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IoT Monitoring & Data Collection Solutions for Electrical Assets

Rudy Wodrich
Rudy Wodrich | VP Engineering Services, IRISS
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Speaker: Rudy Wodrich

The Internet of Things is much hyped as the next great leap forward for humanity. In the Maintenance realm, IoT will improve asset Interconnectivity, Machine Learning and Self-diagnostics capabilities of our critical assets. For electrical distribution systems, both 24/7 online health monitoring (including temperature, humidity, power & power quality, vibration, partial discharge) as well as methods to help collate, collect and analyze reams of data collected manually by trained technical personnel will be crucial. Learn how the IoT can be leveraged to change your maintenance to a more condition based approach increasing overall efficiency and driving down cost.

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Rudy Wodrich
Rudy Wodrich VP Engineering Services, IRISS

Rudy Wodrich is an Electrical Engineer whose career has revolved around designing electrical distribution systems for industrial, commercial and power generation applications for both high efficiency and reliability. Rudy spent over 20 years at Schneider Electric and ABB. Rudy now leads new product development at IRISS Inc. in Bradenton, Florida working on Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices (EMSD) and Critical Asset Surveillance Technologies (CAST) to provide early warning of potential electrical equipment failure and to automate maintenance record keeping with Internet of Things technologies. Rudy also holds an MBA from the University of Toronto.