Fluke and IBM have teamed up to make industrial data more accessible than ever before. Turn existing enterprise asset management (EAM) systems into an IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) hub with Fluke-Accelix solutions for IBM Maximo
"Connect2[Assets] intercepts SCADA messages very early in the lifecycle process, passing relevant messages and Maximo-based information directly to the field worker's mobile device. This can significantly reduce equipment downtime and extend an asset's lifespan by providing better, more efficient maintenance and reducing the cost of asset management and ownership."
- Ken Donnelly, IBM worldwide industry leader for asset management solutions
Connect2Assets integrates condition data into IBM Maximo, allowing maintenance teams to leverage real-time asset data within their existing workflows. With full connectivity between Connect2Assets and Maximo’s condition-monitoring module, personnel can optimize maintenance scheduling based on asset data rather than a subjective calendar.
Fluke Mobile transmits Connect2Assets data directly to smart devices in your maintenance teams’ hands. Personnel can receive alarms via Connect2Assets and IBM Maximo within seconds of an event taking place. Ensure asset maintenance is better coordinated by providing teams with EAM/CMMS data regardless of their location. Putting data onto mobile devices, such as smart phones or tablets, reduces response times to system failures or problems.
ICM For Maximo connects IBM Maximo and Fluke Connect databases for integrated condition monitoring. Measurements from Fluke sensors, such as, the 3561 FC Vibration Sensor and the 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor, are merged into IBM Maximo. Analyze real-time and historical data to gain insights into asset performance, find patterns in data, and receive early warning of potential failures. Reduce unplanned downtime by enabling maintenance and reliability professionals to eliminate product gaps, increase ROI, and stretch your budget and resources.
Gather your SCADA and EAM data into one place, giving maintenance teams easy access to information and work orders.