Maintenance activities consume a significant portion of most industrial companies' budgets - labor, equipment and spare component costs, or ongoing costs. They significantly increase operating costs and reduce profit margins if they are not managed effectively.
Lack of profound process understanding
Understanding the correlations resulting from the machines, materials, parameters, or practices used in a process must be supported by proper analytical techniques and historical data.
Damages and unplanned stoppages out of control
Traditional maintenance methods fail to effectively predict and prevent the occurrence of critical breakdowns on production lines, which can result in uncontrolled increases in financial and time costs, but also in risks to worker safety.
Strive to maximize the efficiency of machines on the production line
Unexpected failures on the production lines are a consequence of a lack of sufficient manufacturing process analysis. Analyze and control real-time data to monitor the machinery's performance, optimize and improve efficiency, and consequently predict and prevent upcoming failures.