How to get the best ROI for digitalizing your asset maintenance

The current crisis is making the benefits and value of flexibility in the Industrial Internet of Things more obvious than ever. It is driving more people to investigate how the cloud and IIoT with software-connected equipment and advanced analytics tools can turn data volumes into meaningful maintenance intelligence accessible onsite or remotely. However, maintenance leaders and decision makers need to be clear on what they’re getting. In this webinar, IIoT experts Kevin Clark and Brian Harrison discuss how organizations can assess their current infrastructure and plan highly successful pilot programs to leverage the IIoT. This webinar may also help professionals in the process industries.

Kevin Clark, Vice President, Fluke Reliability

Brian Harrison, Industry Lead for IIoT, Fluke Reliability

Kevin Clark, CMRP, was the Vice President of Fluke Reliability. He has more than 25 years of experience in operations leadership focusing on engineering, asset management, IT, supply, manufacturing automation, and safety systems. A Fluke leader since 2016, he previously served as a Senior Practice Director for Perficient, as a Manufacturing Engineer at Caterpillar, and held positions at Johnson & Johnson, including Manufacturing Equipment Excellence (ME2) global leadership. Clark is a longstanding member of the Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals and has been a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional since 2004.

Brian Harrison has more than 10 years of experience in the field of enterprise asset management, applying best-of-breed solutions and current industry leading practices. He has worked on enterprise projects across industries, including public sector, manufacturing, and aviation. Deploying a blend of EAM, Mobile, and IIoT solutions, he has delivered high value projects leveraging Reliability Centered Maintenance in support of ISO55001, CBM, and ICM.

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Original session held on July 8, 2020

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