Asset Integrity Management

Workload Optimization

Asset Integrity Management integrates 3-D models (created from laser-generated “point clouds”) with TBs of unstructured data. This marriage allows enterprises to significantly reduce planning time and expedite decision making as teams from all over the world can access actionable data in real-time. This enhances the ability to design and build new facilities and modify existing environments with proactive maintenance and increased operational efficiency in mind.

Asset Integrity Management provides expedited access to asset maintenance, performance & location/ tracking information, allowing for optimized inspection and repair activities, and planning of new workloads. With immediate access to relevant asset information such as P&IDs, specification tolerances, maintenance logs, instruction manuals and more, workers can make more informed decisions faster, with significantly less time wasted searching for information.

Degradation profiles provide green, yellow and red statuses for all sensored assets, empowering proactive maintenance planning. Asset Integrity Management reduces time wasted manually servicing healthy assets, increases resources available to work on at-risk assets and minimizes the chance of catastrophic asset failures. In addition, real-time sensor readings vastly improve response times in case of emergency.

Physical Asset Management remains the single largest business improvement opportunity in the 21st century.

Howard Penrose Ph.D., Author, "Physical Asset Management for the Executive" (2008)
Use Cases

Industries

Companies operating in asset-intensive industries, such as processing, refining, and petrochemicals, are challenged with continuously increasing productivity, ensuring asset reliability, and improving profitability – all without increasing risk.

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Key Partner Technologies

Asset Integrity Management, CB Technologies, Refinery of the Future, Antea, PalladioAsset Integrity Management, CB Technologies, Refinery of the Future, HPE, Edgeline

Impact

How We Do It

Innovation Delivery as a Service (IDAAS) is CBT’s proven process that de-risks innovation and gives you the best chance for digital transformation success. Delivering real results through constant evolution, transformation, rapid iteration, innovation, and support.

Industry Trends

Connected Worker

Connected Worker uses intrinsically safe devices to deliver actionable data to key personnel in real time.

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