For industrial manufacturers, remote condition monitoring continues to be a leading driver for connecting products, machines, and sites.

In fact, according to the latest Ovum IoT Enterprise Insight Survey, condition monitoring is the number one application manufacturers are deploying or planning to deploy.   

The ability to control and get visibility into operations from anywhere, and at anytime, carries powerful business value – not only for manufacturers but for their customers as well. These benefits include improved operational productivity and efficiency, predictive maintenance, added resilience and improved adherence to regulations.

The core of remote condition monitoring lies in smart alerts, derived from machine and equipment-generated data. With alerts, manufacturers get notified in real-time about the efficiency, operational health, and critical issues for their products and production lines.

Remote Condition Monitoring – Delivered in 10 Weeks

Up until now, manufacturers used the Seebo Industrial IoT Platform to model, simulate, and deliver remote condition monitoring – from data extraction to data analytics. With the demand for asset monitoring growing at an exponential rate, coupled with the need for rapid time-to-market, we’re now offering an end-to-end remote condition monitoring solution, powered by the Seebo platform.

Seebo Condition Monitoring is a full turnkey solution, that cuts time-to-market and costs in deployment.


Seebo Remote Condition Monitoring Solution

Delivery of the Seebo Condition Monitoring solution starts with a solution discovery workshop – led by Seebo’s Client Solutions team – to define the key performance indicators that are to be reported, along with all the technical parameters of the solution.

Seebo’s team then graphically models the solution using the Seebo Solution Modeler, including the appropriate dashboards and performance metrics, the rules for critical alerts and warnings, required sensors, and data connectivity.

In just two weeks, Seebo presents to the client – using the Seebo IoT Simulator – a virtual prototype of the condition monitoring system – a digital simulation of the end-to-end solution, including the hardware device, sensors, triggers, rules, alerts and dashboards. This allows customers to fully validate the scope and functionality of the entire system, minimizing risks and eliminating surprises.

Fast-forward just 8-10 weeks, and Seebo delivers a working Condition Monitoring solution based on the client’s specific virtual prototype. The entire solution is built on the Seebo platform, enabling the client to easily and rapidly modify the solution – once in production – as the business demands.

Benefits of Remote Condition Monitoring

Track overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)

With condition monitoring, manufacturers can easily track the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) of their products and production lines. Product teams define the performance metrics for their machines and get dashboards that alert to changes in speed, output, vibration and power consumption.

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Visualize operational health

To understand the real-time operational health of machines and production lines, condition monitoring alerts provide teams with metrics for machine temperature, pressure, humidity, fatigue, and wear.

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In addition to improving asset utilization and lifespan, these insights allow companies to make data-driven decisions for improving their products, reducing maintenance costs, and providing proactive customer service.

Get notified about issues ahead of downtime

One of the most important benefits of remote condition monitoring is preventing downtime in production lines and for customer operations.

With an anomaly detection system, condition monitoring allows manufacturers to quickly identify and get to the root cause of issues.

In addition to preventing problems before they occur, manufacturers can leverage condition monitoring insights to understand what’s wrong with a machine before visiting a site. This saves Time to Repair (TTR). Cost of Repair (COR) and improves the allocation of service and field engineers.

Interested in implementing remote condition monitoring to reach operational excellence? Get a live demo of Seebo’s out-of-the-box Condition Monitoring Solution and start taking advantage of new business benefits.

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