Join Peter Eitnier from Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies as they discuss cost-effective ways to improve processes and reduce downtime. The best part? You don't have to be a vibration expert to do it...
- Peter Eitnier
- Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
Matthew Moore and Dr. David Siegel discuss how humans and AI measure up in the area of vibration diagnostics. Who will win?…
- Matthew Moore
- Moore Reliability Limited
Whether you are an experienced vibration analyst or a novice, approaching machines that are new to you can present challenges. This presentation describes a sequential method that may be helpful in getting started in this process. Sometimes it’s nice to have defined steps to follow in order to get the data you need about the machine and it’s operation. By doing so, you will have a better chance of getting useful data that can lead to quicker and more refined diagnostics in the future.
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
If you’re a technician and it’s your job to take these readings with a hand-held data collector, this trend can be described with one word - boring. While there is always value in taking a reading on a rotating asset and using your 5 senses to look for issues that might not be picked up with vibration, this only extends so far for machines that rarely have issues..
A small number of semiconductor manufacturers have overcome the noise, bandwidth and g-Range shortcomings commonly associated with MEMS sensors used in Condition-based Monitoring (CbM) by producing several medium and high-performance MEMS vibration sensors with the latter being comparable to piezo accelerometers.
- Chris Murphy
- Analog Devices, Inc
New Single-Pair Ethernet: High-Quality Asset Health Insights and Power on Two Wires for Condition Monitoring Applications
Condition monitoring applications continue to grow in importance, as equipment manufacturers look to increase asset utilization with real-time monitoring of equipment, extend equipment lifespans, and increase throughput by utilizing predictive maintenance techniques to reduce maintenance costs and asset downtime..
- Maurice O'Brien
- Analog Devices, Inc
Industry 4.0 applications generate a huge volume of complex data—big data. This naturally increases the potential for generating added value along the entire value chain. Only with relevant, high quality, and useful data—smart data—can the associated economic potential be unfolded...
- Dzianis Lukashevich
What is important to know is that vibration monitoring techniques that are widely used at present generate the domain of informative features of equipment defects in a form that is extremely problematic for automatic systems. The main issue is...
- Pawel Lecinski