Highlighting the IoT possibilities in maintenance

Published:  21 August, 2018

Europe's biggest conference on maintenance & asset management returns to Antwerp, Belgium between September 24-27. PWE reports.

The 4th Industrial Revolution, IoT and predictive analytics are bringing significant possibilities in maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring.

Euromaintenance 4.0 provides a comprehensive and varied agenda of learning opportunities for CTO’s, asset managers, group maintenance & reliability leaders, maintenance & reliability engineers, condition monitoring specialists and operational managers working in asset intensive industries in Europe and the rest of the world. The conference and workshops focus on disruptive technologies without omitting the essential basics and best practices in the field of maintenance, reliability, condition monitoring and asset management.

Euromaintenance 4.0 presents an opportunity to learn from the experiences and expertise of industry practitioners and subject matter experts. Some of the workshop and short course topics are listed below:

Workshop and short course at Euromaintenance 4.0

• The Artificial Intelligence and Industry 4.0 Technology showcase

• 10 Rights of Asset Management

• Benchmarking Using the EN15341 Maintenance KPI's

• The IBM Maximo workshop

• Learn to Use AI for Automatic Anomaly Detection on Sensor Data without Being a Data-Scientist

• How to Use RAMS Analysis to Ensure Reliability from Design to Operations

• Hands-on TPM Practitioner's workshop

• Risk Assessment (RA) in Maintenance Activities

• Ultrasound + Vibration = Success

• Failure Prediction in Practice: Bring Your Own Data

• Create Your First Augmented Reality Application

• Maintenance Strategy Review

• How to Manage Dangerous Substances during Maintenance Operations

• Ultrasound-assisted Condition Based Lubrication

Event highlights

• More than 20 workshops on day 1 and 4

• 106 presentations in 7 parallel tracks on day 2 and 3

• More than 50 cases presented by asset owners

• Field visits on day 4

• Conference event featuring the celebrated author Ben Pring of the book 'What To Do When Machines Do Everything: How to Get Ahead in a World of AI, Algorithms, Bots, and Big Data' and the presentation of the finalists of the Euromaintenance Award

Running alongside the conference is the opportunity to visit the co-located exhibition where you can discover innovations and expertise in the field of predictive analytics, maintenance, reliability, condition monitoring and asset management. List of Exhibitors at Euromaintenance 4.0:

• IMES-DEXIS

• SKF

• ABB

• Alfa Laval

• ARMS Reliability

• Emerson

• Eriks / Baudoin

• Mainnovation

• PWC

• SDT International

• Dimensys

• Endress+Hauser

• ENGIE Fabricom

• FLUKE

• I Rental

• I-care

• MaxGrip

• PDM

• Total

• API

• Eltec

• EST-Aegis

• IBM

• Maintenance Partners

• PTC

• Ultimo

• Viziya

• Vogelsang

• Menzel

• Bakker Repair Services

• Lubretec

• Lubrication Systems

• Siemens

• Agidens

• Carl software

• IRISS

• Isograph

• Panasonic

• Pilz D2-3

• UE systems

• Wizata

• Yontec

• CMD Gears

• ECC

• Festo

• Hansford sensors

• HBM Prenscia

• Iqunet

• Kapernikov

• Motoren Françoys

• Phenix Technologies

• SPM Instruments

• the Rosen group

• TROIA

• VersaSense

• Yazzoom

List of exhibitors is accurate based on the organsier’s website at the time of publication

Practical information:

Euromaintenance will take place at The Flanders Meeting & Convention Center Antwerp, which is located in the heart of Antwerp and within easy reach by public transport. Adjacant to Antwerp Central Station, it boasts easy train connections and many tram and busstops close by. Moreover, there is ample parking space in the immediate surrounding.

For further information please visit: www.euromaintenance.org

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