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IBM Maximo Product Roadmap 2016

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Maximo has traditionally been a very powerful maintenance management tool, but with pressures from a new younger workforce and competing products, there are a lot of new and exciting investment areas coming up for 2016.

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IBM Maximo Product Roadmap 2016

  1. 1. 1 Maximo Product Update UKI Maximo User Group Lisa Stuckless – Maximo Offering Manager September, 2016
  2. 2. Please Note 2 • IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. • Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. • The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. • The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. • Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here.
  3. 3. Transforming industries with insights gained from the Internet of Things
  4. 4. 4 The Internet of Things is driving digital disruption of the physical world Accelerating technology advances And transforming every part of business Advanced analytics Creating new products and business models Improving operations and lowering costs Driving engagement and customer experience Pervasive connectivity Embedded sensors Cloud computing Product Lifecycle Management
  5. 5. 5 Clients are seeking outcomes from IoT Operational performance Customer experience Industry transformation Environmental leadership Asset performance
  6. 6. 6 The IBM Watson IoT portfolio aligns to business goals Factories Facilities Mgmt Asset Performance Connected Products Predictive Maintenance Health & Safety Operations Product Development Industry IoT Solutions IBM Watson IoT Platform Build Solve Transform Asset Management
  7. 7. What’s the value of IoT and Maximo? It’s still all about: ü Reducing Unplanned Downtime ü Minimizing Asset Failures ü Maximizing use of Resources ü Increase Asset Reliability ü Reduce Inventory Costs ü Safety & Risk Management 7 With increased efficiency and improved ability to achieve these goals!
  8. 8. Portfolio Update
  9. 9. Maximo Product Portfolio 2016 9 Maximo for Oil & Gas Maximo for Utilities Maximo for Nuclear Maximo for Life Sciences Maximo for Transportation Add-on Solutions Mobility Core Solutions Industry Solutions Maximo Asset Management Maximo Scheduler Maximo Health Safety & Environment Mgr HS&E Maximo Anywhere Maximo Linear Asset Manager Maximo Asset Management (SaaS) Maximo Archiving Maximo Calibration Maximo Spatial Maximo Service Provider (managed & internal) Maximo Asset Configuration Manager Spatial Maximo Adapter for Oracle Mobile SCADA (SCHAD) CalCal Everyplace ISM Library downloads ECRI Integration BIM Integration Anywhere Mobile Applications Maximo for Aviation Maximo Asset Management Flex (SaaS) Maximo Asset Health Insights Maximo Asset Management Fundamentals (SaaS) Maximo Adapter for SAP
  10. 10. Maximo Asset Management 7.6 10 Delivering best of class asset management capabilities for industry transformations, improved user experience with product usability and navigation, and advanced analytical capabilities based on Cognos Enterprise and the latest BIRT reporting solution. • Data driven insights driving business improvement. • Improved Insights through Dashboards, reporting and key performance indicators. • Access to Cognos Enterprise 10.2.1. • Extending capabilities to increase resource utilization and usability • Crew management, Open Map API • Mobile capabilities through embedded Everyplace Track the operation, maintenance and disposal of assets in asset-intensive industries.
  11. 11. 11 Maximo Roadmap Utilities Asset Health Insights Asset Health Insights Anywhere Scheduler Maximo Feature Pack Scheduler Plus Oil & Gas / HSE Spatial Linear Aviation Maximo Feature Pack Anywhere Scheduler Plus Utilities Spatial Nuclear Nuclear Worker Safety Maximo Feature Pack Asset Health Insights Maximo Feature Pack Aviation Service Provider Scheduler ACM H1 H2Q3 Q4Q2 2016 2017Continuous Delivery for On-Premises and SaaS Notice: IBM s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion.
