Rockwell Introduces Diagnostic Reliability Service

Dec. 12, 2015
Asset and plant optimization service helps minimize mean time to restore on critical assets.

Rockwell Automation Diagnostic Reliability Service

A new diagnostic reliability service from Rockwell Automation deploys a layer of technology across plant devices and equipment to monitor and perform analysis and create a continuous improvement approach to reliability maintenance, according to the company. As part of the service, a Rockwell Automation domain service expert closely tracks equipment performance to advise on reliability improvements to the production facility.

“Our customers have access to a huge amount of data within their assets, but they often struggle to turn data into useful operational intelligence,” says Ryan Williams, product manager, Rockwell Automation. “In the past, companies relied on maintenance personnel on-site to check the status of equipment in the field and then develop corrective action plans. Now, with the diagnostic reliability service, they can transform maintenance data into asset intelligence. This helps build a more Connected Enterprise, leveraging interconnected data systems and producing actionable information.”

The solution automatically collects identity and health data from all networked devices on the production control network. The data is then modeled with asset management information to trigger events and send alerts to necessary personnel for proactive maintenance. With the service, Rockwell Automation asset reliability professionals assist users in applying the intelligence on their critical equipment to inform data-driven maintenance decisions.

The diagnostic reliability offering is applicable to all manufacturers, with an industry emphasis including oil and gas, mining metals and cement, auto tire and rubber and consumer packaged goods.

For more information, visit: www.rockwell.com

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