Improvements in real-time sensing, connectivity, and analytics are ushering in the next generation of predictive maintenance solutions for the world's industrial equipment. But before widespread deployment of next-generation solutions can take place, many organizations will need to catch up culturally and take the first steps towards initial investments in basic predictive maintenance programs. In this report, we will explore the current state of the art and the future of advanced predictive maintenance approaches. Through detailed analysis of survey results, we will also explore the current state of adoption of predictive maintenance across organzations of different industries, regions, and sizes.
Table of Contents
- Advances in sensors, connectivity, and analytics are reshaping maintenance approaches and changing business models. These developments are creating massive opportunities for vendors and operators.
- Despite proven performance benefits, PdM adoption is slow in some industries. Organization size and region also play important roles in the adoption of PdM and connected solutions.
TABLE OF FIGURES
- Figure 1: Graphic Evolution of Maintenance Approaches
- Figure 2: Graphic Table of Condition Monitoring Techniques and Applications (Adapted from Reliability Centered Maintenance Guide for Facilities and Collateral Equipment, NASA1)
- Figure 3: Graphic Comparing Today's PdM to Tomorrow's
- Figure 4: Table Examples of Successful PdM Implementations
- Figure 5: Graphic Evolution of PdM OPEX Business Models for OEM Vendors
- Figure 6: Table Examples of OEMs Offering PdM Service Models
- Figure 7: Table Examples of PdM Offerings from Solution Vendors
- Figure 8: Graphic Respondents Represent Multiple Industries and Organization Sizes
- Figure 9: Graphic Manufacturing Lags Behind Energy and Heavy Industry in PdM Adoption
- Figure 10: Graphic Organizations that Have Deployed PdM Are Largely Pleased with the Results of Their PdM Deployments
- Figure 11: Graphic Reduced Breakdown Frequency and Increased Uptime Are Reported by More than 60% of Organizations that Have Deployed PdM
- Figure 12: Graphic Lack of Awareness and Culture Are Reported as Reasons for Not Implementing by PdM by More than 50% of Organizations That Have Not Yet Implemented a PdM Program
- Figure 13: Graphic Heavy industry Is Most Comfortable with Internet Monitoring as an Industry; North America Is Most Comfortable with Internet Monitoring as a Region
- Figure 14: Graphic Smaller Organizations Are Less Comfortable with Internet Monitoring
- Figure 15: Graphic Solution stack and information flow for the ThyssenKrupp MAX platform