Senzit—an award-winning predictive maintenance tool—saw its parent company, MANN+HUMMEL, honored at the CES 2019 event after Fine Dust Eater and qlair became Innovation Awards Honorees.

As CES notes, this award gives Honorees a mention in the It Is Innovation (i3) magazine and a place in the CES Innovation Awards Showcase. However, Fine Dust Eater and qlair aren’t the first MANN+HUMMEL products to attend CES or earn recognition.

In the 2018 CES Innovation Awards competition, Senzit claimed its own Innovation Awards Honoree title and spot at the CES 2018 Showcase.

CES 2019 marked Senzit’s return to the event—and the introduction of Senzit’s latest innovations to a wider audience.

In addition to Senzit’s intelligent dustload monitoring system, attendees of CES 2019 had the opportunity to explore improvements like Senzit’s advanced engine hours or anti-theft location services.

Tara Fusco, Senzit’s Marketing and Communications Strategist and Manager, expressed what a milestone CES 2019 was for Senzit.

“Our presence at 2019 CES was tangible proof of how far we’ve come,” Tara stated. “Senzit has gone from a fledgling smart air filter monitor to a predictive maintenance solution with robust capabilities.

“Senzit is a retrofittable solution that brings AI-powered insights to heavy-duty fleet maintenance. And organizations who’ve previously lacked visibility are now empowered with real-time machine data to increase uptime—no matter their company size or fleet composition.”