The workshop will be a practical hands-on demonstration of how to use a state of the art on-line system to monitor a challenging application. During the workshop we will discuss different measuring techniques and how to optimize the settings for bearing and gear fault detection covering the whole RPM range – from ultra-low to high speed applications. The measurement data will be analyzed using different advanced built in tools in our software, and the results will be discussed.
Finally, the results will be shared through a Rest API interface very suitable for Indstry 4.0 integration.
This is a great opportunity to learn and share experience in the field of on-line condition monitoring, and learn more about HD Technology!
Bio - Stefan Furness
Stefan Furness has worked in different industries as an electrical engineer for over 20 years, in mining, steel, cement, chemical and pharmaceutical industry just to mention some of them. The last 17 years he has been working within condition monitoring businesses and is now stationed in SPM head office in Sweden as a Global Area Sales Manager. He has been working as a teacher, installation engineer, service and repair engineer, technical sales engineer and sales manager in tasks, all from computer programming to X-ray analytical work, in a world spread focus in all, from small companies to world leading concerns.
Bio - Tim Sundstrom
Tim Sundström, born 1964 in Sweden, has a M.Sc. degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from Linköping University, Sweden. For over twenty years, he has been specializing in electronics development and has held managerial positions in the field since 1992. In 2001, he joined SPM Instrument as head of Research and Development, where he has been deeply involved in SPM HD development and field evaluations.