The role of a PI System in Production and Operations is well understood. And, PI System use cases in reporting, environmental compliance, energy monitoring, operational KPIs (key performance indicators), and others, are also well documented. In Maintenance, the PI System is often mentioned in a condition-based maintenance (CBM) context. However, CBM is such a broad topic that it can mean different things to different people and it may refer to one or more of the “condition-based maintenance” techniques, such as vibration, ultrasound, thermography, oil and wear particle analysis, motor testing, dissolved gas analysis, partial discharge and others. While these data are useful for Maintenance, they have a narrow focus and are limited in scope without providing a 360 degree view of the health of an asset. Attend this talk as we discuss PI System’s role in asset health assessment which forms the basis for maintenance actions. You will also see how to configure the various PI System components for CBM. Using real-life examples, we will walk through AF element and calculation templates, alerts and notifications, and dashboards and reports with asset health indicators - for an end-to-end user experience. We will discuss ways to use the framework for common assets such as pumps and motors, filters, compressors, transformers and others.