UK-founded cloud technology firm Senseye has opened a regional office in Nashville, Tennessee to support its growing number of customers in the US.

The Southampton business, which delivers ‘predictive maintenance’ to a number of Fortune 500 companies, uses proprietary machine learning algorithms to forecast machine failure and remaining useful life.

It says the new office will support the digital transformation activities of industrial organisations in America, helping them avoid unplanned machine failure and improve efficiency of their manufacturing and maintenance operations.

Senseye expanded into Germany earlier this year and operates from offices in London, Southampton and Sunderland in the UK as well as France and Japan.  

Activities in the region will be led by Alexander Hill, Senseye co-founder and chief global strategist.

He said: “This is a significant milestone for Senseye. We have been working with industrial organisations in the US for some time and we are delighted to be establishing a dedicated regional office to further support their digital transformation initiatives.

“Nashville is a major industrial location and a great base from which to serve our customers across the Americas.”

Senseye lists IQ Capital, MMC Ventures and Reply Breed as investors on its website.