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Serviceability Driven Asset Management (S-DAM) - a new approach to Asset Performance & Reliability Management
Asset Performance & Reliability Management is just on the verge of next massive transformation. Industry 4.0, Edge Computing, Hybrid Cloud and Hybrid Analytics are changing the age old reliability approach. Asset survivability is not the sole target anymore. Asset "Service Level" management is the new focus. Impact on the operation could be detrimental when multiple connected assets start deviating from their designed service levels. If such deviations remain undetected and unattended for long, that could impact plant availability, throughput, quality of finished products and at times lead to complex HSSE incidents. IBM’s Serviceability Driven Asset Management (S-DAM) is the next generation reliability management approach that helps dealing with these challenges.
In my ARTICLE. I mentioned few real life cases which could have been averted by S-DAM
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