While all organizations face this challenge, it also creates a significant opportunity to improve asset reliability and optimize facilities management resources and productivity to minimize these unplanned events.
Internet of Things (IoT) processes and technology allow an organization to monitor key assets, predict potential equipment failure, and initiate proactive maintenance workflows, thereby minimizing the occurrence and impact of these events with the most efficient use of asset management solutions.
Explained simply and end to end, IoT solutions use sensors on critical assets to monitor and analyze specific conditional data to predict failures, alert on faults, initiate work orders, and report on trends.
Working closely with its partners at Arrow and IBM, EDI understands the challenges above, the opportunities to address those challenges, and the technologies available to do so. In addition, our team is knowledgeable of the critical success factors, the infrastructure, and the organizational difficulties of implementing solutions that can help any organization navigate this journey.
We will help you develop working IoT solutions and a long-term IoT road map. This set of standards and processes will help you leverage updated solutions to address both current and future facilities management challenges.
EDI has experience with several types and vendors of Operational Technology (OT) solutions (i.e., sensors, gateways, and edge devices) as well as direct experience implementing and configuring Maximo’s Asset Performance Management (APM) suite of applications (Monitor, Asset Health Insights, and Predict) that leverage the IBM Watson platform.
Through our partnerships with system experts at Arora Engineers and Arrow Electronics and our experience with IBM’s suite of software products, we are uniquely positioned to deliver valuable IoT-integrated Asset Management and work order management solutions. We know the technologies, we know the process and challenges, and we can make IoT implementation simple for you!