Archive for Predictive Maintenance

Maersk Drilling to boost drilling efficiency through IIoT-Enabled solutions

ARC has been screaming from the mountain top for some time now that upstream oil & gas can be a large beneficiary of leveraging the benefits of IIoT-enabled solutions such as analytics, machine learning and enhanced communications. Operators, independent E&P firms, and industry stakeholders are desperate to seek solutions that will help reduce costs, increase […]

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IIoT Expands the Maintenance Maturity Model

With the emergence of Industrial IoT (IIoT), collecting data from equipment is moving from paper-based, manual inspections to automated systems. This improves both data quality and quantity.  IIoT-enabled remote asset monitoring also dramatically expands the number and variety of parameters that can be monitored cost effectively. Combined with today’s more advanced analytics, these data enable […]

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SAP and Trenitalia’s IoT-Enabled Dynamic Maintenance – Part 3: Culture Change

In the second blog in this series we reported on Trenitalia’s current and future IIoT-enabled maintenance approaches the company uses. This blog provides expectations and recommendations on instilling successful culture change. Culture Change for Company-wide Implementation During the panel discussion, Mrs. Barbara Morgante mentioned that the company’s transformation is not only technical and financial but also […]

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SAP and Trenitalia’s IoT-Enabled Dynamic Maintenance – part 2

In the first blog in this series we explained Trenitalia’s challenges and motivations. This blog has more on current and future IIoT-enabled maintenance approaches the company uses, in transition from condition-based maintenance, via component-based maintenance to predictive maintenance. IIoT-Enabled Maintenance Approaches Trenitalia collects up to 10,000 parameters per locomotive each second, transmits these in real time […]

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SAP and Trenitalia’s IoT-Enabled Dynamic Maintenance

Earlier this year, SAP and Trenitalia organized an Executive Summit in Rome and the National Railway Museum in Pietrarsa (Naples).  During the event Trenitalia, Italy’s national railway operator, communicated the company’s new IoT-enabled approach to maintenance management that will run on SAP software.  Trenitalia expects that the approach will help it save more than €100 […]

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