By Roy Giorgio and Stephanie Schaffer
In a recent survey, Des-Case asked what factors present a challenge to implementing condition monitoring during these unique times. 37% of respondents said they don’t have the in-house skill set or time to analyze the data and another 52% said they need training. Most of the IoT data collected today is not reviewed─ and even worse─ acted upon. Similar to implementing a new strategy at any organization, it’s often the execution of the strategy that’s most important and the ability to sustain it. This is why remote analysis is becoming even more critical in a time when we are doing less with more.
•Why and how remote monitoring multiplies the value of oil sampling
•Real-world examples of where companies entrusted experts in the field of lubrication, vibration and ultrasound to monitor the data for them
•6 steps to implementing and sustaining a remote monitoring program