Use Case: Implementation of NERPA EAM for Industrial Metrology in Power Producing Companies

Managing assets, controlling metrological operation and gauge calibration is a complex task requiring much time and consolidated efforts of skilled personnel. In addition, automating metrological operation presumes creating and dispatching different reports for internal enterprise structures and regulatory organizations, depending on local law and regulatory standards. Specialized software for metrological operations automates all these processes to help employees, eliminate human errors, automate time and job management and so on.

This case tells about implementing NERPA EAM software for asset management, gage calibration and metrological management onto power-producing companies.

The Goal of Implementation

As mentioned before, the main goal of implementing NERPA EAM to power producing companies is an automation of as much routine operations as possible, providing complete control over all metrological activities. Due to automation, NERPA EAM allows increasing efficiency of all corresponding jobs, as well as simplifies control over spare parts, expendables and funds, planning work time and creating different documentation. An additional advantage is a possibility to import gauge data kept previously on an enterprise in different popular formats directly into the NERPA EAM database.

Key Advantages of NERPA EAM Software

The specialists of metrological sections appreciate NERPA EAM for some principal advantages, including:
  • Importing previously created gage databases from other programs
  • Versatile workspace configuration without rigid link of a client side to a particular computer
  • Role-based data model, allowing reducing risks of data leaks and stress from redundant data
  • High adaptability and reconfiguring potential for every particular customer

Typical Results of Program Implementation

Implementing NERPA EAM software onto practice of several enterprises in an area of power production allows telling surely that this program complete all its declared missions. Among the most evaluated results of implementation are such things as:
  • Reducing time to creating gauge calibration reports;
  • On-time reporting about a particular gage during inventory inspections;
  • Creating and supporting a unified gage database on an enterprise;
  • Clear and quick information about location, status and dependencies of each gauge, employee or subdivision of a metrological section.
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