Condition Monitoring for Industrial Manufacturing
Remote sites, harsh environments, and small maintenance teams challenge production uptime. Online condition monitoring technologies help engineers find, diagnose, and prioritize problems from manufacturing lines across the whole company.
Adopting modern technology for machine health monitoring can help your maintenance team unlock days of production, shift to a more efficient sparing strategy, and push out scheduled preventative maintenance. NI technology for machine health monitoring helps your plant engineers connect data from critical equipment to your subject matter experts for machine vibration analysis and connects that same data to your IT systems as part of a digital transformation, Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), or Industry 4.0 program. NI asset condition monitoring solutions are open, customizable, and help you adapt to plant-specific needs as you roll out modern predictive maintenance and process optimization projects. Are you ready to add asset health monitoring to your digital transformation roadmap?
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China Steel facilities saved over NT$350 million by using in-house expertise and a condition monitoring system powered by NI to detect unclear failure modes.
Cloud- and web-based software, wireless instrumentation, microelectromechanical systems, and Edge Processing help provide better data quality and access to the teams that keep plants up and running.
NI monitoring devices offer different options to fit your asset and maintenance program needs.
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