In this interview Can Uslu discusses how facility operating projects helped him gain expertise in Predictive Maintenance.
- Can Uslu
“Maintenance” and “Reliability” terms are frequently mentioned together because there is a strong bond between them, and this bond is so strong that many people don’t differentiate between maintenance and reliability!
- Ahmed Kotb
Machine Learning, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Digital Twins. Without a doubt, it’s an exciting to witness the evolution and to envision the potential future state of manufacturing and maintenance. The reality however is nearly every post conveniently leaves out the requirements one must have in place to make the advancements work for you.
- Chris Pepin
- Progressive Reliability
When it comes to implementing reliability improvement, it is important to remember that reliability happens out in the field, not in an office or a webinar. It is important to get everybody, particularly those closest to the work, involved in the process.
- Michelle Henley
- TMG Frontline Solutions
Imagine each pixel on a camera becomes a sensor; you can now measure millions of data points. The fundamental measurement of Motion Amplification is displacement, which increases capabilities of measurement types and allows you to easily use it with other technologies to extract vibration data.
- Jeff Hay
- RDI Technologies
Your asset management system is ready to go live and be used by everyone in the company. Many factors in the post-implementation phase affect the system’s success, for example…
- Ahmed Kotb
The Leadership Connection Host, Doug Plucknette, interviews reliability leader George Mahoney in Episode 24 of this series. George Mahoney is currently acting as the Program Manager and Process Optimization Lead for the Source to Settle Organization at Merck.
- Doug Plucknette
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
In the ideal world of Industry 4.0, organizations will have better equipment with wireless connections and sensors linked to a system that can visualize and control the entire production line and make autonomous decisions. Industry 4.0, in other words, describes the ever-increasing trend towards automation and data exchange.
- Tom Rombouts
- I-care Group