24 May 2024

Predictive and prescriptive maintenance

MTC additive manufacturing

Rockwell Automation has announced it has added cutting-edge, generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) prescriptive work orders to Fiix Asset Risk Predictor software, creating the first complete predictive and prescriptive maintenance solution to help manufacturers eliminate unplanned downtime.

The company says Fiix Asset Risk Predictor’s powerful AI can be set up in as little as two weeks and starts predicting asset failures days in advance. With the addition of Fiix Prescriptive Maintenance, it now features GenAI capabilities that transform failure predictions into detailed, actionable work orders for maintenance teams.

Work orders are generated using asset data, completed work orders and trusted maintenance sources. Teams can then review and edit work orders, and instantly push them to any computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) or enterprise asset management (EAM) tool. All data is kept completely private and protected by the highest security standards.

“With Fiix Prescriptive Maintenance, you can turn asset data into the predictions and work orders you need to drastically reduce unplanned downtime, boost operational equipment effectiveness (OEE), and make better use of resources,” says Sandy D’Souza, Senior Director Sales, Americas, Fiix by Rockwell Automation.

“It also helps close the maintenance knowledge gap, ensuring everyone has access to detailed asset and work order information, whether they’ve just started their career or have decades of experience at a company.”

Rockwell says by bringing together AI-powered predictive maintenance and actionable GenAI work orders, Fiix Asset Risk Predictor ensures manufacturers see results in the fastest time possible.

Company info: Rockwell Automation