IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF MAINTENANCE PROCESS IN MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS USING INDUSTRY 4.0 TOOLS
Keywords:TPM, predictive maintenance, executable Digital Twin, ; OEE
In ever bigger quest to maximal efficiency, this article wants to show a route for Total Production Maintenance (TPM) at maximal efficiency. By bringing the digital twin into the real world, this essay wants to show how a digital twin can be used as a reliable basis for controlling the running line. But before the digital twin can be used at its maximal potential, a common ground must be defined not only in calculating Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), but also in categorizing TPM tasks according to 3 factors of OEE. The paper outlines the foundations of a new concept that has not been applied in practice.
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