Create efficient, reliable, sustainable utility operations
Energy and utilities companies play a central role in creating a healthier planet. Global decarbonization efforts through clean, renewable energy are key to meeting the increasing demand for affordable, reliable and sustainable energy.
To address these challenges, energy and utilities companies need to adopt the power of AI-driven and IoT-driven solutions, powered by data and insights, that enable utilities to
- Improve equipment operations and keep critical assets running at optimal efficiency
- Spot problems, assess risks and address them in real time
- Empower technicians with mobile enterprise asset management for safer, more productive maintenance
IBM Maximo® Application Suite offers two key solutions for energy and utilities: IBM Maximo® Utilities for enterprise asset management (EAM) and IBM Maximo® Health and Predict – Utilities for asset performance management (APM).
IBM Maximo Utilities
Deliver safe, uninterrupted service
IBM Maximo Utilities delivers a comprehensive EAM solution for the electric, gas and water utility industries. Centrally manage assets — such as service trucks, power lines, turbines, people-lifters or earth movers — on a single platform while optimizing their quality and usage with embedded processes and data models. Drive efficiency by following industry best practices, remain in compliance with business and regulatory requirements, and reduce operating costs by enabling advanced planning, scheduling or dispatching based on scope, skills, spatial, linear, weather or other data.
IBM Maximo Health and Predict – Utilities
Optimize with AI
IBM Maximo Health and Predict – Utilities offers key APM capabilities for utility companies. Combined with AI, it enables you to make smarter decisions through optimized maintenance and replacement actions based on predicted risks plus historical and current asset health and weather data. Use prebuilt data models for key asset classes, such as transformers, switchgear and circuit breakers, and determine risk exposure based on industry scoring methodology for health, criticality, end-of-life probability and effective age. Minimize unplanned repair work and increase asset availability while reducing the risk of equipment failure.