Maintenance 4.0 panel discussion at Plant & Asset Management Exhibition to discuss the future of asset management
Maintenance 4.0 will be a key Taking Industry Live panel discussion at the forthcoming Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-location of events alongside it at the NEC, Birmingham, including Drives & Controls and Smart Industry Expo (5-7 April).
This important panel discussion will look at the arguments surrounding the benefits, challenges, and overall importance of implementing a Maintenance 4.0 strategy in today’s factories and plants. It will be chaired by Prof John Ahmet Erkoyuncu, Cranfield University who will be joined by by Dean Whittle, Senior Reliability Engineer, RMS Reliability, Matt Grogan, Technical Sales Engineer, SPM Instrument UK, and Daniel Phillips-Fern, IXON UK & Ireland Country Manager.
Maintenance 4.0 includes a holistic view of sources of data, ways to connect it, ways to collect it, and ways to analyse it, and is a machine-assisted digital form of all the things we have being doing for the past 40 years to ensure our assets deliver value for our organisations.
Online registration has now opened for visitors wanting to attend The Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-location of events which will take place at Birmingham National Exhibition Centre from 5-7 April 2022.