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E-maintenance / edited by Kenneth Holmberg ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : Springer, c2010.Edition: 1st EditionISBN:
  • 9781849962049
  • 9781849962056
  • 1849962049
DDC classification:
  • 658.2020285 22
Incomplete contents:
Maintenance Today and Future Trends.- Information and Communication Technologies Within E-maintenance.- A New Integrated E-maintenance Concept.- Intelligent Wireless Sensors.- MEMS Sensors.- Lubricating Oil Sensors.- Smart Tags.- Mobile Devices and Services.- Wireless Communication.- Semantic Web Services for Distributed Intelligence.- Strategies for Maintenance Cost-effectiveness.- Dynamic and Cost-effective Maintenance Decisions.- Industrial Demonstrations of E-maintenance Solutions.- E-training in Maintenance.- Conclusions and Future Perspective.
Summary: E-maintenance is the synthesis of two major trends in today's society: the growing importance of maintenance as a key technology and the rapid development of information and communication technology. "E-maintenance" gives the reader an overview of the possibilities offered by new and advanced information and communication technology to achieve efficient maintenance solutions in industry, energy production and transportation, thereby supporting sustainable development in society. Sixteen chapters cover a range of different technologies, such as: new micro sensors, on-line lubrication sensors, smart tags for condition monitoring, wireless communication and smart personal digital assistants. "E-maintenance" also discusses semantic data-structuring solutions; ontology structured communications; implementation of diagnostics and prognostics; and maintenance decision support by economic optimisation. It includes four industrial cases that are both described and analysed in detail, with an outline of a global application solution. "E-maintenance" is a useful tool for engineers and technicians who wish to develop e-maintenance in industrial sites. It is also a source of new and stimulating ideas for researchers looking to make the next step towards sustainable development.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Maintenance Today and Future Trends.- Information and Communication Technologies Within E-maintenance.- A New Integrated E-maintenance Concept.- Intelligent Wireless Sensors.- MEMS Sensors.- Lubricating Oil Sensors.- Smart Tags.- Mobile Devices and Services.- Wireless Communication.- Semantic Web Services for Distributed Intelligence.- Strategies for Maintenance Cost-effectiveness.- Dynamic and Cost-effective Maintenance Decisions.- Industrial Demonstrations of E-maintenance Solutions.- E-training in Maintenance.- Conclusions and Future Perspective.

E-maintenance is the synthesis of two major trends in today's society: the growing importance of maintenance as a key technology and the rapid development of information and communication technology. "E-maintenance" gives the reader an overview of the possibilities offered by new and advanced information and communication technology to achieve efficient maintenance solutions in industry, energy production and transportation, thereby supporting sustainable development in society. Sixteen chapters cover a range of different technologies, such as: new micro sensors, on-line lubrication sensors, smart tags for condition monitoring, wireless communication and smart personal digital assistants. "E-maintenance" also discusses semantic data-structuring solutions; ontology structured communications; implementation of diagnostics and prognostics; and maintenance decision support by economic optimisation. It includes four industrial cases that are both described and analysed in detail, with an outline of a global application solution. "E-maintenance" is a useful tool for engineers and technicians who wish to develop e-maintenance in industrial sites. It is also a source of new and stimulating ideas for researchers looking to make the next step towards sustainable development.