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The Why and How of Remote Diagnostic Monitoring

Roy Giorgio
Roy Giorgio | Director of Sales, Des-Case
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

In a recent survey, Des-Case asked what factors present a challenge to implementing condition monitoring during these unique times. 37% of respondents said they don’t have the in-house skill set or time to analyze the data and another 52% said they need training. Most of the IoT data collected today is not reviewed─ and even worse─ acted upon. Similar to implementing a new strategy at any organization, it’s often the execution of the strategy that’s most important and the ability to sustain it. This is why remote analysis is becoming even more critical in a time when we are doing less with more.

Learning Takeaways:

  • Why and how remote diagnostic monitoring multiplies the value of oil sampling
  • Real-world examples of where companies entrusted experts in the field of lubrication, vibration, and ultrasound to monitor the data for them
  • 6 steps to implementing and sustaining a remote monitoring program

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Stephanie Schaffer leads the marketing and connected solutions team at Des-Case Corporation, creating demand for the global portfolio of solutions through lubrication best practices awareness.  Working closely with the Company’s leadership team, she is a part of driving and communicating the corporate, branding and go-to-market strategies, as well as the customer experience.  Stephanie also leads the company’s reliability services team, which helps customers identify opportunities for improvements to their industrial lubrication programs through training and professional consulting engagements.  She joined Des-Case in 2010 as a product manager and was promoted to Director of Product Management in 2012, Director of Marketing in 2014, and VP of Marketing & Strategy in 2017.  Stephanie has experience in both B2B and B2C companies.  Prior to Des-Case she served as Business Development and Marketing Manager for Tandel Systems – a supplier of engineering and technical recruiting services in the aerospace, defense, and government sectors. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with minors in marketing and management from the University of South Florida.

Understanding and implementing future trends of technology has been Roy’s passion for the past three decades. Roy’s ability to help global organizations such as Cummins, Mobil, Chevron, Sony, and Komatsu to unlock the potential of new and emerging technologies has led to outstanding synergies. After majoring in Mass Communications at Western Kentucky University, Roy began his career as a technical operational leader in many broadcast facilities in the United States. Roy was awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Engineering Achievement for developing software that increased the productivity and set a national standard for closed captioning of broadcast material. He also holds several certifications such as CLS, OMA I, MLT I, MLA II from the STLE. Roy holds a private pilot’s license and has served as a Unit Commander for the Air Force Auxiliary where he participated in search and rescue operations as well as national disaster relief.

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Roy Giorgio
Roy Giorgio Director of Sales, Des-Case

Understanding and implementing future trends of technology has been Roy’s passion for the past three decades. Roy’s ability to help global organizations such as Cummins, Mobil, Chevron, Sony and Komatsu to unlock the potential of new and emerging technologies has led to outstanding synergies. After majoring in Mass Communications at Western Kentucky University, Roy began his career as a technical operational leader in many broadcast facilities in the United States. Roy was awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Engineering Achievement for developing software that increased the productivity and set a national standard for closed captioning of broadcast material. He also holds several certifications such as CLS, OMA I, MLT I, MLA II from the STLE and the ICML. Roy holds a private pilot’s license and has served as a Unit Commander for the Air Force Auxiliary where he participated in search and rescue operations as well as national disaster relief.