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Enabling Robust Wired Condition-Based Monitoring for Industry 4.0 – Part 1

Richard Anslow and Dara O’Sullivan
Richard Anslow and Dara O’Sullivan Analog Devices, Inc.

Condition-Based Monitoring Is Essential for Realising Industry 4.0.

Government initiatives, such as Germany’s Industrie 4.0 and China’s Made in China 2025, are accelerating the trend towards ubiquitous networked automation in manufacturing. In addition, automation is being enhanced by smart sensor systems with more data available to monitor and control production processes. In particular, Made in China 2025 aims to rapidly develop high tech industries, including electric vehicles, next-generation information technology (IT) and telecommunications, and advanced robotics and artificial intelligence. With more advanced systems there is a need for more advanced ways to ensure system reliability.

Condition-based monitoring (CbM) of robotics and rotating machines, such as turbines, fans, pumps, and motors, records real-time data related to the health and performance of the machine to enable targeted predictive maintenance, as well as optimized control. Targeted predictive maintenance, early in the machine life cycle, reduces the risk of production downtime resulting in increased reliability, significant cost savings, and increased productivity on the factory floor.

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