JUMP-START YOUR TRANSITION INTO THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION UTILIZING OUR INDUSTRIAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
Presently, a significant portion of industrial asset maintenance is unintentional, occurring only when assets are already performing poorly or have failed. Such unplanned maintenance can result in halts of production, which can translate to severe cost implications.
Our Industrial Asset Management solutions use complex analytical systems which utilize both maintenance and operational data to protect clients’ valuable assets. The system provides early warnings for assets that are at risk of failure/performance issues, allowing for proactive intervention as opposed to expensive reactive measures.
KEY BENEFITS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE:
Bearing failures can easily lead to significant production outages and losses. Numerous manual methods of monitoring bearing vibrations are integrated into routine monitoring programs. However, the efficacy of such monitoring activities tends to be limited when bearing failure doesn’t follow typical patterns. That is, at slower rates, over longer periods of time or more abruptly, with rapid failure, existing routine monitoring programs may not be able to detect the fault.
Dickinson Technologies’ Bearing Fault Early Warning system continuously monitors the vibrations and speeds of machines. With the help of a special algorithm, bearing failures are predicted by identifying when the expected vibrations do not match the actual vibrations. Maintenance teams are immediately alerted, giving them a fair warning to proactively remedy any issues before failure.
DICKINSON TECHNOLOGIES OFFERS CUSTOMIZABLE WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE THAT IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR WORKSHOPS. ADOPTING THIS SOFTWARE IMPROVED THE EFFICIENCY OF WORK ORDER PROCESSES.
At its core, the solution uses online forms together with a robust database engine to store and analyze all work orders.
The Digital Workshop Management software’s dashboard engine displays relevant metrics to various parties involved. Making it easier to track the work done in workshops as well as to analyze the failure and repair data of equipment.
Setting up the system typically involves the following:
Development of workflows for each task
Creation of conditions for each form including signatures, calculations, upload fields, and validation of measurements
Review of redundant steps
Creation and management of the database of all forms that have gone through the system