In this session, we will discuss:· What digitization methods should plant managers focus on.· Why predictive maintenance is the first way to measure maintenance efficiency in real time.· How to get ahead of the game and be an early adopter of Industry 4.0 predictive maintenance techniques.
In this presentation, we will focus on impacting plant performance by helping maintenance respond faster (alerts, mobile delivery) and respond better (existence and quality of standard job plans, use of checklists and compulsory failure codes).
This presentation will focus on how to move your organization to asset condition monitoring 4.0 without losing the value of strategic discussions while focusing on the enhancement of data collection and analysis.
There is plenty of talk about how connected systems, aggregated data, and empowered teams are the future of maintenance, but how does one get there? What are the steps to get to that Maintenance 4.0 reality? Delving into the history and evolution of predictive and Connected Reliability technologies helps teams better understand the preparation needed for their “road to reliability.”
Webinar: For sustainable and reliable operation, it's necessary to provide operators with timely, unbiased information on how the operation mode affects the equipment's health before a failure when early diagnostics of defects allow people to eliminate future issues at its emergent stage.
This presentation will cover the application of IIoT to the monitoring of rotating assets in industrial applications. It will outline both the opportunities and the misnomers around this application space.
IoT implementations are currently possible but not widely used. However, as facility managers continue to think of innovative ways to decrease downtime and maintenance costs, they’ll be more receptive to adding IoT devices to their assets.
Take your reliability centered maintenance (RCM) program to the next level with machine learning and data science. Building on the foundation of RCM principles, learn how reliability leaders are launching “RxM” and further digital transformation to reach higher levels of operational excellence.
Just knowing an asset is troubled is not enough to stop production to install a replacement. Today’s maintenance professional needs to be able to answer the questions “how bad is it?” and “when should we act?” to justify shutting down a line in an environment of tough deadlines and aggressive production goals.
The use of wireless is becoming more prevalent as maintenance teams look to reduce routes and get more data without the high cost of running cable and conduit. In this presentation, learn about some of the new technology driving wireless capability, device options you will see on the market, and a take on what’s important in a datasheet.