RAMP have developed a robust IoT solution to asset condition monitoring which enables a step change in performance visibility and proactive maintenance.
Due to the scale and complexity of operations, companies often struggle to optimise their asset’s performance.
Checking of equipment performance and wear is often sporadic and reactive.
Equipment is frequently in remote locations making it difficult to access and costly to inspect and manage.
Service and utilisation data is not adequately captured or inaccurate often due to ‘unconnected’ control systems.
This can result in significant financial and safety repercussions for an organisation including:
High operational and equipment costs due to catastrophic equipment failure, poor workforce planning, unscheduled maintenance and reduced equipment lifecycle.
Lost revenue due to sub-optimal process productivity and unreliable service to customers from unforeseen equipment downtime or failure.
Health and safety risk due to potential equipment failure or lack of compliance to regulatory requirements.
RAMP have developed condition monitoring technology coupled with analytics providing the capability to monitor performance and degradation, provide real time alerts and implement predictive maintenance strategies.
Assets are easily and affordably retro-fitted with IoT sensors which can wireless detect a variety of conditions including temperature, vibration and pressure.
Alerts are provided to service and maintenance staff when equipment performance falls out of a specification enabling immediate action.
Performance trends are captured and analysed to create predictive maintenance and labour plans.
Ramp have implemented various Condition Monitoring solutions for businesses globally. Some of our major clients include;
Client: Coca Cola Amatil
Project: Condition Monitoring of drinks fridges
Site: North Sydney, NSW, Australia
Coca Cola Amatil (CCA) is one of the world’s largest beverage providers. To assist in the sales of its products it also provides retail outlets in Australia with approximately 120,000 vending machines. CCA engaged RAMP to implement a solution to remotely monitor the location, status and temperature of their drinks fridges. Read more…