What’s next in maintenance? A look at transformational impacts of AI, Industry 4.0, and IIoT

In this webinar, Fluke experts Adam Kornak and Brian Harrison explore topics such as artificial intelligence vs. intelligent automation, virtual reality vs. augmented reality, and the implications of IIoT-enabled mobility for maintenance and reliability.

What can we and should we be doing today to prepare for tomorrow? Where can we invest today’s dollars for driving near-term ROI and building a foundation for future technologies?

Adam Kornak, VP Enterprise Solutions, Fluke Reliability

Adam Kornak joined Fluke Digital Systems (FDS) in January 2018 as the Enterprise leader. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field of information technology, business process re-engineering, IT transformation, and global sales leadership. Prior to joining FDS, Adam led the Digital Transformation and Emerging Technologies professional services practice at IBM. Kornak and his team were responsible for large multi-million dollar digital and IT strategy projects across all major verticals focused on digital, cloud, mobility, end user computing, and IoT (Internet of Things). Prior to working for IBM, Kornak worked with Microsoft for 10 years in various global leadership capacities, including leading the Nokia Alliance, managing the OEM strategy, and working with Microsoft’s largest enterprise customers. Adam also grew a start-up business from inception to acquisition and spent many years in at Ernst and Young LLP in various management consulting roles.

Brian Harrison, Industry Lead for IIoT, Fluke Reliability

Harrison has more than 10 years of experience in the field of enterprise asset management leveraging best-of-breed solutions and current industry leading practices. He has worked on enterprise projects across the 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 and in support of ISO55001, CBM and ICM.

Original session held on September 25, 2019

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