Leverage Operational Data for Immediate Insights into Improving Plant Performance
Leveraging the value of operational data for immediate insights is illustrated across typical water industry sustainability-related challenges from operational, workforce, and energy efficiencies to asset reliability and regulated environmental compliance requirements.
Copying a mentality of ‘standardization and replication’, one can swiftly adopt exception-based monitoring and automated deviation notifications associated with such ‘sustainability’ based targets. This provides the systematic basis for multi-asset rollout or wider global rollout of TrendMiner, referenced across other industries.
Learn how the water and wastewater industry can use advanced analytics to enhance sustainability, improve operational performance, and increase profitability.
With a specific focus on minimizing critical equipment downtime and maximizing reliability and availability, this white paper describes the application and significant benefits TrendMiner can have in live monitoring of such pump operations in all sectors of the water industry.
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Read about using data-driven operational insights to support sustainability initiatives.
TrendMiner Dashboard shows trends of flow tags, out-of-service periods, the current value of pressure difference, power consumption, and speed or a wastewater pump. Learn more about Reducing Pump Shutdowns with Live Monitoring and Alerts.
About the Authors
Paul Blackhurst is an internationally experienced Oil & Gas process automation and engineering professional with proven major project/R&D delivery leadership/execution skills, fundamentally biased towards operational excellence from a wide range of successful past operational technical roles. Paul retains a passionate track record for driving sustainable and operable technology deployment, spanning all sectors of O&G facilities including LNG. Such passion is fundamentally underpinned by strong project management skills focussed on business bottom line impacting technologies and the essential ingredient of fostering active leadership development of people via in-role experiences.
Charlotte Fischer is a Customer Success Manager at TrendMiner where she helps companies and software users become successful with their self-service analytics programs. She previously was a project engineer at Blücher GmbH, where she specialized in water treatment with activated carbon. Charlotte earned a master’s degree in Biochemical Engineering at TU Dortmund and an MBA with a focus on Process, Quality, and Digital Change Management at FOM Cologne.