Join us for our upcoming webinar where we will explore how to maximize the potential of your machinery and your organization with the latest advancements in wireless, wired, and route-based vibration monitoring technologies..
- Mark Frogley
- Acoem USA
Terms like predictive maintenance, condition based maintenance, and reliability-centered maintenance, have undergone commercially-driven changes for over 30 years...
- Howard Penrose
- MotorDoc LLC
Understanding the Benefits and Capabilities of Different Vibration Sensor Technologies in A CM System
In this webinar attendants will be able to gain insight about why sensor specific maintenance platforms are becoming a thing of the past, how vibration sensors and systems modular integration works, and provide insight on data normalization, sensor observability, sensor use per application and sensor response manipulation.
- David Bukowitz
Gearbox maintenance is often based on a fixed schedule or run to failure. Under these two factors maintenance can be costly & wasteful and often occurs too early or too late. The solution to these efforts is condition-based monitoring.
- Bernie Hall
In this interview we will be talking all about Ultrasound. Syed breaks down why ultrasound used in a CBM Program, how is it for energy and fuel savings and how electrical losses can be prevented though ultrasound.
- Syed Munawer Hasan
- Plant Asset Efficiency Solutions
Dara O’Sullivan, System Applications Manager at Analog Devices, answers questions about technology trends in Condition based Monitoring as well as how to get application insights and choose the best sensing solution for your system requirements.
- Dara O'Sullivan
- Analog Devices, Inc
New IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) wireless solutions for Condition-Based Monitoring (CBM) seem to appear on the market so frequently it’s hard to keep track of them all. Many of these new systems bring with them new technologies such as AI and machine learning, MEMS sensor technology and automated diagnostics – technologies that present the reliability and maintenance engineer with both challenges and opportunities.
The new capabilities offer the promise of wireless data collection and near continuous time monitoring while saving you valuable time. You would like test some of these systems, but it’s a substantial investment in time, energy and money. This talk will help you better understand some of the features and functions of wireless CBM, discussing some technology dependencies and a few other things to think about when considering piloting a system.
- Ed Spence
- The Machine Instrumentation Group
If you listen to some of the trade journals and marketing hype, AI, machine learning, and Industry 4.0 will end the need for "traditional" CM, maintenance, and reliability programs. What do you think?
If you are interested in my opinion, please join me for a presentation that briefly reviews the history of maintenance practices, briefly introduces what AI, machine learning, predictive & prescriptive maintenance, and Industry 4.0 are, and then discusses what CBM and reliability improvement should look like as these new technologies become more mainstream.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute