Presenter(s): Kathie Poindexter
While you may have data, it’s not always easy to apply it to quickly resolve issues, proactively manage production, and keep your plant running at peak efficiency. Watch this on-demand webinar to gain a greater appreciation and understanding of how to take the mountains of data available in your organization and turn it into actionable intelligence so that you can make smarter decisions, be more productive, increase plant efficiency, remain competitive, increase customer satisfaction, and grow your business. An overview of the five different types of analytics (diagnostic, descriptive, predictive, prescriptive, and discovery) will be provided. Gain an understanding of some of the common misconceptions and the best delivery methods for your users to ensure they get proper insights and accurate information in the timeframe needed to take action.
Presenter(s): Ross Manni, Matt Olson, David Shannon
IoT and condition monitoring solutions have taken over manufacturing and adjusted the way maintenance workers go about their daily routines. It is no longer a question of “should we buy into these new technologies,” but rather “which ones do we choose, and how do we implement them?” In this on-demand webinar, you will hear from an IoT specialist on the technologies currently available, and from a plant manager on deploying IoT-based condition monitoring solutions on the plant floor.
Presenter(s): Keith Larson
Do you and your teams have a handle on how to engage with digital initiatives that will help optimize operations at your facility? This on-demand webinar provides you with a strategy to begin, as 25+ year industry expert Keith Larson draws from nine separate success stories to block out the simple three-step roadmap (physical connectivity, mobile apps, and analytics platform) for you to start your Industry 4.0 journey.
Presenter(s): Christine LaFave Grace, Kevin Price
The current state of condition monitoring often requires manual measurements that are compounded with aging equipment and the retirement of knowledgeable personnel. This on-demand webinar explores how the industrial internet is changing the traditional condition monitoring landscape, opening the door to continuous online measurements, automated analysis, and subscription-based CM/PdM services.
Presenter(s): Rick Veague
The current state of energy management and monitoring often requires manual measurements that are compounded with aging equipment and the retirement of knowledgeable personnel. This on-demand webinar explores how the industrial internet is changing the traditional energy monitoring landscape, opening the door to continuous online measurements, automated analysis, and subscription-based CM/PdM services.
Presenter(s): Jim Donohue, Paula Hollywood
The Industrial Internet of Things is more than just a buzzword. It has the potential to affect every area of your plant. This on-demand webinar explores how improved asset performance management is driving manufacturers to engage more deeply with the industrial internet.
Presenter(s): Petr Niedoba, Kerry O'Sullivan
Manufacturing is undergoing a digital transformation, with an increasing number of plants integrating more proactive maintenance and reliability programs into their daily operations. Designed correctly, these programs enable plant teams to collect the right data from their most critical assets and then extract actionable information from those data. This on-demand webinar showcases the ways that remote monitoring and the industrial internet can help plant teams accelerate their own digital transformation by implementing controlled, continuous, and secure data collection and analysis.
Presenter(s): Tom Muth
As manufacturers embrace Big Data, mobile and IoT technologies, new data and process integration capabilities must be added to organizations’ operations to improve effectiveness and efficiency. Discover how to become more effective in your maintenance operations by taking a holistic approach using MES and ERP as key enablers.
Presenter(s): Dan Davis
New advances in smart wireless sensor technology are providing deeper and more complete real-time visibility into the performance of machine assets that otherwise would be difficult or impossible to monitor. Join us as we examine how plants can use smart wireless sensors to drive more effective, proactive condition monitoring programs, with a focus on pressure, temperature, and humidity readings for fluid power applications.
Presenter(s): Burt Hurlock, Dan Miklovic, Tyler Pietri
Information needs have changed as well, and big data tools are now available to help. However, many plant teams and asset managers are reporting challenges to making the shift to proactive, predictive maintenance programs at their facilities. Join us for this webcast that explores some of these challenges on the ground, and which identifies ways for you and your teams to leverage big data analytics to best advantage at your facility.