Predictive Maintenance Requires Accurate Data
Although the machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that enable predictive maintenance are helpful, they’re only as helpful as they’re trained to be.
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Predictive maintenance of equipment based on artificial intelligence models holds great promise. An asset management system could alert a plant or facilities manager that a piece of equipment is about to fail. However, predictions are only as good as the data they are based on. A false alarm triggered by a lack of data or inaccurate data can lead to incorrect actions and additional costs. Bottom line: predictive maintenance will only be able to predict those problems for which it already has accurate data.