Laat je verrassen op 25 maart 2014 in de workshop Innovative solutions for predictive maintenance and performance optimization in industry.
Key note speaker Herman Baets, president van de European Federation of National Maintenance Societies, werpt met ‘Operations strategy leads to an optimized maintenance support’ een blik op de toekomst. Negen toponderzoekers van FMTC, KU Leuven en VUB stellen de strategie, de opportuniteiten van de Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE), de methoden en tools voor. Projectleider Andrei Bartic, FMTC, sluit de workshop af met ‘From predictive maintenance to predictive manufacturing – the Big Data challenge for industry’.
Registration of the participants
Welcome and introduction to the POM2 project (Andrei Bartic, FMTC)
Operations strategy leads to an optimized maintenance support – keynote presentation by Herman Baets, president of the European Federation of National Maintenance Societies and former director technical governance at BASF
Low-cost sensors as key enabler for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance (Abdellatif Bey-Temsamani, FMTC)
Improved bearing lifetime prediction through modeling and calculation of the exact forces experienced by bearings under dynamic load (David Moens, KUL-PMA)
Spot light session – each research group will shortly highlight the topic of its poster and demonstrator
Lunch, poster session and demonstrators
Prediction of remaining useful lifetime of industrial machinery (Beau Piccart, FMTC and Rocco Langone, KUL-STADIUS)
Modeling and optimization of machine performance (Jan Lemeire, VUB and Adriaan van Horenbeek, KUL-CIB)
Coffee break and poster sessions
Optimization of process and product quality using Evolutionary Operation methods (Koen Rutten, KUL-MeBIOS)
Charge optimal control of battery driven equipment (Bovic Kilundu, FMTC)
From predictive maintenance to predictive manufacturing – the Big Data challenge for industry (Andrei Bartic, FMTC)
Questions and answers
Date: Tuesday, March 25th, 2014, from 9h00 till 16h15.
Spoken Language: English
Participation: Free, budget provided by the IWT-SBO POM2 (100031) project. Registration is required: mailto firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. A free sandwich lunch is included. Max 100 participants.