man climbing a ladder on a tall storage tank
Sensei OLEX allows maintenance personnel to quickly monitor oil level in hundreds of pieces of equipment through Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Sensei OLEX can also help Environmental, Health and Safety Managers improve their metrics in the areas of slips, trips and falls – which are the 2nd most common injuries in the workplace.
Sensei Olex with WiFi and tablet
IIoT devices are not a one-size-fits-all-solution. There are many types of systems and devices that provide plants the ability to expand their technological endeavors. However, the decisions to implement IIoT can be complex and multifaceted. It is a unified effort between a variety of functions.
sensei olex on centrifugal pump
Sensei helps you keep constant watch on the lubricant inside your equipment in real-time. Now, instead of doing the typical lube routes, unnecessary maintenance and emergency service...your team can move more proactively and efficiently.
maintenance personnel working on equipment at refinery
Maintenance and operations often have a tense relationship. Both groups significantly impact an organization and its success. One cannot survive without the other. But, why is it common for maintenance and operations to bump heads? And what can be done to foster better working relationships?
If lube routes and other non-value-added maintenance activities are the norm in your facility, it’s time to get more proactive and data-driven. Here’s some guidance.