Aggreko

Aggreko boosts fleet monitoring capacity with INNIO

  • 17 Jun 2019

Last week saw INNIO and Aggreko announce the launch of a customised myPlant Asset Performance Management solution for real-time monitoring and diagnosis of Aggreko’s power fleet, which comprises natural gas, heavy fuel oil, diesel, renewable and battery power assets.

INNIO signed a multiyear supply agreement with Aggreko last June, to connect up to 10,000 assets to INNIO’s myPlant APM solution over the next five years. 

myPlant APM is a remote digital monitoring solution that is original equipment manufacturer agnostic and can be used across a diversified range of equipment.

Dan Ibbetson, Global Products and Technology Director of Aggreko, explains: “With the deployment of INNIO’s myPlant APM digital solution, we now have the capability to remotely monitor hundreds of thousands of sensors across our mixed fleet of power generation assets.”

With more than 100 data points being derived from each of the assets, Aggreko will be able to ensure the performance and uptime of its power plants. 

In addition to supplying power to customers in remote areas, Aggreko’s response capability also allows it to respond to emergencies of all sizes. Complementing Aggreko’s capabilities, the myPlant APM solution delivers a cloud-based monitoring and diagnostics infrastructure, providing Aggreko with the ability to remotely monitor and manage the performance of the connected reciprocating engine power plants.

Therefore, Aggreko is now able to gain the real-time intelligence needed across a larger percentage of its fleet, creating an opportunity for Aggreko to improve asset availability, reliability and operations productivity.

“We are excited to collaborate with Aggreko on their digital roadmaps by leveraging Aggreko’s deep domain knowledge and INNIO’s digital and data science expertise,” said Feilim Coyle, Services Leader of INNIO. “As Aggreko evolves to meet their end customer needs across a range of use cases, our myPlant digital solutions will support them in making better decisions to improve equipment uptime and operating costs.”

The myPlant offering uses secure, centralized cloud storage to collect data from customers’ power generation and distribution assets, regularly transmitting sensor data streams, control alarms and operational data to improve real-time monitoring capabilities.

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