RRAMAC has been providing predictive maintenance solutions for over a decade, covering a broad range of industries and applications. There are three basic techniques for implementing predictive maintenance including condition monitoring, machine learning and simulation. The Simulation approach to predictive maintenance leverages human knowledge of cause and effect relationships which apply to the specific machine
HOW PRESCRIPTIVE ANALYTICS IN THE WATER / WASTEWATER INDUSTRY LED TO $150K SAVINGS CHALLENGE A wastewater client utilizing a horizontal pumping system (HPS) for wastewater injection was experiencing catastrophic failures of individual pump components. These failures brought excessive downtime and maintenance expense every 4 months. SOLUTION To address the frequency of catastrophic failures, RRAMAC and
Predictive IoT Solution Case Study: Reaction Injection Molding Equipment Challenge A manufacturer of high-performance aftermarket automotive parts was having problems with its two-part reaction-injection molding (RIM) mixing nozzles clogging. The situation led to excessive costs in increased downtime, waste and labor. Solution To overcome these challenges, a custom built hosted software solution was used to
The EdgeScout by RRAMAC Remote Monitoring Solution Cut Downtime & Improved Customer Service CASE STUDY OVERVIEW Challenge and Project Requirements: Rotochopper wanted a cost-effective remote monitoring system with a centralized database and web displays that would allow their service technicians to access graphical displays for preventative maintenance, predictive maintenance, and alarm history for all of
RRAMAC Connected Systems & IBM Watson's upcoming presentation at ATX East was recently featured within the Design News article, "Taking Predictive Maintenance from the IIoT to Big Data Analytics." RRAMAC and IBM Watson will present at ATX East on the advantages of and how to implement an IoT solution that is scalable for predictive maintenance,
Why buy industrial equipment without a remote monitoring and management solution when you wouldn’t buy a car without a gas gauge?
Industrial equipment requires maintenance just as your car does. Most industrial machines rely purely on scheduled maintenance, similar to how your car did years ago. Today your car’s dashboard will alert you when it’s time to change the oil, fill the gas tank, or put air in your tires. But where is the dashboard for
What is SCADA? Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems have been in existence for three decades and have long been considered the de facto method for interfacing with PLCs and providing alarming, logging, trending, and operator interface functionality. Today most SCADA packages include web and mobile interfaces and tout these features as their Industrial
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VP of Product Strategy, Tom Craven was featured in Design News. "IIoT Solutions for the Never-Cloud Crowd," examines common misconceptions about cloud-based solutions. Cloud-based solutions can help OEM manufacturers reduce downtime and track quality with web based dashboards and mobile apps. Visit Design News for the full article.
RRAMAC Connected Systems is inviting visitors to explore its new website. The new site is focused on EdgeScout, RRAMAC’s flagship product for industrial remote monitoring. The site has also been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved functionality, detailed access to information and an updated resource center. The site also includes extensive information to