For manufacturers in the Life Sciences industry, production challenges often occur in these four areas—production readiness, equipment reliability, personnel effectiveness and facility/line efficiency. In this post, I’ll focus on equipment reliability, and specifically, unplanned downtime.
Alessea Lane discusses how operational technology can be made highly accessible by breaking down the silos in which they live and turning data into actionable information that’s available to the right people at the right time to drive transformational performance.
In this short 2:53 YouTube video, Ensuring Pump Health, Emerson’s Logan Woolery describes how to avoid downtime by extending condition monitoring beyond just critical pumps to a wide range of other pumps to get a better picture of their overall health and receive early notification of abnormal conditions.
In an article in the AFPM Summit Conference News, Emerson’s Jacob Swafford makes the case for continuous versus intermittent condition monitoring. I don’t think I have ever met a maintenance manager who said that condition monitoring is a waste of time. They agree...
In an Efficient Plant article, Handhelds Enhance Field Functions, Emerson’s Alessea Lane & Jose Verdugo highlight these advancements in handheld devices monitoring equipment in the process.
As with every Emerson Exchange conference, there will be a flurry of news along with the sharing of impressions of all the people attending. In fact, it can feel a little overwhelming. There has been a lot of news coming out in just the past two weeks that I wanted to...
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