Industry 4.0 is what organizations are all striving for, but it’s not something that can be fixed overnight. To achieve sustainable results, a long-term mindset is needed. It is therefore essential to choose a strategic approach taken in stages. And, of course, the right partner to help you guide all facets of your organization through this major transition.
- Tom Rombouts
- I-care Group
Are you considering predictive maintenance for your assets? Jason Tranter gives you the big questions you should ask first…
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
When failure codes are set up correctly, they can help you gather valuable information pertaining to your company’s assets that promotes preventative and efficient maintenance. This information can be applied to work orders and used for reliability analysis. However, when your failure codes are not correctly set up in SAP or Maximo this can impact your assets, your maintenance operations, and your ROI.
- Rhiana Safieh
- HubHead Corp
EAM and CMMS systems are essential to the survival of asset-intensive companies. In a highly digitized era, this is not novel information. The key to extracting the full value from an EAM or CMMS system is managing it properly. Even though EAM/CMMS systems have been on the market for a long time, many companies still struggle with the basics of maintaining their systems.
- Adanna Anyalachi
You can’t do everything yourself. One of the biggest challenges when building a company is finding the right people to be a part of your team.
- Jeff Roscher
As we talk to others in the reliability industry, we’re occasionally confronted with the viewpoint that asset health and condition monitoring is a cure-all when it comes to preventing asset failure. Understandably, people like the idea that they can continuously monitor their assets and only intervene or perform maintenance when there’s degradation. However, what seems ideal is not always practical, and there are limitations to what can be achieved through monitoring.
- ARMS Reliability
Criticality assessments are a routine aspect of reliability work and are usually conducted for two main purposes.
- Jason Apps
- ARMS Reliability