There are four basic types of machine learning, based on the kind of information they give you and how the machine “learns”: supervised, unsupervised, semi-supervised, and reinforcement. Jason Tranter defines these and gives an example…
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
Learn how to use Predictive Maintenance in your industrial environment, and see the benefits of putting I-DNA Technology Algorithms into your Predictive Maintenance Program.
- Pieter Van Camp
- I-Care Group
Once we’ve selected the assets and the appropriate technology, it’s time to look at hardware installation, since we know our analysis is only as good as our data. There are many sensors in the market today and they all promote ease of installation, but a proper installation will determine whether you get actionable results…
- Dries Van Loon
So many machines, so little time! An overview of benefits and limitations of condition-based vibration analysis as a tool to optimize your PdM schedule. You’ll learn the capabilities of earthquake switches, electronic switches, programmable accelerometers and vibration transmitters. Plus, how to determine whether wireless vibration monitoring is a good fit for your facility.
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
The Performance Centered Asset Management concept is designed to optimize the inherent value of the assets in terms of Safety, Environment and Business.
- Pascal Clement
Improving asset management in any organization not only requires effective leadership and a strategy, but also engagement from end users and other people involved with the program(s). In general, technology offers solutions to stay competitive and discover new business opportunities.
- Graham Heiner
Welcome to VETERANS CONNECTED maintenance and reliability expert and military Veteran Eric Bevevino interviews military Veteran Bryan Debshaw. Bryan is a retired Airforce Veteran who started as an F4 Radar Technician and retired as the Inspector General at the 181st Intelligence Wing. 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
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