On Wednesday, October 21, DPSI will hold a webinar on integrating condition monitoring technology with computerized maintenance management software (CMMS). The webinar is presented by Reliability Connect, an educational website created for maintenance and reliability professionals to learn and engage with one another.

Frank Harmuth, DPSI professional services consultant, will speak on the following topics:

  • The need/benefits of condition monitoring
  • Evolution of condition monitoring
  • How to link condition monitoring sensors or systems to your CMMS
  • How to launch corrective/troubleshooting work orders from condition monitoring systems
  • Benefits of integration

Webinar Details

Title: Integrating Condition Monitoring with CMMS

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 21 at 11:00 a.m. EST

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Webinar Summary

Modern manufacturing facilities are utilizing asset condition monitoring technologies to detect problems in equipment and notify staff. Diagnostic sensors are used to track the physical condition of equipment and detect issues in temperature, vibration and other other factors. However, implementing condition monitoring isn’t helpful unless there is a mechanism in place to create plans of action when these problems are detected. Connecting diagnostic sensor data with a CMMS/EAM and utilizing predefined procedures linked to specific error codes provides an effective method of initiating repairs and correcting problems quickly. It also helps ensure proper maintenance is performed and eliminates unnecessary preventive maintenance. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to integrate condition monitoring with CMMS to maximize return on investment.

About Our Company

Founded in 1986, DPSI is an industry-leading provider of computerized maintenance management software (CMMS). We’ve helped organizations in a variety of industries utilize our CMMS software to solve critical maintenance challenges and improve operations. Contact DPSI to learn how our products and services enhance maintenance, reliability and asset management, or if you have any questions about our Reliability Connect webinar.