Process failure costs are measured by the minute, so time is of the essence. Companies must be able to adjust to changing circumstances, and fast. What if you had a process control system that could spot issues before a catastrophic event occurred?
That’s just what engineering and technology services firm Novate Solutions, Inc. sought. The company wanted to:
• Gain insights from machines that had been producing data for decades• View how assets perform in real time• Identify the root causes of failure much faster• Reduce operating costs and downtime
Enterprise assets are equipped with sensors generating hundreds of thousands of data points. But Novate knew that data without context or correlation with other data can’t provide meaningful information or process-wide insights to help ensure equipment is up and running. That’s typically the job of the engineer in charge of evaluating the data.