Modern manufacturing facilities are utilizing asset condition monitoring technologies to detect problems in equipment and notify staff. Diagnostic sensors are used to track the physical condition of equipment and detect issues in temperature, vibration and other other factors. However, implementing condition monitoring isn’t helpful unless there is a mechanism in place to create plans of action when these problems are detected. Connecting diagnostic sensor data with a CMMS/EAM and utilizing predefined procedures linked to specific error codes provides an effective method of initiating repairs and correcting problems quickly. It also helps ensure proper maintenance is performed and eliminates unnecessary preventive maintenance. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to integrate condition monitoring with CMMS to maximize return on investment.
The need/benefits of condition monitoring
Evolution of condition monitoring
How to link condition monitoring sensors or systems to your CMMS
How to launch corrective/troubleshooting work orders from condition monitoring systems
Benefits of integration
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Frank Harmuth is a Professional Services Consultant for DPSI, a maintenance management software company. He received a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering Technology from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, majoring in Project Management. His professional experience spans many roles, including owner of a construction management company specializing in factory, distribution and office buildings. He also oversaw a maintenance management company to support customers within those units. Frank transitioned into CMMS sales and consulting services after owning businesses that adopted cutting-edge computer technology early on. He’s been an integral part of CMMS implementations at many Fortune 500 enterprises, and works directly with customers to integrate their current maintenance and reliability programs with modern condition monitoring and predictive maintenance technologies. Frank has also taught technology courses at Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC).
About the Author
Frank HarmuthProfessional Services Consultant, DPSI
Frank Harmuth is a Professional Services Consultant for DPSI, a computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) company. He works directly with customers to integrate their current maintenance and reliability programs with modern condition monitoring and predictive maintenance technologies.