Using software in predictive maintenance
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The benefits of proactive maintenance strategies, coupled with a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), can drive a plant’s efficiency, and optimize the use of resources.
Creating automated preventive maintenance schedules is the industry standard for proactive digital maintenance management. However, once preventive maintenance becomes the norm, plants can push further and enhance their operations by instituting proactive maintenance as a company-wide responsibility. This extends a plant’s workforce far beyond the handful of dedicated maintenance workers to other departmental staff.
One of the best ways to minimize asset cost of ownership and maximize plant equipment uptime is by implementing sound enterprise asset management (EAM) principles and integrating them with a well-defined techniques that lead to many sources of proactive and predictive maintenance.
- Looking at Preventive Maintenance and how engineering and IT resources can improve outcomes.
- Gain a solid understanding of predictive maintenance approaches and who should be involved.
- Learn about total productive maintenance (TPM) and integrating operator input into your maintenance strategy.
- Understand the pros and cons of each type of system, including cost and training.
- Review case studies in which software based systems were implemented.
Michael Hardy, Vice President of Asset Management, Bureau Veritas
Ed Garibian, CEO, LLumin
Chris Vavra, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology