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GE Powers Atlanta monitoring and diagnostic center is already used by customers, who tap into GEs monitoring services and data science to spot equipment issues and act. The center receives more than 200 billion data notifications from one million sensors in the field across 5,000 power plant assets globally.
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ByLarry DignanforBetween the LinesOctober 3, 2017 — 11:45 GMT (19:45 GMT+08:00)Topic:Internet of Things
Scott Bolick, GE Powers head of software strategy and product management, said the APM deployment will happen in the fourth quarter. This will be the largest APM deployment and largest industrial IoT use case, said Bolick.
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By rolling out APM to its monitoring and diagnostic center, it will be able to tap into utility sensor data around the world for more predictive abilities.
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Using its own Predix software allows GE Digital to scale its software and learn from all the IoT sensors in these global power plants.
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GE Digital said its Predix Asset Performance Management software will be used to power its monitoring and diagnostic center, which tracks the health of more than 600 power plants around the world.
GE Powers efforts come at an interesting time for the company. As a new CEO — John Flannery — takes the helm, analysts have questioned whether GE should spin off its digital unit and look for ways to cut costs. Flannery has said GE is committed to its digital efforts.
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The broad rollout of GEs Asset Performance Management (APM) software serves a bevy of purposes:
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The returns on industrial Internet of things as well as IoT in general is predictive maintenance and eliminating downtime. By scaling, GE Digital into markets such as Africa, the company can aggregate emerging market information.
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GE Digital is also launching Monitoring and Diagnostics as a service. The service will enable customers to implement APM across power assets and then aggregate data. The customer will own the data, but can share for benchmark data from GE Power. The customers own their data. If there is an outcome guarantee, we get the data to provide that service, explained Bolick. If APM is deployed by itself, the customer decides whether to share the data.
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The formation of GE Digital confirms what has been obvious. GE is on an analytics and Internet of things collision course with IBM and others.