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Category: Reliability Centered Maintenance

Aladon expands cutting-edge asset management and reliability solutions; announces new software development office in South Africa

Posted on: April 2nd, 2020 by Aladon

Aladon, a global asset management thoughtware company announces the addition of a new office in South Africa designed to develop asset management software. The software works seamlessly with the Aladon methodologies. The goal for the global leader in reliability centered maintenance is to expand into software development as a continued commitment to deliver high quality,
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Rethinking N+1 redundancy design guidelines in the public utility industry

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by Aladon

How often do we challenge long accepted design practices, especially in the utility industries such as power, water and wastewater? In order to do so, we must look outside public utilities and apply lessons from other industries. Airline and auto industries are two that rely less on redundancy by focusing on increasing the reliability of
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South Korea Welcomes RCM3™

Posted on: October 9th, 2019 by Aladon

Considered the most wired and educated country in the world by CNN, 82.7 percent of South Koreans are connected to the Internet and 98 percent of the population receives a high school education. However, in the realm of asset management, the Asian country is not as advanced. Dr. Gang-Min Lim, PhD, CEO, Asset Technology Group,
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Beyond OEM Recommended Maintenance: Take Control of Your Maintenance Through RCM3

Posted on: July 28th, 2019 by Aladon

Asset managers and maintainers are, by nature, a risk averse bunch of people. And why wouldn’t they be? One poor decision can result in consequences ranging from the merely costly to the fatally disastrous, often with an added layer of spectacularly bad publicity to top it off. When names like Chernobyl, Deepwater Horizon and Piper
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3 Ways to Create a Culture of Reliability in Your Organization

Posted on: June 3rd, 2019 by Aladon

Many senior managers initially support the idea of reliability. Who wouldn’t?! But these same individuals mistakenly think this is an easy fix that they can do on their own or that can be bought and then installed. When that doesn’t happen, these same managers will give up on a reliability plan before the organization makes
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