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  • 2006 IBM Corporation

    IBM Maximo Asset Management

    2009.2

    All statements of direction or intent are provided for planning purposes only and are subject to change or withdrawal without notice

    (cbpark@kr.ibm.com)

  • 2009 IBM Corporation2 Tivoli Software

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  • 2009 IBM Corporation4 Tivoli Software

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    , IT (Hard, Software ) (Change) (Costs), (Contracts), (Purchase)/(lease)

    Lifecycle

    IT

    Plan Evaluate and Design

    Create / Procure Operate Maintain

    Modify DisposeAssetStrategy

    Land, Offices Warehouses, Retail Space, Schools, Housing, Hospitals

    Mining, Semi-Conductor, Textile, Chemical, Petroleum, Electronics, Food

    Military, Airlines, Trucking, Shipping, Railroad, Public

    Railways, Electric / Gas Distribution, Highways, Telecom, Water, Wastewater

    Computers, Routers, Networks, Software, Auto Discovery, Service Desk

  • 2009 IBM Corporation5 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    ConfigurationManagement

    ChangeManagement

    AssetManagement

    /

    IT

    IT

    ITIT

    IT

    , , , IT Maximo .

  • 2009 IBM Corporation6 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    Control

    Leadership

    Improvement

    1.Strategy

    2.Management/Organization

    3.Data Management

    4.Maintenance Tactic

    7.Running KPI

    8.AutonomousMaintenance

    9.RCM(Reliability centeredmaintenance)

    10.Process redesign

    /

    KPI Product line

    Hierarchy,, ,

    BM, TBM, CBM, PM

    MTTR/ MTBF/ M-Cost, MDT /

    6.Planning &Scheduling

    , Integration

    FLM: Partnership

    PM, FMEA , Root cause

    , , , Process,

    5.Material Management

    TCO ,

    Framework Leadership, Control Improvement

    TALM: Total asset life cycle managementBM: Breakdown MaintenanceTBM: Time Based MaintenanceCBM: Condition Based MaintenancePM: Preventive MaintenanceFLM: First Line MaintenanceMTTR: Mean Time To RepairMTBF: Mean Time Between FailureMDT: Maintenance Down TimeRCM: Reliability Centered MaintenanceFMEA: Failure Mode and Effect Analysis

  • 2009 IBM Corporation7 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

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    Operate (26%)

    Maintain (25%)

    Change (18%)

    Retire (15%)

    Acquire (4%)

    Install (2%)

    , ,

    TCO

    ROI

    - TCO

    -

    ROI

    - ROI

    30%, 5 5~30% (Gartner)

    20%

    65%

    15%80%

    20%

  • 2009 IBM Corporation8 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    Spending on ?

    Investing in ?

  • 2009 IBM Corporation9 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    R&R

    Paper Work

    Loss

    Paper Work

    Loss

  • 2009 IBM Corporation10 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    / Skill

    / Skill

    ( 10~20% )

    Lifecycle ( 10~15%)

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    () ,

    (10%~25% )

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  • 2009 IBM Corporation11 Tivoli Software

    Maximo Think Innovation

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  • 2009 IBM Corporation12 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    CostCost

    (, )

    Activity Based Cost

    Best Practice

    RFID, MES, DCS, SCADA, GIS,ERP

  • 2009 IBM Corporation13 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    -Demand forecast-Price setting-Customer service-Demand fulfillment

    Product Life cycle managementDesign controlIntellectual capital

    IT

    CPG , , , .

    13

  • 2009 IBM Corporation14 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    BOMBOM

    ()BOM

    BOM

    Data( , ,)

    Output

    Phase

    Input Data Manual Data Manual

    (Location)(Equipment) (Labor)

    (Job Plan)

    (BOM)(Specification)

    .

  • 2009 IBM Corporation15 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    /

    Hierarchy 02000

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    W14W15W16W17W18W19W20W21W22W23W24W25W26W27W28W29

    (, )

    ,

    ,

    /

    ID I/F

    100%

    Mapping (+ )

    Document

  • 2009 IBM Corporation16 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    PlannedMaintenance

    PM(PreventiveMaintenance)

    TBM(Time Based Maintenance)

    CM (Corrective Maintenance)

    PBM(Planned Breakdown Maintenance)

    EM(Emergency Maintenance)BM(Breakdown Maintenance)

    Trend

    PdM(Predictive Maintenance)CBM(Condition Based Maintenance)

    MP (Maintenance Prevention)

    P-Cost < F-Cost

    P-Cost > F-CostFMEA

    P-Cost : Preventive CostF-Cost : Failure Cost

    NoteNotePM (Preventive Maintenance) : , , , BM (Breakdown Maintenance) : CBM (Condition Based Maintenance) : TBM (Time Based Maintenance) :

    STOP

    Time

    Condition

    (The Potential Failure Curve)

    /

    P-F

    Potential Failure( ) .

