Data Analytics & IIoT
The transition to predictive maintenance becomes difficult if you are not able to generate and collect the right data. You need to be able to not only collect data, but to also analyze and visualize the data in a dashboard, so you can act on it right away.
- Pieter Van Camp
The benefits of wireless monitoring can be boiled down to a simple premise—optimizing maintenance resources to maximize uptime and reduce costs. Real-time awareness lets you direct resources when and where they are needed.
- Tom Ross
The key to effective asset and maintenance data management is accuracy. An EAM system can only do so much with poor quality data and the same applies to BoMs. BoMs can provide accurate material information in real time to ensure all parts are stocked and identifies which parts are needed to complete work orders.
- Adanna Anyalachi
The results are in! 1,000+ industry professionals participated in the global survey earlier this year, in efforts to clearly identify the key factors to having a successful reliability improvement program. This benchmarking tool will help you to...
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) finds many application fields today in the industry by connecting assets to each other, gathering data and transferring it to other internet-enabled systems..
- Can Uslu
The early detection and fault analysis of bearing problems is crucial. When a rolling-element bearing develops flaws on the races and/or rolling elements, there are four vibration frequencies that can result...
- Pawel Lecinski
We are often asked about the typical cost of TPM implementation.One of the ways to calculate this is the impact of taking critical equipment (could be 25-30% of the process) to 85-90% Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)--The Availability Rate X The Performance Rate X The Quality Rate..
- Mark Jolley
- Marshall Institute