Online post-processing and reporting tools are available for VibePro, VibePro-EX and ThermoPro. These tools create powerful reports on any internet connected computer. Companies in multiple locations can easily collaborate using these online tools. Learn more below.

VibePro Online

VibePro Online provides an extensive collection of reporting and analysis tools. Reports are available at any place found in the VibePro route hierarchy, which includes plant, machine, point, and individual measurement reports.

Reports include a variety of data points including: a heat map, machine severity pie chart, asset photo, RMS values, severity level, measurement date, spectrum image, waterfall plot of frequency spectra, trend chart, peak values, bearing info, machine speed, and more. Custom logos can also be used in reports.

VibePro Online utilizes algorithms that allow you to focus on what really matters. GTI leverages our extensive knowledge in vibration analysis to inform users on the true health of their assets.

Algorithm Features:
VibeProPulse: a custom vibration signature recognition algorithm developed by GTI brings a new fault detection technology not offered elsewhere. The fault detection algorithm will provide a good starting point for your technicians to fix the asset and return it back to normal vibration levels.

GTI HeatMap: a custom vibration degradation algorithm developed by GTI brings a new visualization tool to the health of a plant’s assets. The larger the box the faster that asset is degrading. GTI HeatMap for the first time provides an accurate look at a plant’s health. Green assets that are rapidly failing will show up well before an emergency repair is needed. GTI HeatMap can also be a helpful tool to ensure thresholds are being properly setup.

ThermoPro Online

ThermoPro Online provides easy PDF reporting on any computer. Reports can be generated for an entire area, a single asset, or a single measurement. Trend charts are also available displaying trends on the highest recorded temperature, average and low temperatures. Viewable on Kelvin, Celsius or Fahrenheit.