Quality asset health management no matter size, location or workforce.
In order to succeed, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions need several technological layers. More
importantly, IIoT needs to be closely knit to the actual business needs. Only then can new technologies
improve company business.
Airborne and structure-borne ultrasound has been around for more than 50 years. In the technology’s early days, the main application was compressed air leak detection. Today more maintenance and reliability personnel have begun to use ultrasound technology for more than just compressed air leak detection.
Conditioned-based maintenance (CBM) is essential for electric utilities and most utilities have initiatives and investments to realize these goals. The use of thermography is a well-proven technique for monitoring conditions and detecting faults in electrical equipment.
Increasing efficiency, faster work execution, smaller error rates, the right information immediately available on the right spot, a shorter learning curve of new employees… Aren’t we all facing these challenges in industry today?
Inspectahire relies on the FLIR GF320 Optical Gas Imaging camera for maintenance inspections and hydrocarbon leak detection in the offshore oil and gas industry.
Excellent leadership is the very essential success factor for lasting results for any improvement initiative an organization undertakes, including improvements to Reliability and Maintenance performance.
For the maintenance manager there are some words that often evoke feelings of worry, nervousness, anxiety and even fear. One of the most dreaded words the maintenance manager can hear is “audit”. There is, however, another tool that is often used to measure business performance; it’s called the maintenance effectiveness assessment or MEA.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a way to connect devices, collect data, transform it to information and distribute it through the organization via internet (cloud) technology. How can we incorporate and make the best use of IoT in our day-to-day maintenance and asset management activities? Moreover, how can we link machines, technology and humans together to create an innovative and intelligent maintenance system?
The recording of the raw signal was described in the first part of this article. Now we will move on to the post-processing of recorded raw signal.