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Webinar with Plant Services: How Autonomous Agents are Revolutionizing Conventional FMEA

For reliability engineers, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a step-by-step process for identifying and tracking the various ways an asset or equipment can fail. But despite its merits, FMEA is labor intensive, typically used only for critical equipment and does not sufficiently use data to improve its capability.

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Plant Services Special Report: How Machine Learning is Revolutionizing FMEA

A revamp is underway of a widely revered strategy to avoid or mitigate industrial equipment failures. The failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is a core Six Sigma tool for improving processes and products. Recent technology advancements are breathing new life into this longtime, largely unchanged best practice.

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Aspen Fidelis Reliability: Providing Confidence to the Process Industries

Eliminate the guesswork with reliability modeling that quantifies risk.

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Leverage Existing Data to Improve Mining Operations

The mining value chain is complex as companies struggle to safely collect and analyze data across a growing network of devices, personnel and equipment. The faster you can gain insights from this data, the better your operation will run.

The Self-Optimizing Plant

In today’s VUCA environment, organizations are turning to digitalization and Industrial AI to develop autonomous and semi-autonomous processes that enable new levels of safety, sustainability and profitability. Learn how Self-Optimizing Plants will enable companies: to empower next-generation workers to focus on the highest-value activities; improve safety and reliability with predictive maintenance to mitigate future events; maximize performance of plant operations by running closer to asset limits and optimizing utilization; and achieve sustainability goals by reducing energy use and avoiding conditions that cause emissions.

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APM 4.0: Financially Optimized Asset Performance Management

Asset Performance Management (APM) 4.0 concerns far more than just asset reliability and availability. It is all about fully optimized asset performance driving to any manufacturing company’s bottom line.

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4 Steps to Optimize Outcomes Across Your Pharma Value Chain Network

The pandemic heightened the need for agility and resiliency within the supply chain. Speed to market remains a top business imperative as we move into the next normal for pharma.

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AspenTech’s APM Software Breaks Ground For Data-Driven Energy Optimization

This guest blog by Victor Voulgaropoulos, Senior Analyst, Verdantix describes the significant role that asset performance management (APM) software plays in achieving organizations' energy efficiency goals.

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Improve Decision Agility with Aspen Mtell® and Aspen Fidelis™

Machine learning technology can now predict equipment failures weeks in advance. But how do you decide when and how to perform the repair to maximize productivity and minimize risk? In this video, learn how Aspen Mtell and Aspen Fidelis enable you to quickly evaluate hundreds of possible future scenarios, and understand the financial consequences and risk involved in different operational decisions.

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