WHITE PAPERS FROM SENSEYE
These white papers will give you in-depth insights and practical advice across a variety of condition monitoring, predictive maintenance and Industry 4.0 related topics.
Predictive maintenance and other connected technologies associated with the smart factory revolution offer huge opportunities for production efficiency and visibility, but they also bring a new operational risk – security.
This white look at the security considerations organizations should be taking note of when implementing a scalable predictive maintenance program.
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Switching to a predictive maintenance regime can slash the number of machine breakdowns and unplanned downtime, as well as helping manufacturers to target maintenance efforts where they’re needed. But what’s stopped many organizations from making the switch?
This white paper looks at the obstacles manufacturers need to overcome, how the arrival of smart technologies has helped tackle some of these challenges, and the potential impact predictive maintenance can have on ROI.
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Industrial maintenance teams are under increasing pressure to keep machinery running and to optimize its lifespan. The low-hanging fruit have been plucked and attention now turns towards more effective maintenance strategies.
This white paper looks at how the Industrial Internet of Things has enabled prognostics and condition monitoring technology to become more accessible and be applied much more widely.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF REGIME RECOGNITION FOR CONDITION-BASED MAINTENANCE
Condition-based maintenance and Predictive Maintenance benefits are significantly enhanced if there is a mechanism to characterize the operating mode of the machine using operating state (regime) recognition.
This white paper explores the importance of collecting reliable and meaningful trending data, how to define operating regimes and the relationship between regime recognition and condition-based maintenance.
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FROM CONDITION MONITORING TO PREDICTIVE, CONDITION-BASED MAINTENANCE
Condition-Based maintenance has proven to be highly effective in industries where safety and reliability are the key concern. Advances in technology now allow for mass data collection, processing and analysis, making predictive condition-based maintenance more accessible to wider industry, beyond its aerospace roots.
This white paper explores the limitations of traditional condition-based maintenance approaches and looks at the challenges and benefits when adopting a predictive approach.
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CONDITION-BASED MAINTENANCE: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY?
Prohibitive cost and the lack of the health & safety legislation have largely held back the adoption of helicopter-style HUMS in the manufacturing industry.
This white paper looks at the history of Health & Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS), with Senseye’s CTO Rob Russell providing his view on what the manufacturing industry can learn from the aerospace sector.
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PROGNOSTICS – THE FUTURE OF CONDITION MONITORING
Prognostics is about forecasting the risk of failure long before there is an operational impact, providing a time to the failure (Remaining Useful Life, RUL). It is achieved through combining condition indicators to determine a degradation indicator that is modeled and tracked.
This white paper explores some of the background of prognostics, what questions to ask when evaluating a prognostics tool and how technologies such as the Industrial Internet of Things are helping to make it accessible.
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CONDITION MONITORING – PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
Condition Monitoring has come a long way from being nothing more than a feeling that something ‘doesn’t sound right’. It’s now a highly specialized science with many different technologies contributing into it.
This white paper explores the history of modern condition monitoring systems, the differences in condition monitoring technologies and how they’re being changed by the Industrial Internet of Things – to become easier to use, more accessible and more valuable to industrial companies.