Digital Twins assist organisations in the analysis of Maintainability, Availability, Reliability, Resourcing and Spares Strategy (MARRS): the key factors in maximising uptime.
Using powerful and highly visual Digital Twin technology, we build your data, including failure information and repair times, spares stock levels and preventative maintenance schedules, into a virtual replica of your operations.
This then enables you to predict overall organisation performance as a response to making proposed investments or rationalisations in areas such as equipment, spares holdings and maintenance resourcing, and ultimately identify and improve the operational landscape.
A Digital Twin of your operations, tailored to your organisation’s key issues, will:
Enable cost-benefit analyses of highly complex process changes
Provide a testbed for a vast variety of investment or rationalisation plans
Balance the complex trade-off between improving productivity and reducing OPEX/CAPEX
Using Digital Twins to Maximise Pump Network Uptime
By modelling a complex network of pumps, the organisation is provided with a testbed for experimentation.
The model then provides feedback on uptime and productivity in response to modifying any combination of:
- number of pumps in the network
- specifications of equipment
- preventative maintenance frequency
- number of available maintenance teams
- spares stock strategy
- supplier lead times
The Digital Twin allows the organisation to identify enhanced configurations in a risk free environment. The results can then be implemented operationally to improve uptime, throughput and overall system performance.
How we’ve helped other businesses like yours
Purity Soft Drinks Achieved Efficiency Improvements of 20%
Leading soft drinks manufacturer achieves OEE efficiency gains and data insight to drive continuous improvement from real-time OEE platform.
Spirit Energy Digital Transformation
After just one year of collaborating with ITI Group on their Digital Transformation programme, Spirit Energy are already seeing the benefits of a properly managed data solution.
Marks & Spencer Distribution Centre: Simulation for Facility Design
ITI Group used simulation to help Marks and Spencer plc (M&S) design its 900,000sq ft distribution centre in Leicestershire.
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