research

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GE-Bently Nevada

GE entered into an agreement with Artesis in 2010. Under this agreement, GE has acquired an equity share of the company, and Artesis® has been manufacturing a range of GE’s intelligent condition monitoring products designed to detect anomalies on motors and generators of various sizes and loads. Artesis producing a new motor and generator anomaly detection solution from GE’s Bently Nevada product line known as AnomAlert. GE is committed to developing cleaner, smarter, more-efficient solutions to meet today’s energy challenges, and the investment of GE enables Artesis to serve customers more effectively with a growing family of innovative solutions. “Our agreement with GE is further evidence of the recognition of the contribution of our technology for improving the productivity and energy efficiency of industrial facilities. We are now in a better position to serve our customers all over the world,” said Ahmet Duyar, founder and CEO of Artesis.

 
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