Much of America’s electrical infrastructure is somewhere between end of life and total obsolescence.
How many of your systems are nearing end of life?
Of U.S. plants are more than 20 years old*
Of legacy automation systems are reaching end of life*
Of manufacturers do not have an upgrade plan*
How much are aging systems costing industry?
The costs of legacy control and power systems is sobering…
In annual unscheduled downtime to industry
Modern systems cost a fraction to support, and offer increased reliability, connectivity and capability.
In annual power failures and quality costs
*Arc Advisory Group
What We Do
Things change as years pass by. People retire, lines are rearranged, new equipment is installed, and ultimately things are forgotten. It happens. That’s why an Installed Base Evaluation (IBE) is important, because it defines a necessary truth that enables prioritization and planning for the future.
An IBE or equipment assessment provides the blueprint for modernization.
We provide both IBEs and assessments through a combination of our in-house technicians and select manufacturer teams.
How We Do It
The actual path to “smart” does not have to be an expensive, complicated endeavor. This three-step approach follows the concept of progression: taking small steps today toward a fully enabled tomorrow.
Device Standards Planning Your Progression
Information and device-level planning templates to help you think through your requirements and set device standards.
Read a real-world IBE case study with Oreo-maker Mondelez International, Inc.
Where We Do It
IBEs can target a system, subsystem, equipment grouping (i.e. PLC cabinets) or more broad portions of the entire electrical infrastructure. We can tailor our approach to your specific scope and needs.
Once completed, you can use the IBE as a blueprint to begin planning and prioritizing upgrades, which in many cases will be very straightforward.
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