Honeywell Connected Plant Asset Performance Insight helps customers avoid unplanned downtime and unnecessary maintenance

Honeywell has announced a new offering as part of Honeywell Connected Plant that allows customers to more effectively manage the maintenance and operations of their industrial equipment. The Honeywell Connected Plant Asset Performance Insight connects the customers’ assets and equipment to the cloud, and applies analytical models from Honeywell and its partners, so that customers can avoid unplanned downtime and unnecessary maintenance.

New Asset Performance Management (APM) strategies are becoming critical to industrial companies as production demands and the availability of data from devices throughout the facilities increase. Because of this increased demand, any unplanned downtime, equipment failure, or unnecessary maintenance directly impacts the customers’ bottom lines and can be costly.

Honeywell designed the Asset Performance Insight solution to be rapidly deployed to customers through pre-configured templates. These templates are based on the company’s deep industry experience and real-world customer challenges enhanced with advanced analytics. The offering can also be configured and tailored to customers’ specific needs, making it extremely flexible.

Asset Performance Insight is the latest addition to Honeywell Connected Plant, which turns data into insight that enable plants and businesses to run better. Honeywell delivers this capability through its unmatched domain expertise and advanced analytics capabilities to connect process, assets, people and enterprise to maximize performance. Honeywell’s breadth of cyber-security solutions ensures data stays secure from increasing external threats.

Category:
Asset Management and Reliability
Product Type:
IIoT
Manufacturer:
Honeywell
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