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Add Energy launches new software

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Add Energy has joined forces with The University of Salford in Manchester to develop a new technology that will optimise maintenance time and improve overall asset performance.

The cloud-based software, Aim-Hi™ is the culmination of five years of development. It provides real-time visualisation and data insights into asset performance, maintenance and risk across the energy and utility sectors.

The software has already been deployed on three assets including a power generation plant, a mining and metals business and a gas processing terminal, where it has helped maintenance teams to save time and cost by expediting the traditionally complex and lengthy process of preparing key performance indicator (KPI) data manually, reduced corrective maintenance by 8% and halved the amount of time spent on emergency work.

Peter Adam, Add Energy’s Executive Vice President, said: “We have combined years of experience with the intelligence of our consultants and the algorithms we use to create this KPI management solution. Aim-Hi puts asset and maintenance managers back in control - helping them make better, more informed decisions, plan more effectively and address unexpected events efficiently.

“In addition to developing the software in partnership with the University of Salford, Add Energy also conducted multiple user group sessions with Uniper’s CCGT power plant, located in the Isle of Grain, UK. The maintenance team at this plant provided invaluable user feedback that enabled the tool to be tailored specifically to address the common issues relating big data faced by maintenance teams.”

Aim-Hi also enables users to understand why assets are performing as they are and make informed decisions based on reliable, up to date data.

The software focuses on five core areas of compliance analysis including preventative maintenance, corrective maintenance, emergency maintenance, scheduled maintenance and planned vs unplanned maintenance compliance.

The approach to the design and utilisation of the software was to enable users to get what they need in no more than three clicks.

Aim-Hi uses graphs to display data, enabling users to identify non-compliance instantly, and generates automatic text summaries, explaining what is going on in the graphs.

The software will automatically generate KPI reports for users, as often as they want.

Aloysius Peter, Business Solutions Architect at Uniper Energy, said: “Aim-Hi not only tells you how you are performing against your KPI’s relating to maintenance, but, more importantly, it tells you the why behind them.

“Gaining access to such insights at the click of a button, enables business to be more efficient by focusing on fixing issues, rather than manipulating data and spending excessive time investigating the reasons behind under performance.”

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