Load up on PCM

Jul 01, 2004

A new technology is being used to improve existing maintenance practices in the manufacturing industry: predictive condition monitoring (PCM).

SmartSignal Corp. has gathered a cross-section of influential thinkers to discuss the uses of this technology in the manufacturing industry for its Predictive Condition Monitoring Summit Sept. 19-21 in Chicago.

Those who are invited to attend include owners, operators and OEMs in aviation, power generation, energy, commercial transportation, telehealth and heavy equipment or anyone who is interested in increasing asset/equipment availability, reducing maintenance costs and increasing profits through greater efficiencies.

The list of speakers includes:

  • Eric Amundsen, general manager, technical services, Panhandle Energy
  • Mike Bakewell, vice president, plant operations, Fossil, Entergy
  • Steve Coppock, department leader, plant reliability and modifications, Arizona Public Service
  • Luke Gill, vice president, joint strike fighter autonomic logistics, Lockheed Martin
  • Glover Ferguson, chief scientist, Accenture
  • Dr. Peter Martin, vice president, Invensys
  • Dr. Robert Peltier, editor in chief, Power Magazine
  • Curt Swenson, director, marketing and e-business, EMD Division of General Motors
  • Navi Radjou, vice president, asset management, Forrester Research
  • Walter Taylor, managing director of MRO process and technology, Delta Air Lines

Speakers will provide insights into how they have saved millions by expanding their real-time understanding of fleet-wide equipment health. You can also learn how Fortune 500 companies are increasing asset availability and ROA; learn how PCM improves OEM customer service while reducing costs; review industry-specific technical papers from end users on value, applications and implementations; and network with industry leaders.

Visit http://www.smartsignal.com/summit for more information.

Or call toll-free (866) 744-6259 during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST. Be sure to mention the Predictive Condition Monitoring Summit.