May 2019

Special Focus: Maintenance and Reliability

Cloud-based condition monitoring solutions optimize reliability of rotating equipment

Hydrocarbon processing (HP) companies are seeking opportunities to improve productivity, optimize equipment availability and increase process uptime.

Mishra, G., India Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative, Phulpur; McClatchie, D., Vedula, S., Nanoprecise Sci Corp.

Hydrocarbon processing (HP) companies are seeking opportunities to improve productivity, optimize equipment availability and increase process uptime. Finding the edge in operational excellence involves fully utilizing advanced innovations to collect and analyze data concerning process conditions and equipment operations and health. Such advanced methods include wireless technologies, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Leveraging data as information Industry 4.0 innovations have radically increased the methods and types of data that can be collected and shared. IIoT and cloud computing provide new platforms for real-time monitor

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