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CMMS - A Maintenance and Summit Resource Coordination System

CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System)

The CMMS is a Maintenance and Work Coordination Process, embodied in a set of project and Organizational level tools. The CMMS collects information from various tools and databases, and provides a consolidated view for assigning resources to tasks. Chiefly among these tasks are Maintenance activities, which must be coordinated with Construction, Science, Commissioning, and Engineering activities. Following are additional basic functions:

- Maintenance Plan implementation, including the coordination of tools, personnel, skills, equipment, facilities, lifts and operators
- Procedure versions, maturity and locations
- Records
- Metrics
- Prediction
- Summit space and resource requests (reservations) and resource scheduling calendars.
- Administrative trip planning and resource tracking

As well as an overview of system status, the interfaces of the various systems and population of databases and repositories will be one of the primary topics of discussion.

CMMS Definition and Scope
Project Deliverable and Requirements
System Overview
Work Orders
Work Order Analysis
Work Order Details
CMMS Scope
Subsystem Integration
Current Design and Development Progress
Challenges, Planning and Implementation Considerations
Live Demonstration

Michael Rodriguez (mrodriguez@lsst.org)
Monday 08/12
Time Block: 
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Agave III