Condition monitoring is by no means a new concept in industry. In fact, it is so widely regarded as a best practice, that it becomes commonplace in more industries each year. With this increase in awareness, we have seen an influx of options over the years...
- John Waldron
- Acoem USA
Wireless vibration sensors have their place in a good reliability program and can really benefit the maintenance team’s ability to monitor machine health reliably.
- Alan McCall
David Procter, the Product Manager at Sensoteq, and Alex Nino, from Ludeca Inc. and Sensoteq, will discuss specific things that are driving the Wireless Revolution in Condition Monitoring. They will explain why people are beginning to trust wireless products as they improve.
- David Procter
Wireless sensors, artificial intelligence and machine learning offer the promise to deliver advances in predictive maintenance by automating the monitoring of your machine health.
- Matthew Moore
- Moore Reliability Limited
David Howard addresses some of the most common questions people have about wireless sensors, including topics such as WIFI and range, product life cycle, software and gateway, the maximum temperature a sensor can withstand, battery life, and what happens if a device loses connection…
- Dr. M. David Howard
- Erbessd Instruments
You will get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to successfully monitor one of the most dynamic and difficult to monitor assets in the industry and take away the key lessons learned.
- Dries Van Loon
Are you implementing wireless condition monitoring in your plant but worried about accelerometer performance? Ed Spence discusses numerous issues, including battery life…
- Ed Spence
- The Machine Instrumentation Group