  12. 12. 12 Maximo High-level Roadmap Notice: IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Maximo • Budgeting • Work Center/New UX • Inspections • Location Services Maximo Add-on’s • Field Workforce Mgmt • Advanced Scheduling with weather Maximo SaaS • Additional add-on’s Maximo Anywhere •Additional applications • Updated UI & Technical platform Maximo IoT • Enhanced Asset Health Insights Maximo •Asset Reliability •Additional Work Center/UX Potential Industries or Markets • Telco • Healthcare • DOT Maximo Industry Solutions • Updates to meet industry requirements Maximo Anywhere • New and enhanced applications Maximo IoT • Drone Integration • Cognitive applications Maximo R7.6.x • Asset Depreciation • BIM Maximo Industry Solutions R7.6.x • Aviation • Utilities Maximo Add-on’s •Scheduler •Spatial/Linear Maximo SaaS • Add-on’s & Flex Maximo Anywhere • Asset Mgmt, Calibration Maximo IoT • Asset Health Insights • Watson Analytics Maximo • Hazardous Materials Mgmt • Virtualization/3D Maximo Add-on’s • Anywhere applications New Industries/markets •Marine •others Maximo SaaS • Additional add-on’s Maximo Anywhere • New and enhanced applications Maximo IoT • Remote Service Management Maximo • Customer and Market driven enhancements New Industries or Markets • Mining • others Maximo Industry Solutions • Updates to meet industry requirements Maximo Anywhere • New and enhanced applications Maximo IoT • On going advancements
  13. 13. What’s New?
  14. 14. Investment Areas for 2016-2017 Asset Health Insights Watson Analytics Feature Packs Building Information Model (BIM) Scheduler Plus New User Interface / Experience Location Based Services/ Field Workforce Management Worker Safety Industry Solution Focus Notice: IBM s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. DELIVEREDCOMINGSOONFUTURE Ongoing 14
  15. 15. 15 Understanding current condition alone, is not enough… Sensor data Real time and Historical Maximo Asset Information Asset Health Condition data is enhanced when combined with contextual information to give a more perfect picture of Asset Health • Real time sensor data from the equipment via individual sensors (add-on or embedded) • Real time sensor data or alerts from SCADA systems • Historical trends of sensor data from historian or other data repository • Inspection data that might include measurements, observations, photos gathered manually or from mobile devices • Maintenance history of the asset • Related information: environmental (temp, humidity, etc.), weather, usage, output
  16. 16. 16 Today there are multiple sources and systems for assessing asset health SCADA Enterprise (Homegrown System) Maximo RPM (Renewal Planning Model – 3rd party))
  17. 17. 17 IBM Maximo Asset Health Insights Designed with Reliability Engineers in mind Subscribe to warnings and notifications for response to Asset issues prior to failure Define Asset Health using data from many sources including Maximo and Real-time Remaining useful life Maintenance and failure history Asset Condition based on real time and historical information Leverage Historical Weather as a Key Element in determining Asset Health Minimize unnecessary maintenance based on Asset Health score Insights to determine repair vs. replace Available now
  18. 18. • Contextualizes device data • Monitors streaming data to detect situations • Filters the data for analysis by Maximo Users • Stores data for further analysis IBM Watson IoT Platform 3 Historical sensor data Real time filtered data from automation systems2 4 Historical weather data IBM Maximo Asset Health Insights • Enables Immediate action and/or • Provides engineers with rich set of sensor and asset data to determine proper course of action • Visibility into asset condition, from asset lifecycle perspective • Consolidates Asset data, historical and real-time, including data from external data systems, weather data, etc. • Advanced dashboard view enables proactive asset and maintenance decisions 1 Real Time data from low cost add-on sensors 18 How IoT information is used within Maximo Asset Health Insights
  19. 19. 19 Customizable Work Center for Reliability Engineers Consistent look and interface with Maximo 7.6 Work Centers
  20. 20. 20 Drill into Specific Contextual Data for Assets Meter ReadingsAsset detail
  21. 21. Maximo condition triggers can be enhanced with Schad Automation link to SCADA Systems 21 • Software product that provides connectivity to Control Systems (SCADA, PLC, BMS) via a wide range of industry standard protocols such as OPC, BacNet, etc. • Enables mapping of sensors to assets in Maximo • Allows data from control systems to be sent to Maximo’s Condition Monitoring module • Includes MQTT Integration to enable: • Use of IBM MessageSight for efficient and secure remote site connectivity • Collection of data on the IBM Watson IoT Platform application development environment • Ability to define simple rules for notifications or for creating Maximo work orders/service requests Reduces need for physical inspections or meter readings Rapid connection of SCADA information into Maximo Data can be used for trend analysis to optimize preventive maintenance Highly scalable, capable of measuring millions of data points across multiple sites
