Asset Management Resource Center
Our process plants are not exempt from the forces of chaos, so when the caller ID indicates the plant, we might worry that it brings news of an unexpected trip or an injury to an employee or contractor.
Operation and maintenance organizations shouldn’t assume that they can merely connect our “things” from the last century and reap the benefits.
Why centralized machinery health management isn't just for the biggest companies.
The knowledge system we rely on for smartphones may fall short on the plant floor
White Papers: In Depth Research
Posted: Aug 20, 2015
PC's used for industrial applications are often mounted on or near the machines and processes they control, but using a naked "white‐box" PC introduces operational risks ranging from downtime to operator injury.
Posted: Aug 13, 2015
By implementing improvements in the mechanisms used to control and operate industrial systems, operations teams can significantly improve both the business value and the safety of their industrial systems.
Posted: Jun 11, 2015
When a device is suspected of having a problem, don't grab the work order and go out into the plant to "see what might be wrong." There is a more productive approach!
Why aren't companies using asset management programs to improve performance and increase plant reliability?
Posted: Apr 20, 2015
Could the biggest obstacle to asset management be management? This white paper explores the experiences of users who have successfully implemented an effective asset management and reliability program and discusses the culture and work process changes requ