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When Selecting New Generation Sensors, Think About What You Want To Detect and How You Want Data to be Handled

Lee McFarlane | Technical Director, AVT Reliability
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Have you taken a step back and looked at requirements whilst selecting new sensing technology? today there are so many sensors with differing technology how do you select what is right for you and do they have all the certification requirements in place for use.

Learning Takeaways:

1. What communication technology in the sensor and how does it affect what you select?
2. The specifications of sensors and how they differ?
3. How does that platform allow you to manage and report the data quickly that they communicate to?
4. How do you get good value for money?

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Lee has been involved in machinery condition monitoring and reliability engineering programs for over 15 years. He has held operational and management roles at various organizational levels in the service sector, at AVT Reliability® and an E&P Oil Company. He is a passionate reliability and asset management leader dedicated to improving industry asset management practices and driving reliability changes for clients.   He is responsible for the AVT Reliability® Consultancy Asset Management teams, AVT Reliability®  standards development, external training and internal competency, business growth/sales, marketing and business quality management systems.

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About the Author

Lee McFarlane Technical Director, AVT Reliability

Lee has been involved in machinery condition monitoring and reliability engineering programs for over 15 years. He has held operational and management roles at various organizational levels in the service sector, at AVT Reliability® and an E&P Oil Company. He is a passionate reliability and asset management leader dedicated to improving industry asset management practices and driving reliability changes for clients.   He is responsible for the AVT Reliability® Consultancy Asset Management teams, AVT Reliability®  standards development, external training and internal competency, business growth/sales, marketing and business quality management systems.