CMMS software has become more intuitive and easier to use and may be the gateway that manufacturing operations need to accessing and managing Big Data to control maintenancerelated costs and improve system reliability

CMMS software has become more intuitive and easier to use, and may be the gateway that manufacturing operations need to accessing and managing Big Data, to control maintenance-related costs and improve system reliability.

Understanding “Big Data” for Manufacturing, Maintenance

Connected devices and the ‘Internet of Things’ Improving asset management Predict failure, optimize quality control

Manufacturers here an increasing level of technical and professional buzz about “Big Data,” but there is very little discussion that explains what it is? Big Data refers to the vast collection of detailed information and documentation gathered and stored as a result of computing processes, which can be processed further to provide valuable insights to optimize a process or an operation. For example, Facebook collects “likes” so it can target advertisements to the right

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