DORA is used to develop maintenance concepts, nest them to maintenance plans in order to update the maintenance program in the CMMS.

Taking Care of C.A.R.E. (Cost – Availability – Reliability – Effectiveness)

To work in DORA you need:

  • fast internet line > 10Mb up/down
  • HTML5 browser
  • certified users.

From December 1st 2018, two new DORA versions are available, next to the existing Dedicated DORA version.

  1. (NEW)  Shared DORA @ Shared server.
    1. Customers are working in their own segment in DORA. Max. 3 customers use one DORA environment
    2. https, secure login, two factor authentication.
    3. Incl. installation and hosting on www.siteground.com
  2. (NEW)  Single DORA @ Shared server.
    1. Customers work in their own DORA environment with their own database on a shared server.
    2. https, secure login, two factor authentication.
    3. Incl. installation and hosting on www.siteground.com
  3. Dedicated DORA.
    1. Dedicated server, dedicated databse, dedicated secure lines, dedicated domain
    2. https, secure login, two factor authentication.
    3. Free unlimited useraccounts.
    4. Incl. installation and hosting on www.siteground.com

DORA functionalities:

  • Webbased, HTML5 browser needed.
  • Two factor authentication.
  • https:// secure lines.
  • Backups.
  • 3 methodologies RCM – ODM – QM to develop maintenance concepts for high – medium – low critical systems.
  • Nesting of maintenance concepts into maintenance plans in order to update the maintenance program in the CMMS.
  • Import > Optimisation > Export functionalities. Existing maintenance plans can be optimised easy and fast.
  • Continuous improvement of maintenance plans.
  • Dynamic pareto’s
  • Options to connect PLC data, Internet4 en sensor data.
  • Reports
  • Option to connect with SAP, Maximo, Ultimo, Infor CMMS’s.

Methodologies

  • RCM (Reliability-centred Maintenance) for high critical systems
    • Process FMEA: Operational Context, Functions, Functional Failures, Failure Modes, Failure Effects.
    • RCM decision strategy to develop the maintenance concept.
  • ODM (Object Driven Maintenance) for medium critical systems
    • Object FME(C)A
    • RCM decision strategy to develop the maintenance concept.
  • QM (Quick Maintenance) for low critical systems (15x faster then RCM)
    • Object FME(C)A
    • QM decision strategy to develop new maintenance concepts or … import > optimise > export existing maintenance plans.
  • Training is done by IRCC certified Level 3 teachers. Students are certified by IRCC (International RCM Certification Committee www.ja1011.org)

Please contact us for more information.