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Friday, April 21 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Machines Can’t Call in Sick LIMITED

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Realizing the potential of the Industrial IoT is complicated, specific and application-driven . The headlines about data driven decisions and revenue generation contributing to a lean manufacturing’s next level often lead to information overload, resulting in delays to implementing technology. An operation cannot wait for a BIG data set to magically appear to begin to realize the efficiency gains. For the majority of process plants and manufacturing operations, the actionable data resides within the walls of the plant itself. This session will chronicle a condition monitoring application that puts data in the hands of the people who need to make informed decisions with serious implications to the health and safety of an operation. Connecting machinery condition data to the IIoT via self-contained, battery powered sensing systems could not be easier. Reliability experts and engineers will provide illustrative examples with rotating machinery (pumps, fans, motors) and bearing fault detection leveraging vibration and waveform expertise.

Speakers
avatar for David T. Anderson

David T. Anderson

Senior Program Manager, Internet Connected Products, ATEK Access Technologies
David T. Anderson is the Senior Program Manager for Internet of Connected Products at ATEK Access Technologies.  The 10 years Dave has spent developing remote monitoring and internet connected products coupled with 20 years in the industrial instrumentation market have been combined at ATEK to define and field solutions for customers with light industrial monitoring... Read More →
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Craig Truempi

Consultant, Craig Truempi Consulting
Craig Truempi is an independent maintenance and reliability consultant, as well as, board member of the Upper Midwest Chapter of the Vibration Institute. Craig has been involved in a diverse range or reliability projects including condition monitoring, troubleshooting, analysis, and equipment upgrades of rotating equipment, pipe vibration, control systems, as well as, data integration to business and maintenance... Read More →


Friday April 21, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
MCC Room 202 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403
  • Host Organization IoT Fuse
  • Technical Difficulty Level 2

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