To keep their 70 worldwide factories plants running and producing 176 million tires annually, Michelin employs maintenance teams for reactive maintenance around the clock and also support teams during the work week for preventive maintenance. Maximo iss part of their intelligent solutions to connect plants, and provide guidance and support to help maintenance teams do their jobs more safely, correctly and faster.
As one of the top 20 largest contracting firms in the world with 16,500 equipment assets in more than 40 countries, the company needed up-to-date information about asset health, location and downtime to improve decision making across all sites. With Maximo and IoT data, they are able to increase operational visibility, reduce maintenance costs, reduce downtime and extend asset life.
One of the three water retailers in Australia, the company provides water and sewage services to approximately 1.8 million customers. With a myriad of disparate asset management systems, it was looking for a complete asset management solution that could provide the foundation needed for growth. Maximooffers a single system that helps manage hazards and other incidents in the field, and inform asset renewal planning and execution.
Nairobi, Kenya is among the world’s fastest growing economies, but rapid growth has brought challenges, especially related to their traffic infrastructure. In addition to traffic jams and poor road conditions, their traffic infrastructure was also hindering public services. Working with IBM, Nairobi used mobile phone data and IBM IoT analytics to help city fleet operators monitor road conditions, asset location, altitude and speed in real time to ease traffic congestion, improve services and save more than $600,000 each day.
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