How to create Reliability in your career – what is needed to climb the “lattice” in order to have a successful career? We’ll look at what the data shows is currently going on in the market place and discuss how you can leverage that to develop the right “Heart set, Mindset, & Skill set” to grow strong in your job.
- Daryl Brister
- Shea Capability & Compliance Solutions
The webinar will highlight examples of the main challenges and lessons learnt in each phase of the major EPC projects from design till operation. This will be in light of ISO 55000 definition for “Asset Man.
- Ahmed Kotb
Watch this webinar to learn how one of NI’s experts on IoT monitoring technology sorts topics like free sensors, edge computing, machine learning solving everything, and sensor-cloud connections into the categories of trend, hard trend, or myth.
- Brett Burger
- National Instruments
In this presentation, we will discuss a case study of a newly commissioned multi-million-dollar mining facility that was operated by an Engineering Project & Construction Management (EPCM) organisation with minimal maintenance experience and what effect that had on output...
- Dare Petreski
- Mobius Institute
There is a great business case to be made to improve reliability, but very few organizations achieve the full potential that is on offer. In this webinar, I would like to introduce to you a "simple" process with a very detailed roadmap that we call the Asset Reliability Transformation [ART] guide. Years of thought, research, and planning have gone into it.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
Some people think of reliability as a maintenance-centric activity, maybe with a dash of operations input. But true reliability is an organization-wide activity. Organizational Reliability applies to every function in an organization.......
- Tom Moriarty
- Alidade M.E.R
During this webinar we will briefly describe the components that are needed to optimize the performance and therefore your ROI...
- Roy Huff
- The Snell Group
In this live webinar, we will discuss how ESA is used to evaluate electric motors, couplings and gearboxes of several types including speed reducers, increasers and cooling tower boxes. Electrical Signature Analysis (ESA) technology is used to review incoming power quality and the machine through the entire powertrain........
- Howard Penrose
- MotorDoc LLC