Do you still plan your system maintenance with a pen and paper? It can also be done in an easier, faster and more reliable manner: with Smartenance, the digital maintenance manager. With the app, all maintenance tasks and instructions can be called up directly on the shop floor, and the maintenance status of all systems is always up-to-date. Get started now and try out Smartenance for one month for free without any strings attached.
Preventive system maintenance is a time-consuming process. However, it can also be performed in an easier, faster and more reliable manner: with Smartenance, the digital maintenance calendar.
You can use Smartenance to manage and document your maintenance tasks at the office, either as a mobile maintenance calendar with an app or with the web browser application. Intelligent user management and teamwork make your maintenance management efficient. Due to its intuitive operation, Smartenance is an easy and inexpensive introduction to digitalization.
Smartenance organizes maintenance experts to form strong teams. With the web application for production managers and maintenance personnel and the mobile app for operators, you have all relevant maintenance information available via the cloud. This allows teamwork to run smoothly.
With the web application, you can create and manage autonomous maintenance tasks conveniently from the office. You can quickly and easily call up the maintenance status of your systems and feedback from your colleagues. You can link Smartenance with other systems or initiate automated maintenance tasks via the interface. You are ideally equipped for audits with the system logbook.
You can use the web application on a PC or mobile tablet to view, assign and report current fault messages. The intelligent logbook allows you to search efficiently for similar error cases – and consequently build on existing knowledge and rectify problems specifically.
In the Smartenance app, you can access the maintenance schedule, in which all maintenance tasks, detailed instructions, images and PDFs are available in digital form. Completed tasks are simply checked off. In addition, you can use the comment function to return clear feedback to your production manager.
You can determine the scope of functions of Smartenance yourself depending on your requirements. Select a package and define the number of licenses required yourself. One license corresponds to one user of the web application or one access for a mobile device (tablet/smart phone).
Always ready to use and up to date, Smartenance is bringing maintenance management into the digital age. At the Rohrbach plant in Germany, the mobile digital maintenance manager is used, among other things, to service a system with 17 robots. The “digital logbook” transforms Smartenance into a knowledge and communication platform for your maintenance team.
One of the biggest and most complex systems that is serviced with Smartenance at the plant in Rohrbach is used for the production of different variants. Since November 2019, it has manufactured several thousand different cylinder variants in many sizes and with different strokes, from the round cylinder DSNU and the compact cylinder ADN to the standards-based cylinders DSBC, DSBF and DNC. The average production time per cylinder is 25 seconds.
A total of 17 robots are used. Several thousand different cylinder variants are manufactured on the system.
The 17 robots used in the system are regularly serviced by six employees who are responsible for a total of 120 maintenance tasks. The effort involved in documenting this massive undertaking is huge. The team relies on Smartenance for maximum reliability and efficiency in its maintenance tasks. Volker Neumüller, an employee in the Maintenance Processes division, recognized the benefits of digitalized maintenance and has been the driving force behind its use at the plant. Production managers can now define tasks more easily and quickly, and use images, videos or specific data sheets to prepare them so they are easier for employees to understand.
Volker Neumüller reports: "To ensure that Smartenance was tested on a broad basis, we defined a range of pilot systems, from a simple assembly workstation to complex production systems and assembly lines. The signs were good right from the beginning. In the mean time 106 users maintain and service 160 systems in Rohrbach and Wiebelskirchen. We continuously provide feedback for the further development of the digital tool.”Employees are constantly being trained in order to enable them as quickly as possible to service additional systems with Smartenance.