E365 Analytics® is a platform independent web application. The service is a powerful decision support for efficient and cost-effective maintenance for our customers. Using the service requires an internet connection. The service is tailored to each customer, and data is available in real time via computers, tablets and mobile phones.

Below you’ll find a description on how the service works and what results you can expect.


Data generation

Our service is based on the measurement and maintenance data already available to our customers. No investments required for new measuring stations or different kinds of sensors.

Data acquisition

The first step is to ensure access to all measurement and maintenance data, both historical data and real-time data. Our service gathers and manages data and information in different formats and structures.

Data integration

In this step, data is integrated from relevant sensors and protocols. Linkages and relationships between data and information are made. The information is structured to be analysed.

Data processing

Next comes validation, as all information should be linked to, for example, locomotives, wagons, axles, wheels, and components. Using advanced algorithms, we filter measurement errors and noise in all data and information.

Data analysis

Statistics and time series are analysed and compared with the maintenance and saftey levels. We forecast remaining useful life (RUL) and the need for preventive maintenance.

Maintenance operations are synchronized and optimized. Everything happens in real time and updates occur as new data comes in.

Data visualization

The data that appears in the analysis is visualized according to customer specification, what the customer wants to see and how it should be presented so that it best suits the organization’s needs. The visualization (of the results) occurs in real time, and means that the customer constantly has access to accurate (updated) information.

Decision making

As our customer, you have a powerful decision support tool for planning and control of maintenance related to remaining useful lifetime (RUL). You get a maintenance strategy that increases reliability, availability and profitability.

Expected results

-Increased reliability and availability

-Reduced capital expenditures (CAPEX)

-Decreased maintenance costs (OPEX)



Meet us in Minneapolis at Railway Interchange, September 22-25, 2019

Railway Interchange is the largest railway exhibition and technical conference in North America. eMaintenance365 AB will participate in the exhibition. You will find us in the indoor exhibition area (RSSI), booth 4155. We look forward to meeting you at our booth on September 22-25, 2019 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.


CargoNet digitizes decision support using eMaintenance365

Norway's largest freight carrier Cargonet collaboration with eMaintenance365's has so far proved very successful. "The hopes have been met," says Torbjörn Abegg Haugland.

One of Cargonet’s most important traffic lines runs between Narvik and Oslo. Each week, fifteen trains go in each direction along the 2,000-kilometer stretch. With such an operation, it is required that everything should work flawless and to have control over the assets.

– When a train is left standing along the track due to acute faults on the wagon wheels, it causes major disturbances. It renders a financial strain in an already tough business environment and it affects our customers’ confidence as a reliable supplier, says Torbjörn Abegg Haugland, Cargonet.

The company initiated a collaboration with the Luleå company eMaintenance365 with the hope that the company could deliver new technology to improve reliability of delivery.

With the help of data from the Swedish Transport Administration’s detectors in Sweden, it has been possible to continuously collect and analyze the status of wagons, which has enabled  Cargonet to better plan and manage its maintenance.

– The hopes we had are met. We already see that we have saved money, increased efficiency and utilization. Right now we are discussing with eMaintenance365 about further developing the collaboration on the digitized decision support they provide us. Our ambition is to do most of the maintenance in Oslo or Narvik. This is greatly facilitated by the decision-making service we now have access to. The importance of our own maintenance personnel cannot be understated who inspect wagons and locomotives, says Torbjörn Abegg Haugland.

– The work with Cargonet is a brilliant example of how existing data can be refined and analyzed to create even more benefits. The information is often already there, it is just a matter of cleverly highlighting it and presenting it in a manageable way. The key then lies in finding ways to benefit from the information in the daily work, something that Cargonet has been very good at, says Bengt Jonsson, CEO of eMaintenance365.