Conceptual framework for e-Maintenance: Illustration by e-Maintenance technologies and platforms

  title={Conceptual framework for e-Maintenance: Illustration by e-Maintenance technologies and platforms},
  author={Beno{\^i}t Iung and Eric Levrat and Adolfo Crespo Marquez and Heinz-Hermann Erbe},
  journal={Annual Reviews in Control},
At present we can find different complementary definitions of the term e-Maintenance. These definitions apply to maintenance several principles and concepts such as collaboration, pro-activity, knowledge, intelligence, web services or the Internet. A clear consensus is not yet reached, even when some contributions try to propose unique repositories to ensure consistency. Consequently the aim of this paper is: (a) to discuss, briefly, on the concept of e-Maintenance and on a first conceptual e… CONTINUE READING

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