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What if your production equipment was always available as planned? What if your cycle time was never compromised because of a damaged machine? What if your production equipment self-detected and alerted you of quality defects? Applying Real-time Maintenance (RtM) technologies to your production

The COVID-19 outbreak has accelerated a digital transformation (DX) in the manufacturing industry, notably in the area of enterprise asset management. With the emergence of Industry 4.0, maintenance has stepped out of the shadows. Organizations are accessing the newest technology

The Internet of Things (IoT) is introducing automation to boost the productivity of every industry. The technology plays an important role by connecting the fleet assets with suitable applications to make the operations safer, greener, and cost-effective especially in the

Existing maintenance solutions limit production. With the legacy tools and processes at their disposal, manufacturers commonly take reactive or scheduled maintenance approaches that present a multitude of challenges: Existing Maintenance approaches are costly: Up to $1.3M per hour cost of downtime in auto

The manufacturing sector is facing a myriad of challenges, but they all point in one direction – improving the bottom-line performance. Within the energy sector, one of the most important drivers is to increase operational efficiency. Asset management is key

"Having spent, over a decade building machine learning and A.I solutions for E.ON we realized that there is clearly a gap in the technology currently on the market." TY Burridge-Oakland This gap is the real time machine learning analysis of multi-year

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) announcement about Covid – 19 reaching pandemic levels triggered responses across the industrial world. In industrial manufacturing, shop floor activity hit its lowest levels since the Second World War and in many cases manufacturing facilities

In the field of civil infrastructures, the vast majority of those, built since the middle of the last century, are subject to a global deterioration of mechanical properties due to varied loads and operating conditions compared to the design, to

To fully understand what Industrial IoT can do for operational efficiency, one must take a holistic view of its benefits.  As previously discussed, Industrial IoT involves the connectivity of all aspects of a factory’s assets. This includes production equipment, inventory,