13-Mar, 14:30 - 15:30
How to leverage technologies to operationalise sustainability
Presentations by Michael Wang and Paul Lee from IBM Australia
Achieving sustainability in asset-intensive operations involves a holistic approach encompassing energy efficiency, resource management and technological innovation. Firstly, optimising energy usage through the adoption of energy-efficient technologies and practices significantly reduces the environmental footprint of operations. Incorporating renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power, reduces reliance on natural resources, enhancing long-term sustainability.
In addition, implementing condition-based and predictive maintenance technologies extend asset life, reduce downtime and ensure optimal asset performance. Visibility and tracking of sustainability and asset-condition metrics provide the decision support resources need for key asset repair, refurbish or replace decisions. This not only optimises resource consumption but promotes operational efficiency.
In this session, we will share how you can leverage technologies – to help capture key sustainability metrics that can drive changes in energy sources; and asset performance to achieve your sustainability goals across your operations.
With technology, sustainability is not only possible, but also achievable.