At Bently Nevada, we know the performance of your assets fundamentally governs the performance of your organization, which is why we have dedicated the last 60+ years to safeguarding the health of the machines that matter most.
To operate safely and reliability, businesses depend on actionable information. Bently Nevada's hardware and software offerings, enabled by analytic insights and managed services, help organizations improve asset performance while effectively managing risk and reducing costs.
Today, by leveraging domain expertise from Bently Nevada, ARMS Reliability, and Augury, we deliver industry-leading APM technology, content, and services to help you achieve the highest level of reliability possible – from the edge to the enterprise.
Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes Business
Bently Nevada is a critical business in the broader Baker Hughes Industrial Asset Management (IAM) portfolio. When combined with the recent acquisition of ARMS Reliability, a partnership with Augury, and the BakerHughesC3.ai alliance, Baker Hughes continues to progress its IAM portfolio, allowing our combined organizations to leverage global reach and RM&D investments while harnessing the power of engineering, data, and science to redefine what's possible.
Convergence of Condition Monitoring and Asset Reliability Maximizes Operational Performance
This complimentary eBook covers:
- Industries' Complex Relationship with Digitization
- Challenges in Achieving Digitization of APM
- What is Integrated APM
- Critical Capabilities Offered by Advanced APM Vendors like Bently Nevada
- Call to Action for Industrial Enterprises Optimizing Digital Transformation Outcomes
A horizontal & industry agnostic solutions provider built on 6 decades of expertise
Bently Nevada delivers asset performance management solutions through our flagship System 1 software platform. The applications of Asset Health Management, Asset Strategy Management, and Defect Elimination, enabled by analytic insights, build on System 1’s best-in-class plantwide condition monitoring capabilities to now extend across the entire enterprise.
Along with our proven expertise in the asset condition monitoring and protection field, we offer a comprehensive line of machine monitoring systems and asset protection services. With the release of our newest monitoring platform, Orbit 60 series, we are once again demonstrating our commitment to being the world leader in machinery protection and condition monitoring.
Bently Nevada’s approach to asset performance management starts with our experienced, versatile teams, and their unrivaled mastery of asset performance. Dedicated experts, both on-site and remote, help translate your data into the results you depend on with machinery health services, reliability services, edge device installation and commissioning, and customer skills development programs.
Proven outcomes that protect and provide peace of mind
An industry leader and technology pioneer since 1961
Inspired by the possibilities of eddy-current sensors, Don Bently enters graduate school. He begins developing technology and forms a new business out of his garage in Berkeley, California In 1961, Don relocates the business to Minden with a new name: Bently Nevada
Bently Nevada makes its first sale of a condition monitoring system; in the same year, OEMs begin installing proximity probes on machine
Proximitor 3000 goes to market, and is the first mass produced eddy-current vibration sensor, firmly establishing Bently Nevada as an industry pioneer for machinery protection
Launch of standardized 5000 series monitor for machinery protection Expansion of sales force to Houston, Texas
First international office opens in the Netherlands
Introduction of the 7200 series monitors and transducers. The world’s first turbine supervisory instrumentation
“Wherever Sales are available, Service will be available.” – Don Bently. The advanced Machinery Diagnostic Services “MDS” team is formed in 1978
Launch of Data Manager Software, the original predecessor to System 1
Sale of 1,000,000th transducer
3300 Proximity transducer system is introduced
The iconic 3500 asset protection system is introduced
3300XL Proximitor is introduced, setting the industry standard for vibration and machinery protection
System 1 software is born
Bently Nevada becomes a public company as part of General Electric
Launch of monitoring technology for wind turbines
Acquisition of CommTest, now part of the SCOUT product family for portable monitoring
Bently Nevada is now part of Digital Solutions at Baker Hughes
First unit ships: The 5th generation monitoring system, the Orbit 60 Series, is designed for cybersecure asset protection and complete System 1 connectivity Acquisition of ARMS Reliability, a leading global provider of reliability solutions
System 1 is now cloud-enabled with greater technology capability, positioning Bently Nevada as a leading provider of integrated asset performance management solutions. Baker Hughes forms a Commercial Alliance with Augury, extending machine learning and AI technology to a broader asset library.