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IoT Sensor Performance – Impact on Condition Monitoring

Ed Spence | Managing Director, The Machine Instrumentation Group
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Webinar Description:

New IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) wireless solutions for Condition-Based Monitoring (CBM) are appearing on the market so frequently it’s hard to keep track of them all. The new capabilities offer the promise of wireless data collection, near continuous time monitoring and with the possibility of automated alarm generation may save valuable time. However, testing these systems is a substantial investment in time, energy and money, but how else to validate the sensor performance given the broad range of specifications cited? This talk will help you better understand key performance parameters of today’s wireless CBM systems, how they could impact the interpretation of vibration measurements and offer some guidance regarding sensor performance evaluation.

About the Presenters:

Ed Spence is the Founder and Managing Director of The Machine Instrumentation Group, a consultant representing a network of contract engineering service providers with expertise in Condition Monitoring, sensor design, signal processing and data engineering. Dr. George Zusman holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, a D.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, and is currently the president of Vibration Measurement Solutions, Inc. (Houston, TX).

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About the Author

Ed Spence Managing Director, The Machine Instrumentation Group

Ed Spence is the Founder and Managing Director of The Machine Instrumentation Group, a collaborative network of contract engineering service providers helping clients define and develop new sensors for machine health applications.

Previously, Ed was the Marketing Manager for Analog Devices MEMS Sensor Technology Group, where he defined the MEMS accelerometer roadmap for vibration based Condition Monitoring, winning an Innovation Award at Sensors Expo 2017 for the flagship ADXL1002 MEMS
accelerometer. Ed has been engaged in the development of Condition Monitoring sensor solutions since 2008, and has worked in the semiconductor industry since 1989. Ed has published or presented on the subject of sensors and CBM on numerous occasions.

Ed serves on the board of The Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology, and is a member of the Vibration Institute, The Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals and The Society for Prognostics, Health and Maintenance. Ed also provides volunteer business consulting with non-profit IBEC Ventures. Ed holds a BSEE degree from the University of Lowell.