In these years, the Industry 4.0 paradigm has widespread in worldwide. Smart new automation tools and technologies are rapidly changing the face of manufacturing and industry. The use of new strategies in maintenance management increases the company's competitiveness on the market. The most important task is the reduction of production costs, which can be pursued by reducing downtime and increasing maintenance efficiency. These objectives can be achieved through the widespread use of low-cost smart devices, which can provide a detailed and online view of the operating conditions of the machines. For these reasons, in this paper an IoT system has been proposed. This system analyzes the machinery vibration spectrum, in order to have a conditional and continuous monitoring for the resilience of the machinery after a failure.

An IoT condition monitoring system for resilience based on spectral analysis of vibration

Bucci G.;Ciancetta F.;Fiorucci E.;Fioravanti A.;Prudenzi A.;Mari S.
2020

Abstract

In these years, the Industry 4.0 paradigm has widespread in worldwide. Smart new automation tools and technologies are rapidly changing the face of manufacturing and industry. The use of new strategies in maintenance management increases the company's competitiveness on the market. The most important task is the reduction of production costs, which can be pursued by reducing downtime and increasing maintenance efficiency. These objectives can be achieved through the widespread use of low-cost smart devices, which can provide a detailed and online view of the operating conditions of the machines. For these reasons, in this paper an IoT system has been proposed. This system analyzes the machinery vibration spectrum, in order to have a conditional and continuous monitoring for the resilience of the machinery after a failure.
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