What does machine health monitoring look like in an era of the online workday, personnel shortages, and supply chain hang-ups? These recent trends have influenced practices in predictive maintenance—including how data is collected, shared, and analyzed. Read on for five condition monitoring solutions to avoid manufacturing delays and optimize workflow.
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
Jeff Hay, the CEO of RDI Technologies, discusses Motion Amplification; a camera based technology invented by RDI. Jeff believes that the camera is the sensor of the future because visualization is faster, safer, and makes the complex more simple. Since starting RDI, he has created and patented multiple methods for using camera technology to visualize and measure motion.
- Jeff Hay
- RDI Technologies
Drive Smarter Maintenance and Better Operating Decisions by Collecting, Interpreting, and Applying the Right Data
With the rise of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), a new world of possibilities has opened for manufacturers. Given this extraordinary evolution, it's inevitable that the shift must involve leveraging all the value inherent in available data.
- Pieter Van Camp
- I-Care Group
Many issues with industrial assets are inextricably connected to lubrication. Too little lubrication, too much or simply using the wrong product. To assess these problems and to optimize the reliability of assets, I-care has its Reliability Centered Lubrication program.
- Wouter Bogaerts
- I-Care Group
Paul Dufresene explains how to prioritize work and meet deadlines when everything is a top priority. It is crucial to note the difference between what is urgent and what is important.
- Paul Dufresne
- Reliability Playbook
Welcome to VETERANS CONNECTED maintenance and reliability expert and military Veteran Eric Bevevino interviews military Veteran Michael Moody. Mike retired in 2015 following 28 years of active and reserve duty. He is from Cheboygan, Michigan. LCDR Moody joined the Navy in 1987, enlisting to train in the Nuclear Power Program where he completed boot camp, Machinist Mate “A” School, Nuclear Power School and Prototype Training at S3G in Ballston Spa, NY. Tune in as they exchange their experiences and discuss the transition from the military to industry, and the paths and resources that led them to where they are today…
- Eric Bevevino
- Veterans Connected