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[GE Digital also] made significant improvements to its Asset Performance Management platform (including cloud-enabled Predix APM and the on-premise version, APM Classic). LNS has long considered GE Digital the granddaddy of APM, well-aligned with our definition of APM 4.0 and vision for what we call ‘closing the reliability loop,’ whereby one moves from prescriptive to prognostic capabilities, and eventually to a learning asset management system. GE Digital is not sitting on its laurels and we would encourage existing and potential users to get an update on these developments.GE Digital also “made significant improvements to its Asset Performance Management platform (including cloud-enabled Predix APM and the on-premise version, APM Classic). LNS has long considered GE Digital the granddaddy of APM, well-aligned with our definition of APM 4.0 and vision for what we call ‘closing the reliability loop,’ whereby one moves from prescriptive to prognostic capabilities, and eventually to a learning asset management system. GE Digital is not sitting on its laurels and we would encourage existing and potential users to get an update on these developments.
When it comes to APM technology, several vendors offer functionality across multiple usage scenarios, but the reality is that more doesn’t always mean better. In fact, only two such scenarios are essential to APM: asset health monitoring and asset failure prediction. It’s here that GE Digital really rises above the rest, based on our detailed benchmark analysis they were the only APM vendor to receive a perfect score in both areas. But these aren’t the only areas in which GE Digital sets the bar high. They also received market-leading scores for integration with industrial systems, inspection planning and solution architecture (assessed in terms of the range of deployment options, the consistency of the code base and the quality of integrated workflow).
Many vendors claim they have APM but actually have only asset analytics with no direct diagnostics capabilities. Integration with critical plant management solutions, like EAM, enables true APM companies to bring together data from all equipment and OEMs across the plant and the fleet to eliminate data silos and facilitate reliability improvements, optimize O&M spend and quantify risk reduction.
As per Gartner, "Asset-intensive organizations deploy APM solutions to improve asset maintenance decision support on physical plant and equipment. However, an expanding choice of immature products complicates the path forward. CIOs can use this guide for insights on APM offerings to make informed technology decisions."
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"GE Digital purposefully puts the customer first in every pursuit, from marketing to product development. At the same time, it leverages industrial data to solve some of its customers' toughest challenges, such as enabling more renewable energy on the grid, reducing emissions, increasing plant productivity, adapting to demand, and keeping their teams safe."
—Frost & Sullivan
"GE Digital is heavily vested in supporting customers with industry leading solutions to accelerate the Energy Transition while making the electric grid more secure and resilient. We see their Grid Analytics portfolio as clear evidence of the vision and innovation necessary to address the challenges of transforming operations, improving network efficiency and reliability while reducing cost."
—Vasanth Krishnan, Senior Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
GE Digital named as 2020 Global IIoT-Based Asset Management and Optimization Customer Value Leadership Award winner.
GE Digital wins Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for Global Transmission & Distribution Grid Analytics Product Leadership.
Billions of dollars are spent each year maintaining network assets and ensuring they are cleared of encroaching vegetation. For most utilities, site inspections and vegetation management are performed as they were decades ago. However, artificial vision, particularly visual AI-based analytics, as offered by GE Digital’s Visual Intelligence solution, has the potential to transform the vegetation management paradigm. Sophisticated analysis of varied and complex datasets in a visual manner enables more predictive maintenance resulting in optimized resource allocation, reduced O&M spend alongside increased safety and network reliability.
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Asset performance management (APM) solutions can have a transformational impact on businesses in the oil and gas industry, given their ability to connect ERP systems with inventory management platforms and safety/quality protocols. Digital Twins add value to enterprise decision making, particularly as companies can be inundated with large amounts operational data. Organizations in the oil and gas industry are adopting digital twin solutions to visualize and query the past, current, or future performance of mission-critical assets.
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