Gartner Research

Mapping a Route to Asset Management and Reliability

Published: 11 May 2017

ID: G00325833

Analyst(s): Kristian Steenstrup , Nicole Foust

Summary

For organizations to maximize equipment reliability, CIOs can provide a variety of systems for different circumstances, but all will depend on sustainable integration to the IoT and OT data collection, and the EAM systems used for execution. CIOs must provide a roadmap to clarify the best route.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Level 1 — Run to Failure (Reactive Maintenance)
  • Level 2 — Time-Based Preventative Maintenance
  • Level 3 — Usage-Based Preventative Maintenance
  • Level 4 — Condition-Based Maintenance
  • Level 5 — Predictive Forecasting Strategy
  • Level 6 — Reliability-Centered Maintenance
  • Level 7 — Financially Optimized
  • Summary
  • Conclusion

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