Key Tips for Installing Wireless Sensors in a Predictive Maintenance Program
Interested in starting a predictive maintenance program with wireless vibration sensors? Starting with the right steps can place your program on a path of long-term maintenance success. Join our vibration sensor team as they walk through the important steps to consider and share tips on how to begin setting up your program and your sensor. Covered during the webinar will be a run through of how two companies started their reliability journey. Follow their steps to understand the challenges they faced, their successes and how they can grow their program going forward.
Samantha LeSesne, Senior Product Manager, Fluke Reliability
Samantha LeSesne has been a Senior Product Manager for hardware and software solutions since 2021 focusing on sensors. From 2019 to 2021 she was a Product Manager for condition-based monitoring solutions. She has more than two years experience as a Product Marketing Manager with Fluke and has held various marketing manager positions with responsibility for product management, sales training and marketing support, NPI marketing campaigns, and market analysis.
John Bernet, Mechanical Application and Product Specialist, Fluke Reliability
John Bernet is a Mechanical Application and Product Specialist for Fluke. Using his 30-plus years of experience in maintenance and operation of nuclear power plants and machinery in other plants, John has worked with customers in all industries implementing reliability programs. He is a Certified Category II Vibration Analyst with over 20 years of experience diagnosing machine faults and a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP). John served in the U.S. Navy as an electrician for 12 years.
Original session held on June 1, 2022