Predictive & prescriptive maintenance
Durable drives for belt conveyor systems
With high thermal limit powers, MAXXDRIVE XT industrial gear units have been optimised for bulk logistics applications such as belt conveyor systems.
Three things to remember when building a data centre
This sudden digital shift, together with the latest developments in 5G communication is stimulating a need for more cloud-based and online solutions, which in-turn is motivating huge investments in IT infrastructure such as data centres. In this article, Hiroki Nishiyama, global manager of data centre marketing at Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, explains further about the challenges facing this important rising industry.
I-care raises € 40 million
I-care, based in Mons, Belgium, and Company of the Year 2020, is a specialist in predictive maintenance. Te company is raising €40 million to mass-produce its data collectors, according to sources close to the case.
Opportunistic Maintenance: A Newer Name to Good Practice
In the realm of maintenance policies, opportunistic maintenance may sound like an outsider. Indeed, recently, looks have been focused on Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and predictive maintenance or even prescriptive 4.0 maintenance as most up-to-date common good practice, but it would be a mistake to overlook the benefits of opportunistic maintenance.
A new approach to support change in Maintenance Management
Companies are facing major challenges that require adjustments to the organization of maintenance. Implementing those changes requires special measures, such as appointing a Shadow Maintenance Manager. This ad interim manager leads the department through the change. This leads to more efficiency and makes work more pleasant for everyone, including new employees.
From predictive towards prescriptive maintenance
The reliability of the transmission network for electric power to a great extent depends on the quality of maintenance and the rapid elimination of detected anomalies.
The Importance of Planning in Predictive Maintenance
Most people associate predictive maintenance with hardware (sensors and networks) and software.