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2024 Machine Health is Business Health

Join this webinar where Plant Services discusses with Augury, a leader in Machine and Process Health Solutions the results of surveyed manufacturing leaders.

May 21, 2024 

11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT / 8:00 AM PT / 4:00 PM BST

Duration: 1 hour 

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A lot has changed in manufacturing over the past year–but how are those changes impacting machine health, workforce issues, and tech investment strategies?

Plant Services and Augury, a leader in Machine Health and Process Health solutions, surveyed manufacturing leaders to find out. Join us on May 21 to discuss the results of the survey and learn:

  • About YoY trends in predictive maintenance and machine health challenges
  • How your machine health practices compare to industry leaders
  • Strategies for minimizing operational risks caused by asset failure

 Register now.


Dave Penrith | Former Global Chief Engineer


Dave has a 35-year career at a global FMCG Company, retired as Global Chief Engineer. He is member of the Executive leadership team for the end-to-end supply chain digital transformation with manufacturing at the heart of that work, presenting the technology when the company received Gartner “SC Master” status.

Dave developed a broad Industry 4.0 capability within engineering and deployed automation and robotics thousands of applications whilst upgrading the skill set within engineering. Dave designed and implemented digital technology across both manufacturing and engineering; and presented at the Microsoft Inspire event, on the power of Digital Twins and how they are revolutionizing the factory environment.

Nicholas Leeder | Founder of the award-winning Nick Leeder & Co Limited digital transformation co-pilot advisory firm

Mr. Leeder’s industry experience of industrial transformations, including Industry 4.0 has spanned over 25 years. In this period, he has been at the forefront of how new and digital technologies can be employed to increase operating margins and revenue growth. He has focused on the changes and challenges to design, manufacture, operate, and service things for a smart, connected world beyond the buzzwords and the hype. He is acknowledged by the World Economic Forum as being a global expert in advanced manufacturing and digital transformation, and he has had numerous awards recognising his contribution to the industry.


Tom Wilk | Editor in Chief | Plant Services

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