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AI improves asset monitoring and maintenance planning

By Chemical Engineering |

IBM

The Maximo Asset Monitor (photo) is a new remote-monitoring platform powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to help maintenance and operations leaders better understand and improve the performance of their high-value physical assets. This new platform can unlock essential insights with AI-powered anomaly detection and provide enterprise-wide visibility into critical equipment performance, resulting in faster problem identification that can inform better decisions and reduce downtime. The Maximo Asset Monitor also enables users to integrate asset information and history and unify asset-management processes. With multiple deployment models, users can maintain all asset types no matter where they reside, set up new assets quickly and upgrade enterprise asset-management (EAM) software automatically without interrupting uptime. — IBM, Armonk, N.Y.

www.ibm.com/products/maximo

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