Review of Electrical Machine Diagnostic Methods Applicability in the Perspective of Industry 4.0

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Digitalization of the industrial sector and Industry 4.0 have opened new horizons in many technical fields, including electrical machine diagnostics and operation, as well as machine condition monitoring. This paper addresses a selection of electrical machine diagnostics methods that are applicable for the use in the perspective of Industry 4.0, to be used in hand with cloud environments and the possibilities granted by the Internet of Things. The need for further research and development in the field is pointed out. Some potentially applicable future approaches are presented.

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