Condition Manager is a unique, intelligent, condition management solution that collects and analyzes real-time diagnostics from all plant production assets, driving appropriate actions to improve overall asset performance and manage the corresponding operations, engineering and maintenance activities. Condition Manager produces conditional alerts in real-time, delivers simplicity from complexity and provides maintenance management with the resultant improvement in asset integrity.
Condition Manager employs a “Collect, Analyze, Act” architecture to gather, process and disseminate information that is reviewed in its complete context (versus isolated pieces of data) and actioned across the organization, bringing together Operations, Maintenance and Engineering to solve any issues efficiently and effectively. This enables the move from isolated condition monitoring to proactive condition management within the enterprise.
Operations and maintenance personnel routinely make asset-related decisions which directly affect the company’s production and business goals. Stockholder equity, quality control, lean manufacturing and customer satisfaction are all impacted by these decisions. That is why arming your operations and maintenance employees with current asset information is so important. Condition Manager provides the critical link to your real-time plant floor data, making relevant information available to the people who need it to keep your organization profitable. Ultimately, it is this linkage between real-time and operational environment that moves your organization from Asset Management to Operations Performance Management.
Condition Manager provides the capability to tie the condition information (and required actions) with any of the critical plant systems and business solutions. In the plant environment, this includes integration with the Control/PLC/SCADA and Safety solutions, where access to the key information is provided through the operator console.
Our patented configuration tool provides the linking mechanism between the asset/equipment definitions and the wide range of plant information sources. It empowers the process engineer to: