How to Leverage AI to Help Define Spare Parts Criticality Methodology
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How to Leverage AI to Help Define Spare Parts Criticality Methodology

Reliability and Operations teams have always struggled with a repeatable process for defining criticality for maintenance spare parts. It is often too easy to make everything critical and often entails a binary method of “yes/no” or “true/false.” Most criticality review processes are static (one and done) and are not revisited nor adjusted with changing business…

The rise of the connected worker: implications for maintenance and operations in 2021

The rise of the connected worker: implications for maintenance and operations in 2021

As more plants move ahead with their digitalization strategies, individual maintenance and reliability professionals will find themselves becoming increasingly “connected” in 2021. But what does that actually look like? Where are the biggest differences, what are the speedbumps we should watch out for and which opportunities are the most exciting? Keith Larson, editor-in-chief of Control…

Why you must rank your assets for ‘criticalness’

Why you must rank your assets for ‘criticalness’

Typically within an organization, asset criticality is visualized on a ranked list known as an Asset Criticality Ranking. In this webinar, Fluke Reliability experts Frederic Baudart and Gregory Perry discuss “criticality” as one of the most misused terms in the maintenance reliability world. Organizations often use this word when they really should be talking about…