    Failure Probability Time

    Failure Pattern with Condition-Based Maintenance

    (Predictive Maintenance)

    < 1 wk1-2 wk2-3 wk3-4 wk1-2 m

    o2-3 m

    o> 3m

    o

    Time Following Planned Shutdown

    0

    500

    1,000

    1,500

    2,000N

    umber of Forced O

    utages

    Thermal Power Plants

    Post-Maintenance Failures

    Time

    Failure Probability

    Failure Pattern with Time-Based Maintenance

    (Time Based Maintenance)

  • 2009 IBM Corporation17 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    Age

    A small number of random failures

    Life

    >

  • 2009 IBM Corporation18 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    A A: The Bathtub CurveHigh infant mortality, then a low level of random failure, then a wear out zone.

    4%

    B B: The Traditional ViewA low level of random failure, then a wear out zone.

    2%

    E E: Random Failure

    14%

    F F: The Reversed J curve

    68%

    C C:A steady increase in the probability of failure but with no identifiable wear out age.

    5%

    D D: 7%

    Age related 11%

    Not agerelated

    89%

    Source: Report on Reliability Centred Maintenance, Nowlan & Heap, US DoD 1978

    > 1960s 1970s

  • 2009 IBM Corporation19 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    > FMEA

    Task

    FMEA

    Data

    Task

    Cross Rail

    Table

    Chip Conveyor

    CNCPLC

    Head

    MTBF

    Data

    ()Data

    ()

    4.PLC

    1.Chip Conveyor

    Coolant()

    Lifting2.CNCDisplay

    Accessory

    I/O

    3.Cross RailClamping

    Lubrication

    Moving

    Static

    5.TableClamping

    Gear Change

    Indexing

    Lubrication

    Moving

    7.Z-axisBalancing

    Clamping

    Lubrication

    Moving

    Static

    6.X-axisClamping

    Lubrication

    Moving

    Static

    Drive

    Hydraulic

    Display

    DB Process ( FMEA)

    FMEA FMEA

    Unit #5

    Unit #1Unit #2

    Unit #3Unit #4

    No.

    :::

    System

    X-axisTable

    :

    :::

    :::

  • 2009 IBM Corporation20 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    AC MotorAC Motor RotorRotor

    StatorStator

    BearingBearing

    Cracked/Worn RotorCracked/Worn Rotor

    UnbalanceUnbalance

    Broken/Cracked Rotor Bars

    Broken/Cracked Rotor Bars

    Loose StatorLoose Stator

    Eccentric StatorEccentric Stator

    Excessive FrictionExcessive Friction

    Mechanical LoosenessMechanical Looseness

    UnbalanceUnbalance

    Rotor Bar Pass Freq.Rotor Bar Pass Freq.

    Harmonics of Line Freq.Harmonics of Line Freq.

    Eccentric StatorEccentric Stator

    Bearing DamageBearing Damage

    Lack of LubricationLack of Lubrication

    > (Proactive)

    (AC Mo

    tor Sam

    ple)

  • 2009 IBM Corporation21 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    //

    / 6 Step

    ROP / /

    ,

    BPM Workflow

  • 2009 IBM Corporation22 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    Gauge,,

    Characteristic,,

    Meter

    [ WO ]

    Upper Action

    WO

    Spec Warning

    WO

    Time

    [ CBM WO ]

    Factory floor

    Equipment A Equipment B

    /

    Spec

    Time

    Upper Action

    Upper Warning

    Lower Warning

    Lower Action

    / , Process , , .

    /

    L2

    L1

    L2

    L1

    2

    1

    4

    3

    6

    5

    ......

    (PLC)

    /

    PUMP

    Motor

    ......

  • 2009 IBM Corporation23 Tivoli Software

    Maximo

    CBM TBM

    MES/SCADA/DCS

    ERP

    /

    ()

    ,

    CMSCMS

    *CMS : Condition Monitoring System*CMS : Condition Monitoring System

    Monitoring

    (Damage Mechanism)

    PM Master Update(/ , )

    Procedure, BOM (W/O,