Next generation Asset Management: See collaboration in action with the Sabisu demonstration

This week we’ve added an Asset Management demo suite, so we thought we’d walk you through it.

If you’re not registered on the platform, head over to http://www.sabisu.co and fill in the form on the front page.

When you log in, join Poiltry Plc using this button:

Join Poiltry Plc - demo Sabisu project intelligence community

To see the data you need to join the Asset Management community which you do by clicking this:

Sabisu Asset Management

If you are already registered then great, log in and join the communities by heading over to the Hub (Sabisu Hub icon icon top right) and clicking ‘Find more communities’:

Sabisu Find more communities button

The Asset Management community is responsible for managing Poiltry’s assets in San Serriffe, on the Thirty Point peninsula of Caisse Inferiore island. There are 8 assets;

  • the shale gas cracking ethylene production facility near Gill Sands,
  • the HDPE plant, the construction of is documented in our project intelligence demonstration, and
  • 6 other production units (tagged as PU1 through PU6).

The management have standardised asset management KPIs for all these plants allowing them to identify and propagate best practice.

The emphasis is therefore on reliability and maintenance KPIs supported by drill-down data for each production facility. Shift logging data is also integrated into the reporting process.

Asset Management

When you join the Asset Management community you’ll get the following tab:

Sabisu Asset Management demo tab

Any time you see a number to the right of a tab’s title, you can click it to drill-down to other levels of information.

Sabisu Asset Management Drop Down

Whenever you mouse over a tab you get a drop down arrow which you can click to reveal this menu:

Sabisu Asset Management tab options

It’s all self-explanatory. You’ll only get the ‘Edit Community Page’ option if you’re a community administrator.

Any time you see the people icon on the left of a tab, you can hold your mouse over it to see which community the tab is associated with.

Sabisu Asset Management community hovercard

The Asset Management page will look something like this:

Sabisu Asset Management demonstration page

The main table on the left shows maintenance statistics from each of the plants. Each section is clickable; for example clicking ‘HDPE’ will open the HDPE drill-down sub-tab showing the relevant plant reliability KPIs. We explore the sub-tab screens a little more below.

When you mouse over one of the windows the title of the widget goes solid and you can drop a menu off the cog, where you can leave a message against the widget, leave feedback, share it and more. Here’s how it looks:

 Sabisu widget menu

Feel free to chat with the Sabisu guys or anyone else who’s on the Poiltry community.

Over on the right-hand side is failure data from SAP, with data from the Capital Projects system below it.

Over on the bottom right – perhaps just off your screen – is some pump comparison data and a link to the Shift Log system. This allows the Asset Management team quick access to review any maintenance activity the shift teams are carrying out.

Plant Reliability KPIs

Clicking on the Maintenance Failures table in the Asset Management Overview page opens a sub-tab showing plant reliability KPIs:

Sabisu Asset Management data drill down

Each of the Monthly Maintenance graphs shows the following data for each component:

  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)  targets
  • measured MTBF
  • the number of maintenance activities carried out
  • the target number of maintenance activities planned for that type of component

The Motor Maintenance chart is different; the electric drive systems graph shows most of the relevant data so there’s a separate count for motor maintenance activity for each plant.

Shift Log data is also shown on each page so that shift data can be quickly accessed – it’s off to the bottom right.

Finally…

Enjoy!

And do drop us a line either on the platform, or in comments below.

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