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Avoid pitfalls in digital maintenance programs

Experienced maintenance and operational professionals can help fill critical data gaps

Much of the American energy-generation infrastructure is aging.

Though there is a wealth of operational history at these kinds of facilities, some critical data can get lost or go unrecorded because of the cost to install and maintain sensors, the slower upgrade frequency of operational technology equipment, and limited availability overall.

While there is a drive to rely more on data to transform businesses, analytics programs that support equipment insights are only as good as the data provided. If key information about a facility is missing, the program will fail.

Read Bringing a human touch to equipment analytics to learn how a successful analytics program incorporates all sources – and what it takes to get your team aligned on a data-driven equipment insights strategy.