Software, Automation & Control :: Information technology :: Enterprise Resource Planning
January 15, 2008
Feature Report: Computerized Maintenance Management Systems For Effective Plant Performance
Corralling gigabytes of predictive maintenance data isn’t easy, but it’s essential for streamlining your process
Trinath Sahoo, M/S Indian Oil Corp.
Jayantha P. Liyanage, University of Stavanger, Norway
Plant maintenance is one of the disciplines in a chemical process environment that uses gigabytes of technical and operational data on a daily basis. Of course, managing an industrial plant involves a large amount of data, which can be acquired, stored and represented in numerous formats for many different uses (such as financial, safety, sales and maintenance). How those data can be put to meaningful use for improved plant performance is a common concern in a majority of these settings....
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