News | Aug 24, 2021 | Christine Furey
Optimize Your Operations
Arora Engineers, Inc. (Arora) was featured in an article by Airport Business Magazine entitled “Optimize Your Operations,” in which we discuss the various ways that Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Systems can be a powerful tool for airports.
The purpose of an EAM system is to allow an organization to plan, execute, optimize, and track any needed maintenance activities with the associated priorities, skills, materials, tools and information. Airports can implement these EAM systems to compile and synthesize all of the disparate smart data they are collecting to optimize their operations. EAM systems can also connect and provide a true feedback loop between a building’s Digital Twin and IoT building systems.
Brian Benedict, Development Director, Enterprise Solutions at Arora Technology Group, LLC, goes on to explain how these systems help Airports establish maintenance best practices while also reducing maintenance costs, ensuring regulatory compliance with FAA requirements, managing safety systems, and increasing sustainability through improved asset energy utilization and conservation. “EAM systems have become popular, powerful tools for airports seeking to streamline their operations. These solutions often exist in the cloud and combine the systems, software and services used to maintain the physical assets of an organization throughout each asset’s lifecycle,” Benedict said.
The right EAM system captures IoT data and uses it to direct Facilities Maintenance operations both at the leadership and the technician level through an advanced mobile work order management system. With an integrated asset management system, aviation facility managers are able to coordinate and optimize management. Steve Bisch, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions, goes on to list the other benefits airports will see when implementing an EAM system. These benefits include implementing effective equipment-based maintenance schedules to reduce downtime, managing work order processes to ensure on-time delivery, improving the overall warehouse and inventory management, enhancing customer satisfaction from improved performance and control of product or service delivery to the required standards, and more.
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