Tuesday 3rd May 2016 - Condition Monitoring Systems
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Please arrive around 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Condition Monitoring/Asset Management has been employed since the 1950’s. An example of this is Condition Based Maintenance of rotating machines using monitored condition data. The advent of cheap computational power and public/private networking has made this area one of the fastest growing technologies today.
This talk looks at the field of Condition Monitoring across several industries and how it is revolutionising asset management and predictive maintenance to provide safer transport, protection of ageing assets and hitherto unparalleled optimisation of complex mechanical, electrical and electronic systems.
Please park at the rear of the Newton Building (explain to security via the intercom that your are attending the BCS Event) and enter through the rear of the Newton Building vis the conservatory. Directions to the room will be signed.
The event will be held in Room NW205, The University of Northampton, Newton Building, St Georges Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JB.
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