Data collection and analysis facilitates an understanding of field operational use profiles and environmental stress data and is critical for ensuring design/process robustness.
The chemical processing industry incorporates a broad range of machinery, both rotating and reciprocating, which are monitored using various types of sensors and other advanced technologies that measure equipment performance/health. The determining factor as to what must be monitored and how to do so is the criticality of the equipment, based on its importance to the process and/or operation.
- Ernest McCurdy
- T.F. Hudgins (division of Allied Reliability)
If you have a maintenance role at an asset-intensive organization, you are probably aware of the amount of data in your EAM system. Amidst all this data, there are almost certainly gaps and inaccuracies. Migrating to a new EAM system is an excellent opportunity to fill those gaps and correct those inaccuracies.
- Maria McLoughlin
IIoT and SCADA - Does the IIoT replace Scada or can it be integrated? Essentially both of those platforms are used to increase overall productivity by integrating smart maintenance to decrease downtime and the extension of equipment life and process large amounts of data from machines and allow to connect anything of relevance including meters.
- Sven Fleischer