The Internet of Condition Monitoring Symposium is the newest event to be added to Reliabilityweb.com’s educational programs. It is designed to educate Reliability Leaders and Asset Managers on implementing a successful asset condition-monitoring program while leveraging the latest cloud, analytics and Industrial Internet of Things technology.
“The unrealized value of Asset Condition Management on industrial equipment enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT) is $360 billion per year according to research by McKinsey.” states Terrence O’Hanlon, CEO and Publisher of Reliabilityweb.com and Uptime Magazine, “This event brings asset owners, condition monitoring professionals, IoT experts and wide spectrum of technology solution provides together for 4 days of learning, discovery and networking.”
The Internet of Condition Monitoring Symposium has an objective to deliver innovative presentations about the impact of predictive analytics, augmented reality and wireless sensing and the Internet of Things on the areas of vibration analysis, ultrasound testing, infrared thermal imaging, motor circuit testing, fluid analysis, precision alignment and balancing and precision lubrication.
The Internet of Condition Monitoring Symposium is collocated with The RELIABILITY Conference, now in its 11th year with a focus on strategies and tactics related to the Uptime Elements Reliability Framework for Asset Performance in support of ISO-55000 Asset Management Standard.
Based in Fort Myers, Florida, Reliabilityweb.com produces the IMC-2016, the 31st International Maintenance Conference held December 12-16, 2016 in Bonita Springs, Florida and The RELIABILITY Conference held April 24-28, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Reliabilityweb.com also provides the world’s largest maintenance reliability body of knowledge, educational information and networking that enables safe and effective physical asset management for organizations around the world. The company develops numerous conference programs and publishes Uptime magazine as well as 100 books on the topic of asset management and reliability performance. Learn more at www.reliabilityweb.com
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