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Free Ultrasound in the IIoT webinar

04 February 2021

IP&E HAS announced its latest free-to-attend webinar. Brought to you in association with leader in ergonomically designed portable ultrasound devices, UE Systems, 'Ultrasound in the IIoT: Monitoring & Lubricating Bearings Remotely' will take place on Wednesday 24th February at 10.30am.

Remote condition monitoring of bearings and precision lubrication executed anywhere, anytime, and from any device, is already a reality. Pairing the Internet of Things with Ultrasonic sensors has brought the development of innovative maintenance solutions that will take condition monitoring of assets to a whole new level, allowing maintenance teams to stop most bearing failures at its tracks.

Presenter, UK and Ireland Manager at UE Systems Europe, Christopher Hallam, will take attendees through the technology and how it can be best applied to help achieve premature failure detection, reduction or even elimination of downtime, increased productivity and reduced overall replacement cost.

About the speaker

Hallam is an electrical engineer and trainer by trade, from Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. He has spent the last five years at UE Systems supporting industry in implementing predictive maintenance programs and energy savings schemes, utilising ultrasound technology.

With his extensive experience, skills and knowledge of maintenance activities in industrial facilities, Hallam has become the foremost UK and Ireland reference when it comes to ultrasound technology applied to predictive maintenance and energy savings. Using his background knowledge in engineering to find simple solutions to complex problems, he also a successful track record in training users to become competent ultrasound Inspectors.

Registration

To register for this CPD Accredited Webinar on Ultrasound in the IIoT: Monitoring & Lubricating Bearings Remotely click here

 
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