Mainpac builds information gateway for Delta Electricity
Maintenance Software, Computerised Maintenance Management (Cmm), Enterprise Asset Management
Sydney, Australia, March 20, 2013 – A new software application being piloted at Delta Electricity’s Wallerawang Power Station will allow maintenance engineers to make faster, better decisions to reduce the frequency and duration of plant outages.The Delta Electricity Information Gateway will be available on mobile devices and desktop computers, making Delta engineers significantly more productive.The project is a collaboration between the Cooperative Research Centre for Infrastructure and Engineering Asset Management (CIEAM), the University of South Australia, Queensland University of Technology, and enterprise asset management software provider Mainpac. Delta Electricity is sponsoring the pilot, which commenced in March, 2013.
The Information Gateway pilot will take place at Delta Electricity’s Wallerawang Power Station, located near Lithgow, New South Wales. The power station has a total capacity of 1,000 megawatts provided by two generating units of 500 megawatts’ capacity. The Wallerawang power station was chosen because it has high maintenance requirements and the data is configured by plant areas which enables the data to be grouped logically.
The pilot is expected to confirm that the Information Gateway saves time and cost, resulting in best decisions faster. The application will be rolled out broadly across Wallerawang and subsequently made available to other power generation enterprises following the completion of the pilot.
Asset Maintenance Software
, Asset Management System Software
, Computerised Maintenance Management (Cmm)
, Enterprise Asset Management
, Information Gateway
, Maintenance Management Software
, Maintenance Software