Condition Monitoring & Analysis System (CMAS)

Dedicated Smart Online Monitoring and Analysis

ITR’s smart Condition Monitoring and Analysis System (CMAS) technology is a permanently installed, intelligent, continuous monitoring system with worldwide expert analysis services. CMAS is not only part of an asset’s brain, it is also the healthcare professional with the expertise to identify problems before they occur and the direct-line access to the most experienced data analysts in the world.

ITR’s Real Time Solution

ITR’s CMAS is comprised of several elements: Monitoring and Supervising Nodes, sensors (wired and wireless), cabling, and local and web-based monitoring and analysis applications.  The system combines the latest in supervised and unsupervised AI and machine learning algorithms with expert analysis to provide the highest standard in monitoring and analysis solutions. 

ITR analysis experts configure and commission each system for its unique operating conditions.   Each individual system provides real-time continual monitoring of critical drivetrains, including drive through driven assemblies.  The CMAS monitors vibration and ultrasonics, as well other critical asset parameters that typically include temperatures, speeds, product types, etc., and the interaction of these variables.  Processed data is both analyzed by the CMAS using AI, as well as presented to ITR experts and site maintenance and reliability teams for analysis.  In addition to analyzing routine and exception data, ITR experts take responsibility for ensuring the system works effectively over time and working with site maintenance professionals to plan timely maintenance activities.

ITR CMAS are ideally suitable for the following condition monitoring and analysis applications:

  • Complex, high-value, high risk assets with variable load and speed operating conditions
  • Where reliable connectivity and communications processes are essential
  • All ranges of operating speeds, but particularly for high-speed and very slow-speed equipment where ultrasonics and other advanced vibration analysis methods are beneficial (i.e. where traditional vibration analysis methods may be less effective)
  • Where continual data acquisition, processing, and assessment are necessary for identifying potential failure modes common to particular asset profiles
  • Where mill/plant inputs significantly improve analytics for discerning extreme variations in asset operating conditions
  • When the results of real-time data and information processing (feature data and information from the CMAS) are required by operators in pulpits/control rooms
  • Extremely harsh environments requiring industrial grade components

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