Leading Reliability - March 26th

Training, Application, and Reinforcing E-Learning and a Day Aboard The USS Yorktown

LR March 26th

Join us at The Institute at Patriots Point for this unique event of education and applied learning with some of the top leaders in the industry for reliability, preventative, and predictive maintenance strategies. The afternoon sessions will provide application of the knowledge with simulations and "time on the tools". You will leave this session with reinforcing e-learning that you can take back and share with others in your organization. As a bonus, we are providing a leadership experience with a chance to fly the F-35 flight simulators. This is one-of-a kind learning event.

Location: USS Yorktown Charleston Mount Pleasant, SC

Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 (8am-4pm)


 

Here is a recap of our workshop from 2018!

Leading Reliability with Technology Workshop Highlights from Eruditio on Vimeo.


adrian messerAdrian Messer, CMRP  

Manager of US Operations

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Shon

Shon Isenhour, CMRP, CAMA, CCMP

Parnter at Eruditio LLC

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UE Systems & Eruditio morning sessions with Adrian Messer and Shon Isenhour

Shon Isenhour, from Eruditio and Adrian Messer, from UE Systems will be teaming up to take the attendees on a journey from failure to detection through corrective action. Utilizing techniques including predictive and preventative maintenance, root cause analysis, and implementation strategies. This session will provide an understanding of how preventative and predictive maintenance, problem solving and corrective actions can be used to drive a more reliable culture. The steps will include Detection, Identification, Investigation, Root Cause Analysis, Implementation, and Verification.  

Eruditio Afternoon Application Session:

In the afternoon session we will be completing two hands-on activities to demonstrate maintenance planning and project implementation best practices. They will be energizing and enlightening and will provide a great story to tell when you return to your site.

 


Fluke morning sessions with Alex Desselle 

In the medical world, nurses and physicians use multiple techniques and technologies to screen a patient’s health and physical condition. In the industrial sector, the maintenance and reliability professionals are the medical staff, and our patients are our assets. We need the ability to listen to what our equipment says about its condition, before it loudly informs us through smoke, fire and complete failure.

In this presentation, you will learn about the different IIoT technologies and software that are available to help teams monitor assets and aggregate data, just as medical professionals do with patients, for a clear view of symptoms so that the correct actions can be taken at the correct time to assure availability.

Fluke afternoon application session:

The afternoon practical session will allow attendees to collect data wirelessly with a series of wireless condition monitoring sensors, review the data on the cloud and complete their session by exporting the data into a printable format.

This exercise will provide an overview on a basic wireless condition monitoring system can enhance their Pd.M. program.

 

Alex Desselle

Alex Desselle

Product Application Specialist

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Matt Thornton cropMatthew Thornton

Southeast Regional Manager, UE Systems

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UE afternoon application session with Matthew Thornton:

In the manufacturing industry, maintenance and reliability is a key factor in the production of goods and materials. Airborne and structure borne ultrasound is a leading technology necessary for world class PM/PdM/RCM program for rotating equipment, lubrication best practices, steam, valve, and electrical inspections. Matt Thornton from UE Systems will be taking us down the path of utilizing ultrasound inspection tools/sensors in your facility to improve the health of these assets, decrease unplanned downtime, and pave the way for a successful and proactive program.


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The After Event 4-6PM

The first 20 attendees to sign up and commit are invited to join us for the afterhours session from 4PM until 6PM. We will be in the USS Yorktown F-35 flight simulators. Here we will talk about mission (project) planning, communication and risk, and high speed execution, while doing barrel rolls, launching missiles, and destroying targets (competitors) in this one of a kind facility that is only available though Eruditio and The Institute at Patriots Point.

To register for this event, please fill out the form below and one of our representatives will be in touch with you with more specifics as we get closer to the event!

Registration for Leading Reliability March 26th