Improve enterprise wide visibility into plant health
An effective predictive maintenance strategy demands that you can efficiently respond to the most urgent issues in the plant. The latest release to Emerson’s Plantweb™ Optics, the asset performance platform for the Plantweb™ digital ecosystem, is connectivity to computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS) to create, prioritise, execute and track actions.
By integrating with IBM Maximo and SAP CMMSs, Plantweb Optics becomes a single platform where you can see operational issues, collaborate on a solution, and manage maintenance response, parts ordering, scheduling, and work order execution – enabling a fully automated workflow loop for reliability from the prediction of problems to the execution of prescribed, preventative tasks to avert failure.
The native historian provides operators and reliability teams the ability to validate maintenance and operational response based on past asset behaviour and assess future performance of the asset. Now coupled with the automated workflows to their CMMS, personnel can more efficiently respond to reliability issues that affect production and ensure critical issues don’t go unresolved.
With this new release, Plantweb Optics expands its view of asset health - connecting more applications to one centralised location, delivering persona-based alerts and KPIs direct to tablets and smart phones to collaborate on developing production issues. Other connectivity applications such as AMS Machinery Manager and AMS Device Manager are available for monitoring and diagnosing rotating equipment, instruments, and valves.
For more information on Plantweb Optics, please visit: http://bit.ly/2uBQ0CH>
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