Avoid the 3 Main Failure Modes of Electrical Power Critical Assets

Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Time: 11 am EDT

Duration: 60 Minutes

Did you know there is a way to continuously monitor your critical electrical assets? Many of you are manually monitoring the condition but, it is not continuous. What happens in between manual rounds makes you vulnerable to asset failure.

There is a real-time continuous monitoring technology available. By using non-invasive, wireless, passive sensors you can be alerted for potential equipment failure with measurements in temperature, partial discharge and humidity.

What you will learn:   
Learn how continuous, real-time, non-invasive monitoring can help you avoid unexpected downtime and catastrophic failure of electrical power critical assets. 

Who should attend:

TitlesTechnician/Analyst/Specialist, Project Manager/Lead, Operator, Plant or General Manager, Supervisor/Manager/Dept. Head, Engineer, VP of Generation

Job Functions: Engineering-Instrumentation, Plant Management/Finance, Purchasing, Engineering, Maintenance/Service, Production, Quality, Safety/Compliance, Engineering - Control Systems, Instrumentation/Controls, Operations, Project Management, Reliability, I&E, I&C professionals

Hear from this expert:

Jonathan Murray 
Critical Asset Monitoring Solutions Expert 

Jonathan Murray, is a Critical Asset Monitoring Solutions Expert with Emerson. Jonathan has over thirteen years of experience working in the areas of smart grid, switchgear, critical asset monitoring and energy storage. 


Aaron Larson
Executive Editor 

Aaron is an engineer who has worked at nuclear, biomass, and coal power plants, where he gained significant operations, maintenance, safety, financial, and management experience. He has also served in the Navy, earned a BS in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College, holds an MBA in financial management from City University of Seattle, and is credentialed as a Chief “A” Boiler Engineer. Aaron writes news and feature stories on a variety of topics.
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