September 8, 2021
A new technology, in use at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex for the past eight months, has predictive maintenance engineers excited for what they call “unlimited potential” for cost avoidance applications that could save the Air Force millions.
The equipment was created by RDI Technologies and is currently being used by the 76th Maintenance Support Group’s Industrial Process Engineering shop to help them in their mission to find problems before they become catastrophic.
The unassuming setup, developed by an astrophysicist at the University of Louisville, consists of a small video camera connected to a laptop computer. When pointed at a machine or piece of equipment in use, the system measures deflection, displacement, movement and vibration not visible to the human eye.
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Open the “RDI Motion Amplification” Program
Click on the “Information” icon in the upper right-hand corner
Your license ID is located on this screen identified by the green box