February 2021

Special Focus: Digital Transformation

Data historian-based machine condition monitoring

Machine condition monitoring has been playing an increasingly important role in industrial asset healthcare for many years.

Hastings, M., Brüel & Kjær Vibro A/S

Machine condition monitoring has been playing an increasingly important role in industrial asset healthcare for many years. More machines are being monitored—not just the critical ones—and more comprehensive and in-depth monitoring techniques are employed. Although vibration analysis theory, the primary basis of condition monitoring, has not changed much in the last 50 yr, monitoring techniques have evolved considerably. This is partly due to experience, monitoring system technology and data science. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies and strategies have been changing the information landscape drastically in many industries, but has it also affected machine condition monitorin

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