Uptake Releases Next Generation, AI-Enabled APM Solution

October 12, 2018 Laura Dolan

Uptake presents its next release of Uptake APM, redefining the Asset Performance Management (APM) category expanding on what was formerly known as Asset Perform. Uptake APM will be on display at IOT Solutions World Congress, October 16-18 in Barcelona (Booth #D470).

Uptake APM will include three core modules:

PREVENT

To improve maintenance strategies with data-backed action plans, determining why, where and how assets might fail using root-cause analysis, failure mode and effects analysis, and historical work order data.

MONITOR

Overseeing all assets to make the best maintenance decisions for businesses by capitalizing on recommendations based on real-time asset conditions plus historical asset data.

PREDICT

Revealing new operational efficiencies by making proactive maintenance decisions based on predictive insights. Asset-centric and fleet-wide visualizations show how KPIs impact businesses.

“AI and IoT are foundational to true digital transformation of industries, and Uptake APM is the fastest way for asset-intensive industrial companies to get started, save money and increase revenues,” said Ganesh Bell, president of Uptake. “Our unique combination of purpose-built platform + apps + curated data is helping customers go beyond legacy APM to ecosystems of connected assets and operations that continuously learn and get smarter.”

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