  22. 22. IBM Watson Analytics 22 Fully Automated Intelligence Natural Language Dialogue Guided Analytic Discovery Single Analytics Experience Self-service analytics capabilities in the cloud
  23. 23. Watson Analytics 2.0 … Data > Discover > Display 23 Move beyond single data source Share your discoveries with others Uncover Information you would never know about Understand your data quality Free Online Training at http://bigdatauniversity.com/
  24. 24. Watson Analytics - Data 24 Introducing new data sources, data joining, and improved data quality
  25. 25. Watson Analytics - Discover 25 Discover the influencers of your data using natural language
  26. 26. Watson Analytics - Display 26 Use dashboards and infographics to display your results
  27. 27. Watson Analytics can be used with ANY Maximo Release 27 Export data from Maximo in csv format - Application QBE - Application Download - QBR reporting - Enterprise reports - Result Sets (starting in 7.6.0.4/March, 2016) OR connect Watson to your Maximo database Import Maximo data set into Watson 1 2
  28. 28. Maximo Business Analyst Work Center – 7.6.0.5 June, 2016 28 Maximo to Watson Integration Intuitive User Interface Targets Specific User Persona
  29. 29. Maximo to Watson Analytics Integration! 29 7 Pre-Configured Data Sets and Seamless Export to Watson Analytics!
  30. 30. Maximo with Watson Analytics Recorded Demos 30 https://ibm.biz/BdrbrN
  31. 31. Introducing - Scheduler Plus! 31 Weather integration • Incorporate weather data into planning/scheduling and dispatching • Weather alerts / notifications Appointment scheduling • Make customer appointments within a schedule window • Customer notifications – cancel / reschedule Managing large projects • Dependencies across work orders and tasks • Highlight critical path, backward pass, % complete Dynamic dispatching • Auto refresh, re-optimization based on real-time progress • Incorporate real-time traffic conditions The information on the new product is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on the new product is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on the new product is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. . Advanced work management solution, built on top of Maximo Scheduler
  32. 32. Maximo Updates
  33. 33. • Feature Packs include cumulative bug fixes (APARs) and new functional enhancements. • Quicker access to functionality – no longer have to wait 2-3 years before enhancement would be released. • Avoid investment needed for major upgrade 33 Maximo 7.6 Feature Packs 7.6.0.4 Mar 18/2016 7.6.0.5 Jun 23/2016 7.6.0.x 4Q/2016 7.6.0.x 1Q/2017 • Direct print applet replacement • Download result set from Start Center • Enhanced federated MBO support • Watson ready file export • Certification: Dojo 1.10, JRE 1_8_66, Chrome 47, Firefox 38FP6, Oracle EBS 12.2.5 • Work Centers • Reduce downtime after DB2 password change • MIF Authorization Improvements • Apply user time zone to Asset Downtime Calendar • Knowledge Center for Documentation by default instead of Eclipse • Certifications: JRE 1.8.0.77 Oracle EBS 12.2.5, RHEL 7.1 LE, JDK 8 (Server Side), Firefox 45 • Workflow Canvas Applet replacement • Cognos 11 support • Additional Work Centers • BIM support in core • License Tracking Features • Full Applet replacement • Certifications: WebSphere 9 with JDK 1.8, WebLogic 12.2.x with JDK 1.8, DB2 11.1, Cognos 11, jTDS • Asset Topology Applet replacement • Dynamic Job Plans • Asset Budget Tracking • Time Zone considerations in PM Generation • Additional Work Centers for Inspections, Supply Chain • Additional Certifications Notice: IBM s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion.
  34. 34. 34 Building Information Model Integration What’s Included? Benefits of Maximo for BIM Integration § Accelerated schedules and reduced costs on transfer of the building data at the hand-over/commissioning stage § Availability and accuracy of building information will allow efficient operation, maintenance and communication § 3D viewer integration provides efficient operations, reduced risks and operational costs and rich context by providing accurate graphical representation of the assets § Lays foundation for future IoT related offerings based on digital asset lifecycle management and visualization BIM will be available in Maximo feature pack 7.6.0.6 COBie data import APIs for 3D BIM Viewer integration Maximo extensions for BIM data
  35. 35. A New User Experience - Our Three Objectives 35 1 2 3Simple Innovative Responsive What if there was a simpler way of doing things with Maximo? What if we pulled information and actions out of our apps and made them relevant to users at the moment they need them? What if users had the same experience no matter what device they held in their hands?
