Self-Healing Equipment
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Kolkata, India

51-100 Employees

1987

Embee’s entrepreneurial structure and style makes it dynamic and innovative in offering customized, anywhere-anytime solutions for truly meaningful relationships with customers. Our empowered workforce makes decision making and problem solving significantly faster and smarter. To be leaders in setting benchmarks in what we do, where leadership is not being the biggest but the best, in developing our people and their core skills, in the quality of our services and solutions for our customers, in our partnerships with our principals and other vendors and above all creating a happy and sustainable environment for the larger society we serve. To enable business transformation and effectiveness by providing customized technology consultancy and integration solutions to our clients that meet their specific needs within their specific timelines and costs. Today’s blistering pace of technological change provides business leaders with an unprecedented opportunity to build new efficiencies into their business models and add true value to customers in creative, compelling new ways.

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„Self-Healing Equipment“

Self-healing equipment is designed to detect and correct its own malfunctions. This type of equipment has the ability to detect when a component, system, or network is operating out of its normal parameters, diagnose the problem, and make the necessary adjustments to restore the system back to its normal operational state. Self-healing equipment is often used in critical infrastructure, such as power grids and communication networks, where the consequences of failure are high. This type of equipment can be programmed to respond to a variety of conditions, such as temperature, pressure, and voltage, which can help ensure that the system remains stable and secure.