Machine Learning in Predictive Maintenance: Advancements, Challenges, and Future Directions

Authors : Dr. T. Amalraj Victoire; N. Ruthri; P. Santhiya

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Predictive maintenance has emerged as a powerful approach to optimize the maintenance of complex systems by leveraging data-driven techniques. Machine learning, in particular, has played a significant role in advancing predictive maintenance capabilities, enabling proactive identification of potential failures and optimizing maintenance schedules. We discuss the fundamental concepts of predictive maintenance, the application of machine learning algorithms, and the integration of data sources for accurate failure prediction. Additionally, we explore various techniques for feature engineering, anomaly detection, fault diagnosis, and remaining useful life estimation. Furthermore, we address the challenges associated with implementing machine learning in real-world predictive maintenance scenarios, including data quality, interpretability, scalability, and the need for domain expertise. We also discuss emerging trends, such as the incorporation of deep learning, edge computing, and explainable AI, that have the potential to further enhance the effectiveness of machine learning in predictive maintenance. Finally, we outline future directions and potential research areas for advancing the field, including the integration of sensor technologies, the use of hybrid models, and the development of standardized frameworks.

Keywords : Predictive Maintenance, Machine Learning, Fault Prediction, Feature Engineering, Explainable AI.


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