The mission of KCF Technologies is to develop embedded intelligence solutions and accelerate transition to commercial products through strategic partnerships.
An innovative predictive maintenance system for pumps, motors and other rotating industrial and commercial equipment, KCF SmartDiagnostics® vibration monitoring system was designed from the outset as an affordable, integrated suite of products that puts predictive maintenance within practical reach of medium and small operations - anyone that demands the best protection and longest life from key machinery.
SOLUTIONS & ANALYTICS
Today’s business decision-makers are seeking solutions to solve problems and limit future vulnerabilities. KCF Technologies’ expertise is to professionally analyze the challenges they confront, drill down analytically to discover their underlying dynamics, then engineer solutions that can be tailored to meet their needs precisely and comprehensively. This is how KCF has achieved success in fields as diverse and complex as wireless sensors, prosthetic design, and underwater navigation.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Through over a decade of research and development, KCF Technologies has profitably engaged in intensive programs with partners in both the public and private sectors. In the course of that effort, we have developed expertise in learning, developing, and bringing to market the technologies necessary to make already-powerful tools even smarter. Our research focus is developing new technologies and intellectual property that effectively embed intelligence into the things we all live and work with every day.
SMART DIAGNOSTICS® MAKES "GIVING YOUR MACHINES A VOICE" EASY.
This video shows just how easy it is to use SmartDiagnostics® sensors with your machinery.
22 September 2016 – The Ben Franklin Shale Gas Innovation & Commercialization Center made public the winner of their 4th Annual Shale Gas Environmental, Health, & Safety (EH&S) Award today at the SHALE INSIGHT 2016™ Conference.
26 September 2016 – KCF’s exclusive, invitation only Predictive Maintenance Summit was hosted at the beautiful University of Michigan’s Mattei Botanical Gardens.