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Automated Identification and
Reporting (AIR)

Reduce unplanned downtime and improve maintenance planning.
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AIR is a general condition based monitoring tool that supports first and second line engineers in their daily work. Naturally, engineers can only monitor a finite amount of equipment whereas AIR can monitor unlimited amounts of sensor data and alerts engineers about abnormal behaviour. AIR reduces unplanned downtime from diverse equipment and improves maintenance planning, thus reducing cost.

AIR is built on Cognite Data Fusion and Cognite Model Hosting.

  • Users are able to add sensors themselves without any further configuration.
  • A selection of models supported today:
    • Shutdown comparison: does a machine shutdown correctly?
    • Long term trend deviation: is there an unusual trend in the sensor?
    • Outlier detection: is there an operational mode AIR has not seen before?
  • Supports quick development and implementation of new models

This page shows an overview of the relevant systems of one asset. Green tiles indicate that there are no alerts, red tiles that there are alerts, gray that no time series are monitored. The right shows alerts for one system in a chronological order. When clicking on one issue it leads the user to a deep dive page.

This page shows an overview of the relevant systems of one asset. Green tiles indicate that there are no alerts, red tiles that there are alerts, gray that no time series are monitored. The right shows alerts for one system in a chronological order. When clicking on one issue it leads the user to a deep dive page.

 

The deep dive pages are supporting the user in what the alert is about. It also gives the user the possibility of providing feedback and leaving comments for discussion.

The deep dive pages are supporting the user in what the alert is about. It also gives the user the possibility of providing feedback and leaving comments for discussion.

 

Users can search for sensors they want to add for monitoring.

Users can search for sensors they want to add for monitoring.

 

After selecting a time series, the user is asked which kind of monitoring they want to activate for this time series.

After selecting a time series, the user is asked which kind of monitoring they want to activate for this time series.

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