에너지 및 유틸리티를 위한 IBM Enterprise Asset Management
Many assets. Disparate systems.
Energy and utility companies are asset-intensive. And historically, utilities have managed their assets in silos. However, the emergence of the smart grid and smart meters, challenges of an aging workforce, and a demanding regulatory environment make it critical to standardize on one asset management platform. Now, with the IBM® Enterprise Asset Management solution for energy and utilities, that need transforms from possibility to reality.
Many assets. One management platform.
By using an instrumented approach that includes digital sensors, advanced communication networks and sophisticated analytics, the IBM Enterprise Asset Management solution can help your enterprise understand asset condition, usage and allocation in near real time to more effectively manage resources and costs. The solution creates an interconnected value chain, linking utility participants at multiple levels from power plant to plug. It then enables the intelligent flow of information, which can be used to transform and optimize asset performance, worker productivity and supplier enablement.
Generate power―and performance
The IBM Enterprise Asset Management solution is comprised of three distinct offerings:
These three solutions are a vital part of a revitalization of today’s utilities, which also includes the emergence of the IBM Intelligent Utility Network Solution. Together, they can help your energy and utility enterprise:
With the IBM Enterprise Asset Management solution, you can position your utility as a smart grid company with cutting edge, power-saving opportunities for customers and an ability to integrate alternative energies. This can help ensure competitive positioning for the future.
A leader in asset management
The IBM Enterprise Asset Management solution is built on IBM Maximo® Asset Management configuration tools, which let you tailor the system, screens and business processes to your business needs without altering source code. Additional tools can include: