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Talking Industry #6 - Maintenance 4.0

29 June, 2021

Maintenance 4.0 - the use of digitised maintenance procedures - includes an holistic view of sources of data, ways to connect it, ways to collect it, and ways to analyse it. What are the technologies, strategies and solutions needed to implement a smooth transition to a digital, "Maintenance 4.0" era?

The speakers will discuss:

  • The Maintenance Industry Megatrends
  • Collating Data from Multiple Sources
  • Have CoVID-19 and the skills gap accelerated adoption of AI and industrial automation?
  • Technologies for Complex Asset Monitoring

Christopher Hallum, Regional Sales Manager UK & Ireland, UE Systems

Christopher is an electrical engineer and trainer by trade, having learned his trade in HM Armed Forces. Chris has spent the last 5 years at UE Systems supporting the industry with implementing Predictive Maintenance programs and Energy Savings schemes, utilising Ultrasound Technology.

Chris has been using his background knowledge in engineering to find simple solutions to complex problems, and training users to become competent Ultrasound Inspectors.

Through his experience in implementing ultrasound-based solutions in many facilities of various industries, Chris is now one of the most knowledgeable professionals in the United Kingdom & Ireland when it comes to using ultrasound for industrial maintenance practices.

Analog Devices, Marketing Manager, OtoSense Business Unit, Analog Devices

Pete Sopcik is the Marketing Manager for the OtoSense Business Unit at Analog Devices. He has been responsible for key roles within ADI and the manufacturing industry, ranging from project management and product development to controls engineering in manufacturing environments.

Analog Devices is a leading global high-performance semiconductor company, and a world leader in real-world measurement and predictive maintenance solutions that convert real-world signals to deliver actionable information. ADI OtoSense combines raw sensor data with industry expertise to deliver scalable, automated diagnostic solutions that can be applied across a wide range of applications, including predictive maintenance for electric motors and quality control solutions for end of line testing in manufacturing environments.

Daniel Fern, UK Country Manager, IXON Cloud

Since joining to Ixon to lead its UK division in 2018, Daniel has been on a mission to help machine-builders and system integrators to improve their service, support and data analytics offering through the power of IIoT. This resulted in considerable growth for the company in the UK over the past two years.

Michael LeFeuvre, Regional Product Manager, Red Lion Controls

Michaël Lefeuvre has spent more than a decade working in various departments of Red Lion Controls. An important part of his job is to position the company’s portfolio in the regional markets and to support its sales and marketing team.




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