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What Happened When We Used a MEMS Accelerometer for Route Based Data Collection?

Matthew Moore | Global Subject Matter Expert - Condition Monitoring, Petrofac
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Description:
Most wireless vibration sensors used in IIoT machine health applications today will have MEMs technology under the hood; however, many vibration analysts are still skeptical whether this is truly a viable alternative to traditional accelerometers. There is a perception that compromises in specifications will limit the diagnostic ability of machinery failure modes, especially for high frequency faults such a rolling element bearings and gearboxes. Some of this skepticism may be due to the dearth of credible comparisons as most wireless systems only provide access to data via their proprietary Software as a Service platforms.
In the follow-up to our webinar “Can Wireless Vibration Sensors Replace Route Based Data Collection?” [19th May 2022 WOW Europe] we present the results of a routine condition monitoring survey using our standard data collector with a high performance MEMS accelerometer. Targeted at both end users and solution providers alike, our analysis of field data reveals what can realistically be achieved with state of the art MEMS sensor technology.

About the Presenters:
Matthew Moore BSc (Hons) is the Global Subject Matter Expert in Condition Monitoring for Petrofac. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of vibration and condition monitoring and is a certified Mobius Institute ISO 18436-2 Category IV vibration analyst and training partner. Matthew has extensive experience implementing vibration monitoring programs and developing global guidance documents and site specific condition monitoring strategies.
Ed Spence is the Founder and Managing Director of The Machine Instrumentation Group, a consultant representing a network of consulting and contract engineering service providers with expertise in Condition Monitoring, sensor design, signal processing and data engineering.

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Matthew Moore Global Subject Matter Expert - Condition Monitoring, Petrofac

Matthew Moore is the Global Subject Matter Expert in Condition Monitoring for Petrofac, with over 25 years of experience in the Oil & Gas Industry. He never set out to be an engineer, let alone a CM engineer but whilst starting out at the bottom of the ladder, fate played a major hand in his career.