Real-time monitoring is a natural fit with the way maintenance teams operate—collecting data faster and easier than ever. Companies of all sizes can use that information to proactively perform maintenance and even predict asset failures.
Real-time monitoring keeps tabs on the actual state of critical assets for maintenance operations by recording the output of any meters and gauges on that asset. When an asset’s condition changes outside of specified ranges, CMMS software lets users know immediately. That enables them to react to prevent breakdowns before they happen.
So, that means your business can proactively perform maintenance and even predict asset failures—helping it grow and compete effectively.
Benefits of Real-Time Monitoring
Companies use real-time monitoring to simplify data entry, and then use that information to expand their preventive maintenance program.
Benefits of real-time monitoring include…
- Faster response times with automated alerts, so your team knows immediately when something goes wrong
- Reduced staffing and overtime costs because of improved productivity and reduced asset downtime
- Fewer errors due to manual data entry, ensuring data accuracy
- Time-series charting to spot trends and even predict asset failures
- Reduced data input redundancy to save time and use your resources more efficiently
Optimize IIoT Devices with MPulse
MPulse customers can implement real-time monitoring by combining two MPulse products…
- Datalink Integration Adapter collects data from building automation systems (BAS), pressure gauges, heat sensors, vibration monitors, and virtually any digital measurement devices, and sends that data to your MPulse CMMS database.
- Condition-Based Monitoring (CBM) allows your team to track unlimited gauges and meters on every asset, and to set upper and lower threshold alerts and alarms. CBM also enables you to trend that data in reports so he can monitor asset performance over time.
MPulse works with all Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices, gathering information directly from multiple sources—including computers, vehicles, smartphones, appliances, building automation systems, and production equipment. Maintenance teams can monitor multiple meters (e.g., revolutions, psi, hours) on a single asset; specify multiple conditions, triggers, and responses; and automate work order generation based on specified triggers.
Real-time monitoring is here, and it’s growing quickly. Don’t let your organization miss out. Contact us to learn more about how real-time monitoring can help you grow your business.