NGC recently passed the CMMI-3 appraisal and certification procedure for global software packages and received the certificate. This signifies that NGC has been recognized by an international organization for the standardization, regulation and maturity of its software R&D, process organization and project management capabilities.
Following up new trends and developments in science and technology, NGC has integrated its main business of mechanical gearboxes with digital technology. This has involved the introduction of CMS status monitoring, cloud computing, big data analysis, Internet technology, AI technology, edge calculation and mobile terminal technology, the result of which has been the GearSight gearbox health status monitoring and diagnostics IoT cloud platform. This enables a gearbox to monitor its own health status, allowing advanced information management throughout its full life cycle.
Our total software packages, such as the GearSight gearbox health monitoring and diagnostics IoT platform and the NGC Cloud, can be combined with our independently developed high-accuracy hardware units for synchronized collection of data from multiple channels. In addition to our other product ranges, such as wind power and industrial gearboxes, we can now provide our users with total solutions for health status monitoring, early warning, diagnostics and maintenance of digital factory and machinery transmission chains.
The CMMI-3 certification means that we are able to provide our customers with more mature intelligent GearSight product solutions and better services, laying a solid technical foundation for the continuous innovation and upgrade of our GearSight products.
In the future, we will continue to exert our technological advantages to achieve integration and innovation in even more fields, continue with improvements to product R&D and service capabilities, and further enhance our market competitiveness.
CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration For Software) is a world-recognized quality standard for software products, developed by a group of globally renowned software experts at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University in the USA. It is considered as a “passport” for software products to enter the global market.