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IMC-2019 Learning Session 37:39 Minutes

by David Marek, Donaldson Company Inc.

A promising application of IIoT is the maintenance of essential non-production equipment, such as industrial dust collectors. Due to labor gaps, Level 2 machinery is often a challenge to monitor, and latent issues can escalate into equipment failure and downtime.

Donaldson Company, Inc., a major manufacturer of industrial filtration, has developed an IIoT monitoring and maintenance solution to help address these challenges.  The presenter will share the results of a year-long pilot with emphasis on benefits to participating companies.

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