Asset Insight Manager (AIM) is an end to end asset management and compliance monitoring solution empowering your business to capture, monitor, analyse and segment key data, providing and integrating real insight into assets performance and condition.
Asset Insight Manager
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- Full visibility of your buildings, systems and assets on a PC, phone or tablet
- Real time monitoring for vibration, temperature, power and acoustics
- Simple installation of our wireless condition monitor sensors
- Intelligence sent to engineers to give them data of pending failure
- Full CMMS Functionality to manage your assets statutory compliance
- Risk registers and mitigation to visualise, identify and eliminate risk
- Instant email and text alerts when assets need attention
- Customised dashboards for key asset insight and visualisation
- Resource & Productivity Management tools
AIM allows businesses to make informed decisions based on real insights on all aspects of an assets performance including life cycle, maintenance regimes and capital investment requirements.
Our data science techniques utilised within the system generates real-time key asset performance data to enable the users to act before any unplanned failure occurs.
The AIM System allows access to real time data, identifying risks and problem areas so corrective action can be taken without delay reducing the costs and other implications of unplanned downtime and business continuity disruption.
Bespoke advanced reporting dashboard’s provide full visibility of all buildings, systems and assets, customised to show the performance metrics most critical to your business, and the system integration ability enables AIM to link data feeds from BMS, SCADA and energy management systems. This provides consolidated performance dashboards which can be personalised for each user based on their individual responsibilities and key drivers.
The AIM system uses our sensors fitted directly to the asset to record power, temperature, vibration and acoustics which are compared to baseline readings.
Our latest AHVU Monitoring hardware includes 3 External High frequency Spectral Sensors 10,000 Htz
Any variations are picked up and instant alerts are sent from your critical assets to engineer’s smartphones to give them mobile access to all the information they need to make repairs quickly and efficiently before failure occurs.
Imagine being able to monitor the health of your assets to predict failure and lifecycle? AIM allows you to do exactly that, saving time and money on unnecessary maintenance and unplanned downtime and allowing you to plan and budget for when assets need to be replaced.
Condition Based Monitoring
CBM allows preventive and corrective actions to be scheduled at the optimal time by monitoring the condition or performance of equipment through various technologies, and collecting, analysing and identifying real-time data trends to project equipment failure. Action can be taken to prevent or delay failure, ensuring that the reliability of the equipment remains high.Based on best practice data science techniques and algorithms, our complete software and hardware solution will detect events and anomalies with your asset performance providing the data for our machine learning models to predict asset degradation and failure to help identify, prioritise and deliver your asset investment plans Various process parameters and material samples, such as:
Changes in pressure can be a key indicator that an asset may be at risk of failure. Sensors compare the pressure continuously against the baseline data to allow early detection of any possible issues.
The monitoring and regulating of temperature is critical to many industries, in for example food safety and pharmaceutical environments. Changes in temperature is also an indicator of an assets performance and condition and are monitored for even the smallest changes.
Some machinery is meant to vibrate, other equipment isn’t supposed to move at all. Either way measuring vibration is essential to monitoring the condition of assets and providing early warning to any risk of failure.
Changes in the acoustics of equipment could indicate an underlying issue, but not all noises are detectable to the human ear. The sensors can detect the slightest change to the acoustics of an asset to provide an early warning to any potential problems.
The sensors measure flow rates to detect anomalies and also use the flow measurement as part of equipment performance monitoring and asset degradation.
Tribology readings are utilised as part of other all asset health, on line oil analysis sensors can detect the quality of the lubricants and alert users if the oil requires changing or debris has been detected in the oil.