Wireless > Condition monitoring

Modernise and maintain: implementing wireless to monitor beyond the P&ID

06 August, 2013

Many operational and maintenance problems around a plant can be solved by deploying WirelessHART transmitters beyond the P&ID together with an asset management system and other software to obtain asset health information and other additional plant data. However, plant procedures must be written so as to make full use of this new information.


PPE guidelines for electrical workers

30 September, 2011

Guidelines on PPE to be worn by electrical workers are detailed in AS/NZS 4863:2011.


INEOS Köln prevents unscheduled downtime

10 December, 2008

Emerson Smart Wireless technology is enabling polyethylene maker INEOS to detect blocked filters within polyethylene pellet transportation tubes that can lead to production downtime at its plant in Cologne, Germany.


Wireless equipment health monitoring

20 April, 2008

Honeywell, in collaboration with SKF, has introduced OneWireless equipment health monitoring (EHM). OneWireless EHM will wirelessly transmit complete spectral information — including vibration amplitude and operating parameter information — from the field to the plant control room, helping reduce equipment failures and improve business performance through lower maintenance costs.


Wireless equipment health monitoring

20 March, 2008

Honeywell, in collaboration with SKF, has introduced OneWireless equipment health monitoring (EHM). OneWireless EHM will wirelessly transmit complete spectral information— including vibration amplitude and operating parameter information — from the field to the plant control room, helping reduce equipment failures and improve business performance through lower maintenance costs.


Wireless-enabled enterprise solutions

19 August, 2007

Invensys Process Systems has announced seven new wireless-enabled solutions and expanded global network implementation and support capabilities. These wireless-enabled solutions can be deployed at both the plant and enterprise levels to help improve overall industrial asset performance management.


Bridge stability monitoring a reality just weeks after Minneapolis disaster

15 August, 2007

An American professor has developed a system for remote monitoring of bridges using a dense network of wireless sensors, just weeks after the disastrous Minneapolis bridge collapse in early August.


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