Industrial Maintenance Roundtable - The Future of Maintenance

Industrial Maintenance Roundtable - The Future of Maintenance

 
SIRF Industrial Maintenance Roundtable
The Future of Maintenance
5th April 2017

Country ClubCompanies invest considerably each year in Maintenance to deliver reliability, ensure safety, quality and competitiveness.

Maintenance and Engineering managers and their work teams face a constant barrage of challenges and balancing of priorities, which can easily get them caught up in just dealing with the now, without an eye on the future of maintenance and what can get them there. Maintenance is evolving with many new innovative, advanced techniques and approaches, many leading cutting edge and emerging technologies that can not only tackle todays challenges but take maintenance into the future

What is the Future of maintenance ? what are some of the leading edge / cutting edge things being used/done in industry to take maintenance into the future. How are companies taking advantage of these to progress maintenance into the future and provide their business a competitive edge?

This roundtable is a chance to hear what people are working on or done that is futuristic with Maintenance. A chance to share best practice with others and also learn from others. The subjects cover anything related to maintenance involving people, processes, systems or equipment. In the use of Leading edge / cutting edge technology, emerging technologies, means of developing & investing in people - upskilling/training, new maintenance technologies/techniques, methodology or approaches. All the things that are taking maintenance into the future.

  • Presentations confirmed for this Roundtable (mini confernece)
     
 
 
Wannon Water

Gary McLay Asset Systems Branch Manager at Wannon water presenting on Wannon Water’s Maintenance Management Journey and Future

Campbell's Soups Presentation by Oliver Giudici and Ray Clark of Hydro Tasmania on their use of drone technology, underwater Sonar technology, remote monitoring technology and mobile devices to highlight what's out there and how it is being utilised
AAD

Presentation from Rick Rogers
Maintenance Planner
at the Australian Antarctic Division on Remote Maintenance and in challenging conditions

Cement Australia

Presentation by Marcus Courtney and Tim Auty of Cement Australia on the use of a Toy tank ! and Drones for Silo inspections and condition monitoring in confined spaces. To highlight how these reduce maintenance exposure to risks, plus reducing time, cost and complexity of doing these tasks

Engie

Stuart Carlile, Maintenance Superintendent at Bell Bay Aluminium (BBA) presenting on developing maintenance strategy for the future across multiple plants and the process utilised. Plus also sharing on their fault tree development by the maintenance teams to tackle problems in the future and development of an App to aid the process

Felix Hub

John van Bynen of FelixHub with some 25 years of experience in Vibration and Condition Monitoring, presenting on FELIX HUB - a cutting edge and ever evolving cloud based application putting data and info from multiple sources, systems and devices at your finger tips to make the right maintenance decisions


Come along and be part of what will be a great event. This is an opportunity to hear presentations and be part of discussions on what is the future of maintenance, network with your peers and find out what others in the best practice and beyond space are doing.

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Venue:
Launceston Casino - Country Club Tasmania.
Country Club Ave, Prospect Vale TAS,Launceston,Tasmania

 
 

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‘Roundtable’ (Rt) Roundtable Events are for senior and middle management and specialists looking to learn from and discuss with peers issues they are facing in and around their field of excellence. Speakers at this Roundtable Event will discuss topics around the Future of Maintenance   Agenda
Arrive at 8:30 for 9:00 start
Introductions
Opening presentation
Morning Tea
Presentations
Lunch
Presentations
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Maintenance and Engineering  Managers, team leaders, supervisors and Trades,  Reliability Engineers and anyone interested in the Future of Maintenance
Date:   Wednesday April 5th, 2016
Time:   Arrive at 8:30 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 15:30
Address:   Country Club Ave, Prospect Vale, Launceston,Tasmania
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Casual Dress
Special Note:   None
For Inquiries Contact:
Alain Le Bon
Brian Niven
0439 612 620
0439 612 609
alain.lebon@sirfrt.com.au
brian.niven@sirfrt.com.au
 

 

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