For the first time in Wels, MAINTENANCE Austria 2013 will offer visitors the entire spectrum of maintenance services from inspection and monitoring through to preventive and corrective maintenance. The show presents an integrated overview of products, solutions and services for industrial operators who are looking to optimise their production process.
Going far above and beyond routine upkeep and repairs, maintenance has long become an important tool for improving production processes. In fact, today’s main maintenance concern is ensuring uninterrupted operation of production facilities through continuous monitoring and control, so that preventive service activities can be ideally timed and scheduled. The data from these measures are utilised not only in networked production environments, but also for further streamlining operations and increasing efficiency.
On display at MAINTENANCE Austria 2013 will be applications and solutions for boosting the cost-effectiveness of production processes through value-added maintenance and interdisciplinary technologies such as drive systems, mechatronics, and fluidics.