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About us

Why Dashboard exists

We exist to make industry intelligent: to make it safer, cleaner, and more efficient. Our work uses cutting edge science and technology to solve tenacious problems. We look to solve industrial scale problems, like waste, inefficiency and latency. Our goal is to provide globally significant social, environmental and financial benefits.

We make use of revolutions in material science to electronic components, cloud technologies and data analysis/AI. Mobile technologies now allow industrial monitoring in real-time. This can be done on-site to half a world away.

Our models utilise predictive analytics, perfected in the aviation sector. Industrial operators may use this to better understand and predict performance. Also, they may inspect and maintain equipment before systems even fail. This optimises uptime and productivity.

Such capabilities mitigate environmental impact and improve social outcomes. Thus, aligning with regulators and insurers and protecting reputations.

Intelligent industry

So what do we mean by intelligent industry?

Well, our solutions are grounded in data, so the insights that we provide and the decisions they inform are evidence-based. We believe this forms the core of an intelligent business.

Our technology is fully autonomous. It provides continuous monitoring day and night, anywhere on the planet, without human interference. The system as a whole is resilient, so the failure of one module will not cause a failure in service. These are intelligent systems.

Ultimately, our services enable industry to run more efficiently. To prevent unnecessary downtime. To quickly locate and correct failures. To improve employee safety. To reduce environmental damage. To make cost savings. To maintain regulatory compliance and brand reputation. It’s undoubtedly a win-win for industry and society at large. And we think that’s pretty intelligent.

Dashboard’s values

We aim to ensure that every aspect of our business is aligned to these values.

People excel when given the space and resources to do their job. At Dashboard we trust you to do your job and empower you to deliver your part of the plan. The high standards expected of employees goes both ways. We promote mutual respect and trust between all staff, regardless of organisation standing.

Trust comes from mutual respect, stemming from an honest, transparent approach. We show high levels of integrity in all we do. Should grievances occur, our policies and attitudes promote fairness and tolerance. This includes the response to poor behaviour. We adopt a culture of reasonable challenge, yet demand high standards of work.

The most important part of our business is our people. We want to treat people properly, paying attention to their specific needs. We, too, are open and amenable to the challenges that daily life throws at us. For example, this includes flexible working to accommodate school pick-ups or carer arrangements. We treat people as we would like to be treated.

An organisation must be responsible and dependable. We strive to maintain a reliable reputation within industry. Our clients and partners expect excellent results. We show the mental and moral strength to deliver on our outcomes. If mistakes occur in the fast pace of development, then we own up, address the issue and move on.

The Team

To create amazing things, we need amazing people.  We have assembled a formidable team of engineering, technical, analytical and administrative talent.

The team is designing the future of intelligent industry. Bringing value and expertise are our partners in small and medium enterprises. They support our journey to deliver industrial change.

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Dashboard’s thinking

It’s a fascinating time for industry. The landscape is changing faster than ever. There are huge challenges to overcome and an ever expanding toolset of new technologies with which to tackle them. We regularly share our thinking on our blog, covering Industrial Internet of Things, industrial digitisation, AI, machine learning, edge computing and the future of industry.