  36. 36. Evolution of the Maximo User Experience What we’ve been hearing… “Our younger users have higher expectations around usability” “When are you going to modernize Maximo?” “When is the next technology shift coming?” Our approach… • Provide new process focused way to interact with Maximo through Work Centers • Meet technical requirements: Perceptive, Responsive, Stateless, Touch enabled • Respond to existing usability/administrative enhancement requests 36
  37. 37. Maximo Work Centers Role Based Offering Perceptive, Stateless, Responsive applications for a more intuitive user experience. • With continuous delivery new Work Centers will be made available that work in conjunction with 7.6 • Target key user types and processes Service Request Work Center Focus: Creating and viewing SRs. Quote: “Where is my SR I created yesterday and when will it be resolved.” Business Analyst Work Center Focus: Analyzing data to best Manage Assets Quote: “What will I investigate today to help improve operation and user performance” Inspection, Supply Chain, Cost View, Worker Safety 37 IntuitiveInteractiveData Driven
  38. 38. 38 Service Request Work Center • Guided SR creation that makes it easy for end-users to report issues. • Customizable steps • Avoid duplicate records by suggesting and following similar SRs • Uses ticket templates in a way to pre-define issue and classify the record • Searchable SR history • Easy attachment of pictures of the problem.
  39. 39. Why consider the move to cloud… 39 License Flexibility •Several user options in subscription pricing •Select the right license option for each user •Quickly scale up or down according to need Organizational Productivity •New Versions = New sources of Savings •Anytime, Anywhere •Allow more business professionals access to critical data more often On-Premise • Higher Risk of not fully utilizing the license • Having the wrong user with the wrong license (not fit for purpose) On-Premise • High hardware costs to handle business complexity • Requires heavy Admin assistance for basic processes • Lack of IT resource to support the Application On-Premise • Can get “stuck” in older version due to configurations • Requires IT Intervention to include new “Best Practices” • IT overload/unable to move to newest versions Main Drivers Pain Point Benefit Lower Cost Reduced Overall Costs • Reduce infrastructure costs by moving to Cloud • Shift large up-front purchase to regular payments Flexible Subscription Pricing Continuous Delivery of New Capabilities
  40. 40. Maximo Bridge to Cloud program 40 Become more agile with Cloud! • Move On-Prem licenses to SaaS - Program allows Maximo clients to re-purpose Support dollars for a new Maximo SaaS subscription • Get dual entitlement without dual payments - Retain Support for current On-Premise implementations while making the transition to SaaS • Ideal way to experiment with SaaS - Allows gradual move to SaaS model, start small and expand when ready • Do you like it? - At end of subscription period, you can continue with SaaS - Or revert back to on-prem with no reinstatement charges To learn more, watch this short video on Bridge Cloud, listen to this 5-minute webinar overview or visit IBM’s website on the program
  41. 41. Maximo SaaS Offering Landscape Flexibility to Customize Instance PriceandTimeto Implementation Maximo SaaS Fundamentals Maximo SaaS Maximo SaaS Flex • Focus on standardization and Ease-of-Use • Centered on basic use cases Limited # users • Multi-tenant • Supported by DevOps • Core functionality in a SaaS model • Configuration tools • Single Tenant • Supported by DevOps • Combines convenience of SaaS with flexibility of customization • Customer/Partners have full access to Dev environment • Work with CDS on Test and Production Appeals to smaller, less mature users Appeals to more advanced EAM users looking for SaaS delivery model Appeals to partners and advanced customers who want to customize their SaaS image 41
  42. 42. Maximo Industry Solutions & Add-on’s
  43. 43. Mobile continues to explode in the enterprise 43 2014 2016 2018 (2014) 60% of large companies used 3 or fewer mobile apps1 The number of custom mobile apps will double compared to 20142 The number of enterprise mobile apps is expected to quadruple3 More than half of b2e apps will be created by the enterprise6 85% of companies have a mobile backlog of up to 20 app4 Mobile app development will out number PC projects 4:15
  44. 44. 44 Maximo Anywhere Broadening the scope of asset information provided to the mobile user to enable sound decision making. • Built on Market leading IBM MobileFirst Platform • Works Across Major OS and Devices: iOS, Android, Windows • Applications: Work Management, Asset Management, Inventory Management, Calibration • Features & Capabilities: Online / Offline Maps, Barcode / QR / RFID Scan, Attachments, Voice to Text, Error Handling, GPS Capture, eSignature, Real Signature, Push Notifications • Seamless connected and disconnected support Improving the efficiency of the work management with mobility.
