Asset management can be challenging and time-consuming, especially when you have hundreds of assets, of differing types, across multiple sites and/or countries. The MOVUS team understands the struggle and have been working hard to deliver a solution.
The adoption of smart monitoring technology in operation has reduced the stress for many water utility operators. Drives and motors in the industry are often old and outdated but are considered too expensive to replace, or put low on the priority list. Simply installing a smart sensor to continuously monitor machine condition would lead to greater efficiency and significant maintenance cost savings.
In the era of Industry 4.0, integration potential is a top priority for organisations looking to make the most of their data and technology stack. In this article, we briefly discuss what integration means in the industry 4.0 context and how manufacturers can become most efficient.
In this article, we discuss how a ‘predictive maintenance’ approach can increase resilience for businesses, and how it stacks up in three important areas of the greater machine health discussion: remote management, financial cost, and early downtime prevention.
Don’t let a lack of information hold you or your equipment back.
We’ve talked previously about how predictive maintenance is changing the game for many businesses. Smart sensors enabling the improvement of equipment efficiency and availability (you can read the full article here). This year we’ve seen a significant uptake from business looking to change their maintenance processes. They want to minimise reliance on physical inspection and routine – the proactive approach is the one for the future. It makes sense, with COVID making it extremely hard to have staff on-site to keep track of equipment health, and completely changing our concept of ‘normal’ staffing levels / schedules.