Smart Monitoring in user workshop

Condition monitoring is the key to avoiding machine failures and unplanned downtimes. The more physical variables are included in the monitoring, the more comprehensive the overall picture of the system. For example, the analysis of structure-borne noise often requires additional measured variables, such as heat generation and energy consumption, in order to enable context-related statements. In practice, therefore, an overall measurement system is often used that includes other wired sensors in addition to the vibration sensors. For measurements on moving parts or over distributed areas, battery-powered wireless sensors are also an option.




The workshop participants will use a simple drive model to familiarize themselves with the basics of structure-borne sound analysis and learn how the measured values acquired by the vibration sensor can be converted locally in the edge controller into a discrete frequency spectrum and visualized graphically. In addition, the participants use further wired sensors, supplemented by radio-based meshnet beacons. Thus, the workshop provides a comprehensive overview of condition monitoring possibilities.



  • Edge controller and structure-borne sound analysis module
  • Access to wired sensors via Node-RED
  • Integration of Meshnet wireless sensors
  • Data communication via MQTT
  • Basics of structure-borne noise analysis using a simple drive model
  • practical acquisition of vibration sensor data in the Edge-Controller
  • Introduction to common programming and visualization tools
  • Evaluation and display of the acceleration sensor data


The participants receive an introduction to vibration analysis based on a simple drive model. How are the acquired measured values locally in the edge controller converted into a discrete frequency spectrum, graphically visualized? In addition, other wired sensors as well as radio-based Meshnet beacons are evaluated.



The workshop is aimed at developers and product managers of condition monitoring solutions, with a particular focus on vibration analysis for condition assessment of rotating machine parts.



  • Date: 28 April 2021
  • 10:00 to 16:00 h
  • Impulse lecture and theory followed by practical parts
  • own laptop required
  • Maximum number of participants: 20
  • Participation fee 99,00 EUR

The participation fee includes conference documents and catering. The fee can be offset against a proof of concept.


Interested parties please register at with the following information:

Last name, first name
Contact details, email and telephone.


If you have any questions about the workshop, please do not hesitate to contact the SYS TEC electronic team at 03765-386001108.