  45. 45. Maximo Spatial and Linear Asset Management 45 • Ability to view all asset types within Maximo on a map for increased visibility and access to the data for impactful decisions. • More accurate spatial picture of asset condition, improving productivity and efficiencies. • Opportunity to streamline business processes and customer relationships to improve business performance and results. Bringing location awareness to the end user for better decision making. Technicians can utilize Spatial and Linear together on a map gaining greater efficiencies in work planning and improved decision-making resulting in a reduction of operational expenses.
  46. 46. Maximo for Utilities 7.6 46 A solution that offers integrated work and asset management including Compatible Unit Estimating (CUE), meter management and GIS. Improve the adherence to the design and construction business processes by allowing project managers to re-estimate the designs made in parallel with the work. For example, allow ‘in progress’ changes for CU estimates during work execution. Improving operational efficiencies and streamlining CU work execution.
  47. 47. Field Workforce Management 47 Scheduler/Scheduler Plus • Plan and schedule appointments • Forecast and schedule work • Optimization of work via resource leveling or capacity planning Planning of Work Field Workforce Assignment of WorkMapping of Work Completion of Work Scheduler • Monitor and optimize resource assignment based on geolocation, craft, skill • Real-time communication with field workforce Spatial/Anywhere • Optimization of work route on an Esri/Google/Bing map along with turn-by turn directions displayed on a mobile device. Anywhere • Technician receives work orders in the field. • Provides real-time status updates to dispatcher and the back-office.
  48. 48. 48 Health, Safety and Environment A solution that manages complexity and risk by enabling increased visibility and automation across digital and physical infrastructures. • Permit to Work capability allows customers to replace custom PTW system • Audits & Surveys improve compliance and facilitate assessment of cumulative operational risk • Preparation Activities & Certifications capabilities allow a much wider range of business processes • Location Profiles support better operational and HSE decision making Ability to report all incidents spanning work, personnel, safety, health and environmental areas.
  49. 49. Maximo Worker Safety 49 Provide an end-to-end offering to detect worker and plant anomalies that will trigger an alert to protect the personal wellness and safety of workers. Offering will incorporate wearables, industrial and environmental sensors, Edge technology, Weather Event Alerts & Notifications, Watson IoT Platform, Watson Analytics, and Maximo O&G or HSE add-on solution. Protecting the personal wellness and safety of workers. Future
  50. 50. Maximo for Aviation 50 A solution that provides aviation organizations with features to schedule and manage aircraft maintenance to maintain regulatory compliance and minimize periods when an aircraft is grounded. • For management of rotary and fixed wind aircraft maintained by commercial or government organizations. • Reduce aircraft turn-around time. • Rules based solutions to ensure the correct software and hardware configuration at all times. • Better utilization of technicians and facilities by using analytics driven scheduling. • Improved aircraft resale value by maintaining of asset repair history. Managing some of the most complex assets on the planet.
