KGS’ Clockworks API – a commitment to the future

In 2016, KGS made a significant development investment to open up the Clockworks platform with an application programming interface (API). As we push Clockworks Fault Detection and Diagnostics into the future, it is very important to us that our clients choose KGS with the knowledge that they are future-proofing their investment. This means that their data will not be lost in yet another data silo, but rather open and available for future use cases not even thought of yet today.
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Automated FDD on over 140,000 equipment - how we got here

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