For the first time ever, RDI Technologies enables you to quickly and easily see and analyze what is invisible to the naked eye and move to root-cause problem-solving. RDI’s comprehensive industrial solution is driven by proprietary software that turns millions of pixels in today’s modern cameras into millions of individual data points that can be monitored, read and analyzed.
RDI’s revolutionary IRIS M™ product is changing the way companies monitor the condition of billions of dollars’ worth of plant machinery and manufacturing equipment.
“Our RDI Technologies IRIS M motion camera has quickly become the most used piece of advanced technology in our rotating equipment department. The IRIS M is extremely exciting for us as it is the first genuinely new form of vibration analysis equipment since we stopped recording with audio tape 30 years ago. Finally clients who can’t read a spectrum or waveform truly understand the gravity of their vibration issues.”
– Bryant Sutton, Operations Manager, Southern Services Inc.
“One of the most disruptive problem solving tools I have ever seen!”
– John Schultz, Executive Vice President, TF Hudgins, Allied Reliability Group
“When I am sold on a technology, I am lavish in my praise. Your Motion Amplification® technology truly deserves it.”
– Dale Malony, System Engineer, Honda of America Mfg, Inc.
What is MOTION AMPLIFICATION®?
RDI’s patented technology measures deflection, displacement, movement and vibration not visible to the human eye. We utilize video camera technology in conjunction with our software and processing algorithms to extract meaningful data. This vibration monitoring technology turns every pixel in the camera’s view into a sensor capable of measuring vibration or movement with high levels of accuracy.
The results lend themselves to a visualization of the movement. We can measure and quantify any structural assets that a camera can see. Motion Amplification® is a proprietary video processing algorithm that detects subtle movement then increases that movement to a level visible to the naked eye which enhances the understanding of the components and interrelationships creating the motion.