Predictive Maintenance and Industry 4.0

Over 75 years of experience in the management of vibrations

For more than 75 years, ROSTA is one of the leading manufacturers of rubber torsional springs, and one of the global experts on managing and understanding machinery vibrations. In the continued effort to innovate and provide their customers added value – ROSTA has created HIVE.


HIVE is the new set of digital services offered by ROSTA. It is the industry 4.0 starting point for sifters, screens and any other machinery that vibrates. Industry 4.0, Predictive Maintenance & Artificial Intelligence – buzzwords that are everywhere in industry today. Many companies promise all of these, yet few deliver. ROSTA decided to change that.

HIVE includes all necessary hardware required to get the user started with Industry 4.0, including: sensors, gateways, servers and all necessary accessories. Using the expertise to generate data models and combining it with Artificial Intelligence gives the user predictive maintenance, anomaly detection and error alerts where and when it matters most.

HIVE is completely plug-and-play. Set up and installation is effortless, saving time and delivering insights into the assets and processes immediately, and with nearly 8 decades of global expertise in managing vibrations, ROSTA has the knowledge to tell what the data means, why it’s happening and how to react.

Condition Monitoring’s biggest challenge is not only to identify changes & errors in the overall equipment performance, but also to identify the root cause of these. The companies experience as a component manufacturer for vibratory equipment allows them to break these state change indicators down into relevant insights. HIVE is ideally positioned for large/critical assets, such as oscillating & vibratory machinery regardless of the component characteristics.

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