The event is professionally produced by, which also produces The International Maintenance Conference, now in its 27th year of leading and expanding the body of knowledge for the maintenance professional community.

Many organizations find it challenging to achieve or maintain high-performance reliability for operating assets. Asset intensive industries such as mining, offshore oil & gas, chemical and food processing, power generation and other utilities have the potential to reap huge financial performance gains from a standardized approach to maintenance work execution management and asset health management.

RELIABILITY 2.0 Las Vegas features innovative strategies for plant reliability practices, addressing opportunities to increase production and lower costs. The speakers tackle issues on maintenance work management, reliability centered maintenance, computerized maintenance management, asset health, condition monitoring and business profitability performance.

“RELIABILITY 2.0 participants experience the journey to high-performance reliability by realizing what worked and as important, what did not work from the maintenance professionals who share their knowledge and experience with our audience,” stated Terrence O’Hanlon, CMRP, CEO of and Uptime Magazine. “Over 95% of past attendees report that they discover new solutions that they can put to work immediately upon returning from the event. We back up that promise with an industry best ‘Learn what you came to learn or your money back - no hassle’ conference guarantee.”

Each element of the technical learning program is carefully created to build on a holistic asset health management curriculum concept, including the participation from leading solution providers who demonstrate the latest supporting strategies, services, tools and technologies for achieving and maintaining high-performance reliability.

Seating is limited to ensure quality so make plans to attend today.

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With a mission to make Maintenance Professionals safer and more successful, ( serves a global membership network of 55,000 maintenance reliability professionals in English and Spanish. also publishes Uptime Magazine a bi-monthly publication for maintenance and reliability professionals. It is also the home of the Reliability Performance Institute, a training center focused on reliability learning events located in Fort Myers, Florida. The membership network serves as a resource for Senior Reliability Executives, Plant Managers, Maintenance Managers and Reliability Engineers. Online tutorials, articles, case histories and news items are updated daily. Find us at LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and

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