Wireless Applications

Aleier, MACTEC Demo Condition-Based Maintenance

October 17, 2007

Aleier demonstrates cutting edge condition-based maintenance capabilities integrated with MACTEC capital planning solution at IFMA World Workplace 2007 Conference & Expo.


PLANO, TX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Enterprise asset management (EAM) leader Aleier, Inc., a subsidiary of RF Monolithics, Inc. (RFM) (Nasdaq:RFMI), announces a joint software demonstration with engineering management experts MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc. (MACTEC) at the IFMA World Workplace 2007 Conference & Expo in the MACTEC booth # 2135 October 24–26, 2007 at the Earnest N. Memorial Convention Center in New Orleans. The joint demonstration features the Aleier FM1 EAM Suite with condition-based maintenance computerized maintenance management (CMMS) that is newly integrated with the MACTEC Vertex engineering management system (EMS).

The integrated systems provides the unique combination of CMMS utilizing data from machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless sensor networking coupled with EMS-based capital planning utilizing the operating condition data that drives maintenance management decisions. The integrated solution is a key strategy for achieving 1) "the greening" benefits of energy efficiency resulting from real-time condition-based maintenance, and 2) overall reduced operating cost derived from applying real-time operating condition-data utilized in engineering management.

The demonstration provides facilities / asset managers and maintenance management professionals with valuable information and tools for reducing costs of ownership and extending the life of assets and equipment under their management. The demonstration:

  • Features how the use of asset condition data drives O&M Planning;
  • Reviews keys to creating a defendable business case for MR&R funding;
  • Highlights the day-to-day maintenance impact on Capital Planning;
  • Covers the benefits for tying condition-based maintenance to lifecycle planning;
  • Previews the latest software solution that integrates capital planning with computerized maintenance management for a single solution across the entire enterprise.

About Aleier, Inc.
With offices in Plano, TX, Aleier has deployed Enterprise Asset Management software for over a decade in municipal, state, and federal government agencies and businesses for applications including maintenance management, fixed asset tracking, building automation and electronics control and monitoring. Aleier software provides customers the ability to utilize and manage the data they now have available, which can be collected via either a wired or wireless data collection infrastructure. Its architecture and features make it an ideal platform for developing asset management and optimization applications seen as a key opportunity within the pervasive internet space. Aleier is a wholly owned subsidiary of RF Monolithics, Inc.

About RFM
RFM, headquartered in Dallas, TX, is enabling the next generation of wireless applications with a solutions-driven, technology-enabled approach to wireless connectivity. RFM provides the connections to extend the edge of the Internet to communicate with the billions of unconnected machines through a broad range of low-power wireless solutions—from comprehensive industrial wireless sensor networks to high-performance RF components. RFM was named to M2M Magazine's "2007 M2M 100," a list of the most important and influential machine-to-machine technology providers.

About MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, MACTEC is a leading consulting firm providing engineering, environmental and construction services to over 7,000 public and private clients worldwide. Operating with 100 US offices and 3,000 employees and specialists in over 50 disciplines, MACTEC is currently ranked 29th among Engineering News-Record's top design firms, based on 2005 revenues.


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