ONLINE: Hitachi-ABB Power Grids Field Data to Fleet Investments Asset Performance Management – Predictive, Prescriptive & Prognostic
Tue, 13 Apr 2021 | 4.30pm WA I 6.30pm NSW,VIC,ACT,QLD I 6.00pm NT,SA
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With the advent of “big data” and significantly increasing volumes of condition and process data recorded and archived by operators a new breed of prognostic technologies is emerging. As true extensions of predictive diagnostics prognostic functions enable the shift from time- to condition-based maintenance. More specifically they promise benefits in three areas: (1) minimized downtime via suitable long-term scheduling and scoping of maintenance (2) maximized remaining useful life (RUL) of assets through intelligent load management mitigating condition gradients and (3) optimal fleet deployment taking into account future asset risk profiles. This presentation will cover some data analysis techniques as well as some example benefit case studies of applying predictive and prognostic techniques in asset intensive industries.
Robert Musca, Account Executive - Enterprise Software
Robert has been working within the WA IT scene for over 17 years. Working with the Hitachi – ABB Power Grids team for the past 18 months Roberts focus has been around Asset Management solutions with a keen interest in helping organisations change their perspective around maintenance and field staff optimisation.
Ravi Kiran, Industry Solutions Executive - APAC Utilities
Ravi Kiran has worked with Energy & Utilities focused enterprise applications for over 18 years. His key areas of interest include planning and optimisation solutions for both asset performance management as well as energy portfolio management. His recent work includes predictive and prognostic approach to asset risk management with a view of helping organisations mature from traditional time based maintenance practices to condition or risk based asset management.
Ravi has an electrical engineering degree from the National University of Singapore and an MBA from Australian Graduate School of Business University of New South Wales.
Dr Naser Hashemnia, Principal ConsultantDr. Naser Hashemnia received the B.Sc degree in Electrical Utility Engineering in 2006 and Ph.D degree in Electrical Power Engineering from Curtin University Australia in 2013 . His current position with Hitachi-ABB Power Grids is Principal Technology Consultant. He is responsible for developing the full asset intelligence portfolio includes implementing strategies to develop service solutions aimed at addressing problems with HV/MV electrical assets such as advanced diagnostics and asset management solutions by means of predictive and prognostic analytics software solution (APM) and monitoring technology.
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April 13 2021
4.30pm WA I 6.30pm NSW,VIC,ACT,QLD I 6.00pm NT,SA
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