Application of modern maintenance approaches such as Maintenance 4.0 is highlighted as one of the prevailing smart & sustainable manufacturing topics. The goal of the presentation is to describe the latest trends within the area of maintenance management from the perspective of the challenges of the fourth industrial revolution and the economic, environmental and social challenges of sustainable development. Intelligent and sustainable maintenance is considered in three perspectives. The first perspective is the historical perspective, in relation to which evolution has been presented in the approach to maintenance in accordance with the development of production engineering. The next perspective is the development perspective, which presents perspectives on maintenance data and data-driven maintenance technology. The third perspective presents maintenance in the context of the dimensions of sustainable development and potential opportunities for including data-driven maintenance technology in the implementation of the economic, environmental and social challenges of sustainable production.
Since 1973 S. Legutko has been working at the Poznan University of Technology, Poland. Moreover he worked as scientific – technical advisor and as a manager in industry. His main research interests are technology and exploitation of cutting tools, gears teeth technology, maintenance of machines and industrial logistics.
Most important research concerns adhesive wear of cutting tools. In the last period his interests are guided into an exploitation and technological problems of cutting tools for High Speed Cutting (HSC), environmentally friendly machining, precision machining, additive manufacturing, Industry 4.0. He is an author or co-author of more than 530 published research works. H index – 28 according to WOS. He was the tutor 8 PhD thesis. Currently, he is the scientific supervisor of 7 doctoral students. He has strong scientific cooperation with many European universities in the frame of CEEPUS programme. He is very active as the participant of many international conferences. Prof. S. Legutko is also the reviewer in many scientific journals and worked as visiting professor at Technical University in Kosice (Slovakia). He is currently a member of the Committee of Mechanical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is a board member of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic) and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the JE Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem (Czech Republic).