Interestingly, the origin of predictive maintenance can be traced to aircraft maintenance. Having trouble? When implemented successfully, predictive maintenance lowers operational costs, minimizes downtime issues, and improves overall asset health and performance. Measuring the corona using specialized UV cameras can ensure that any resultant damage is detected and rectified promptly. By knowing when a certain part will fail, maintenance managers can schedule maintenance work only when it is actually needed, simultaneously avoiding excessive maintenance and preventing unexpected equipment breakdown. This is where preventative maintenance jumps in. What is the minimal amount of maintenance work you need to perform to keep assets in peak operating condition and avoid unexpected equipment breakdowns?