Significant expertise of both operational and information technologies is required to implement predictive maintenance solutions across a smart factory, which can be a time-consuming and costly endeavor for manufacturing operations of any size. Before deciding to proceed or pass on predictive maintenance, however, it’s important that plant operators understand its benefits.
The basic technology infrastructure required for predictive maintenance applications
How edge analytics enabled by predictive maintenance infrastructure feeds the four key benefits mentioned above
How Intel, IBM, and ADLINK have collaborated on a predictive maintenance solution that eases deployment with existing IT and operational technology environments while facilitating analytics, manageability, security, and scalability
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