Nine Minutes of Knowledge
Have you ever wondered exactly how machine learning works? Where does the system get the data for equipment that is not allowed to fail often? Jason Tranter goes into a method an AI system might use to tell us whether a bearing is about to fail…
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
As your senior employees retire, you may be worried that their skills will be lost at your plant – you might have already noticed this happening. Dr. Karl Hoffower explains how to conduct a skills gap assessment and use the results to alleviate this problem…
- Karl Hoffower
- Failure Prevention Associates
PdM programs manage failures – they do not usually improve reliability. John Pucillo wants to change this. Here, he describes how your PdM program can be used to drive reliability and provides examples…
- John Pucillo
- True Reliability
To maximize your ROI in the asset selection process, it’s important to keep in mind the difference between proof of concept and scale deployment. Before we start a project, we must define the goals and KPIs, and there are quite a few differences between the two approaches…
- Dries Van Loon
Some of the manufacturers of rotating equipment are individually testing and certifying their machines before they leave the facilities. But that does not necessarily mean that whole systems will be integrated together and work properly.
- Sven Fleischer
As technology improves every day, Wireless Sensors are able to successfully monitor equipment. Wireless Sensors are easy to install anywhere, and there is no need for local networks, modems, or gateways. Dries Van Loon gives more detail on the benefits of these sensors.
- Dries Van Loon