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NI hosts free New Trends in Condition Monitoring webcast series

25 April 2016

NI will host a series of New Trends in Condition Monitoring webcasts, from 9 to 13 May, 2016.

Operation and maintenance managers as well as condition monitoring experts are constantly challenged to increase revenue, reduce costs and risk, and increase worker safety. All without spending more. 

These webcasts will detail how the risk and cost of failure is increasing, and why more companies are turning to 24/7 on-line predictive maintenance to improve the effectiveness of their workforce, whilst also reducing downtime. 

This virtual event features experts from Politecnico di Milano, Schaeffler Group, Allied Reliability Group, Laborelec, AREVA GmbH and University of West Bohemia, who will highlight industry trends and best practices. 

Webinar content

- What is a smart investment in maintenance? / 9 and 10 May
- Lessons learned in power generation condition monitoring / 10 and 11 May
- Applying predictive maintenance to large scale deployments / 11 and 12 May
- Why you need a custom condition monitoring system / 12 and 13 May

Webinar format  
                                                                             
Listen to NI experts in a live one-hour session, ask your questions directly and interact with NI, either during the presentation with a live chat, or after the webcast. 

The session and the live chat will be held in English. Webcasts will then be available to watch on demand after the series is complete. 

To register, click here.


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