While there has always been innovation in the defence industry, the race is on for their supply chain partners to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies.
Defence organisations are always facing new challenges.
We’ve been beating the industry 4.0 drum loudly to our clients for some time. And for good reason – we’ve seen first-hand how clients are benefiting from increased visibility, data probity and response time across utilities, transport, and smart manufacturing.
We recap the top five most-read blog articles of 2018. The variation in topics shows we've got a diverse group of clients and readers, and their interests reflect a shift in the industrial sector towards industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (IoT), while remaining committed to plant maintenance and reliability.
Given the manufacturing industry accounts for eighteen per cent of Australia’s energy consumption, it has the most to gain from implementing energy saving improvements.
Industrial operators widely recognize that preventative maintenance extends the life of assets, increases productivity, improves overall efficiency and reduces maintenance costs, with a significant margin on a run-to-failure maintenance approach..
There’s an overwhelming pile of advice out there on how industrial operators can reduce unplanned downtime and improve facility maintenance practices.
As a company that delivers control system and automation maintenance support across manufacturing, food and beverage, defence, utilities, infrastructure, transport and resources we see a lot. And an increasing trend we’re seeing is the amount of clients doing ‘run-to-failure’ maintenance.
In large scale operations or small workshop environments the right manufacturing maintenance KPIs can have enormous impact on operability and maintainability.