  51. 51. Proposal to announce End of Market for 7.5 in April 2017, End of Support in April 2018. Maximo Release Life Cycle Timeline R5.2 R6.2 R7.1 R7.5 9/10 9/13 10/03 9/09 12/06 4/12 4/155/08 9/13 4/11 R7.6 4/18 9/16 12/14 = Initial release date = EOS announce date = EOS effective date = Extended support end date 2006 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 20222008 2024 End of Service dates for R7.1/R7.2 (IT) Proposed End of Service dates for R7.54/214/17 TBD TBD 4/18 TBD 2004 Notice: IBM s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. 51
  52. 52. Resources
  53. 53. Technical Resource: Service Management Connect (SMC) Virtual Site for Communication of and Collaboration on MaximoTechnical Information http://ibm.co/nokOHc EnablesYOU to stay current with the latest technical information on Maximo, while networking with IBMers, Business Partners and other Maximo Clients! CommunitiesWikis Blogs User Forum Open Development 53
  54. 54. Free Online Training at Watson IoT Academy https://www.iot-academy.info 54
  55. 55. Site Description Short URL Wiki Detailed repository of technical information, including customization code examples http://ibm.co/YNOgjG Blogs Short articles on new product features, hot topics and technical hints/tips IBM Big Data and Analytics Hub http://ibm.co/GGGyzu http://www.ibmbigdatahub.com/ User Forum Ask, review and respond to questions on best practices, configuration and functionality features http://ibm.co/Lq0sRf Open Development Collaboration location for IBM Development and clients http://ibm.co/16dzK7m Maximo Asset Management Group Dynamic Network of over 800 Maximo clients, Business Partners and IBMers http://ibm.co/xN55sO Twitter IBM Watson IoT IBM IoT Support IBM Asset and Facilities Management hashtags https://twitter.com/IBMIoT https://twitter.com/IBMIoTSupport #Maximo #IBMeam #TRIRIGA #IBMIoT Linkedin IBM Asset and Facilities Management IBM Watson IoT https://ibm.biz/BdHTy8 https://ibm.biz/BdHTyb Social Media Information 55
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  58. 58. • Introduce the entire Maximo portfolio on version 7.6 and continue to add industry specific capabilities. Maximo 7.6 Industry Solutions & Add-on’s 58 H2 – 2015 H1 – 2016 H2 – 2016 2017 • Maximo for Aviation • New industry solution for maintaining aircraft • Maximo for Managed Service Provider • Labor based price book • Customer agreement template • Billing on demand • Maximo for Transportation • Advanced Warranty Management • Improved Depreciation • Maximo Asset Configuration Manager • Enhanced management of software assets • Enhanced configuration rules engine • Maximo Scheduler • Work Orders and PM forecasts viewed by asset/location hierarchy • PM Forecast costing • Maximo for Oil & Gas/Maximo Health Safety Environment Manager • Incident Reporting Anywhere application • Improved flow for completeness of incident related data. • Bypass Management for critical HSE systems • Templates to simplify recurring Certification processing • Maximo Spatial (GA March 18) • Migrate 7.5.x functionality to 7.6 platform • Update to the latest ArcGIS technology • ArcGIS Online / ArcGIS Portal • Synchronization between Maximo and ArcGIS • One Maximo Map Control • Maximo Health Safety Environment Manager Content Pack • Role Specific content delivered through ISM Library • Start Centers • Result Sets/KPI’s • Workflow • Maximo for Aviation • Additional capability for military customers • Enhanced flight log book • Maximo Scheduler • New graphical engine eliminates applet dependency • Significant usability enhancements • Maximo Asset Health Insights • Map Sensor data to assets • Define simple Asset Health rules • Display asset health on map or in list • Enable key actions (Open WO, Schedule PM, Notify, etc) • Connect sensors to Watson IoT Platform • Maximo Spatial/Maximo Linear • New Linear Visual Control • Ability to display/create/update/delete linear assets via a Spatial map. • Display Linear objects on a map • Mapping support on Anywhere • Maximo for Utilities • CUE in progress work enhancements • Maximo Scheduler Plus • Weather related data • Appointments/Qualifications • Performance Improvements • Weather informed dispatching • Maximo for Oil & Gas/Maximo Health Safety Environment Manager • Ability to provide operational data during maintenance activities. • Perceptive Applications? • Self-Service Incident Reporting • Investigations FMECA Enhancements • Action Tracking Enhancement • Control of Work/ Permitting • Maximo Nuclear • Migrate to 7.6 platform • Clearances Enhancements. • Duty Stations Enhancements. • PM Scheduling Enhancements. • Inspection Terms for Supply Chain. • WO and PM Feedback, and PM Change Requests. • Maximo for Utilities • Meter Management enhancements • Maximo Spatial / Maximo Linear • Ability to split/merge linear assets via a Spatial map • Maximo Scheduler Plus • Deeper Weather based scenarios • Conditional Job plans • Network Dependencies across work orders • Weekly/Monthly Planning buckets • Maximo Asset Health Insights • Leverage more advanced analytics including integration with predictive analytics (PMQ), Watson • Leverage asset criticality • Include support for maintenance supervisor Notice: IBM s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal at IBM s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion.
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