Learn how to accelerate your facility into the 21st century's Industrial Internet of Things approach without bogging down your engineering and IT resources.

Learn how to accelerate your facility into the 21st century's Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) approach without bogging down your engineering and IT resources. Machine learning and anomaly detection can transform your asset life and plant efficiency.

This webinar will include information about:

  • Performing the right maintenance at the right time
  • Monitoring common wear-out failure modes for early detection
  • Correcting potential random failures before they cause irreversible damage

There will also be a few case studies presented that show lessons learned in improving reliability, efficiency and performance of physical assets with the help of IIoT.

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SPEAKER

Seth Tate
Seth Tate
Technical Advisor
Sulzer Rotating Equipment Services

With 14 years of experience in equipment maintenance and reliability, Seth Tate supports Sulzer Rotating Equipment Services as a Technical Advisor. Tate has been a pipeline SME, refinery engineer and mechanical seal engineer. He contributes to the efforts of SMRP and is a certified reliability leader through AMP. These experiences have enabled him to become an expert in providing technical direction, supervision, and repair training, both for the Sulzer team and customers to troubleshoot challenges of rotating equipment maintenance and repair, as well as to deliver economically justified long-term solutions.


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