“Maintenance software expands its applications” is a comprehensive look at CMMS and the technologies they can connect to
Here is a small excerpt from the story:
As devices and equipment connected with the internet of things proliferate, there will be a change in the amount of data flowing into CMMSs, according to Rich Sable, product manager at EQ2.
“By using AI, the software will become more predictive and work assignments more proactive,” Sable says. “This new data will be used by CMMSs to automatically order parts and notify technicians when to perform service.” He adds that CMMSs will be able to “learn” the maintenance patterns and create new schedules based on that data.
Read more on CMMS for Healthcare Facilities from the digital version of the story in Health Facilities Management Magazine.