WS5: 1/2 Day Online Condition Monitoring Workshop – Addressing the Challenges of Complex Applications

Christer Larsson, SPM Instrument Mattias Hammarsjö, SPM Instrument


This workshop is a practical, hands-on demonstration of using the high-end Intellinova online system to monitor complex applications. We will discuss various measuring techniques and optimizing settings for bearing and gear fault detection, covering a vast RPM range – from ultra-low to high-speed applications. Using multiple advanced, built-in software tools, we will analyse measurement data and discuss results. Finally, we will look at seamlessly integrating measurement results into IoT devices, platforms, applications, or services through a Rest API interface.

This workshop is an excellent opportunity to learn and share experiences in practical online condition monitoring and learn more about HD condition monitoring technology!

Bio - Christer Larsson

Christer Larsson, born 1968 in Sweden, has a work background as a mechanical engineer working for car manufacturer Volvo Cars, electric utility provider Eon ES, and ABB Motor & Generator Services. Since November 2015, he is the Head of SPM Academy training at SPM Instrument. Christer has thirty years of experience in condition monitoring, including an extensive understanding of machine tooling equipment and high precision spindles. He has done vibration and electrical motor diagnoses on-shore, off-shore, underground, and in the air, for a wide range of machines. He is a Mobius Institute instructor since 2005 and is CAT IV certified.

Bio - Mattias Hammarsjö

Mattias Hammarsjö is 46 years old. He has been working at SPM since 1st of May 2021 and started his role as Area Sales Manager 1st of September. Before this he was working as a Sales Engineer in Sweden for Emerson for approximately 3,5 years. His background is as an engineer in the environmental and energy sector with graduation in 2004. After graduation followed 8 years as a plant engineer in a small heat water plant and 5 years in the wind energy sector both as an employee and in his own company as a consultant, before starting at Emerson 2017. He has quite a broad technical background, but his entrance in the condition monitoring world started 4 years ago with Emerson.