Mobius Institute welcomes CBM Connect’s new editorial board, comprised of industry thought leaders to guide its rich resource of condition-based maintenance multimedia content for CBM professionals
Mobius Institute, today announced that it has formed the CBM Connect™ 2019 Editorial Board. The new editorial board will serve a one-year term helping to guide quality educational content selection and presentation on the popular CBM Connect media portal for industrial professionals. The board represents industry leaders from around the world, including Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America, South Africa, and the USA.
2019 CBM CONNECT Editorial Board
- Dennis Swanepoel, WearCheck, South Africa
- Ernesto Primera, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), USA/Latin America
- K.N.V Subrahmanyam, Singlepeak Lube Technologies, India
- Nolan Williamson, Novelis, USA
- Paul Dufresne, Reliability Playbook, USA
- Pavel Yakobson, International Paper, Europe
- Stefan Minnaar, INPEX, Australia
- Tim De Block, Fyraco Solutions, Europe
- Vamsidhar, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, India
The editorial board will also contribute content based on their own experiences, review all third-party content contributions, and invite new contributors in the condition-based maintenance industry to share their successes with the CBM Connect community. Additionally, the board will provide insight and guidance to Mobius Institute’s 2019 CBM Conference™ events held in Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and the USA.
CBM Connect is an online educational portal that serves the CBM professional community, by delivering multimedia content in many forms including webinars, articles, videos, case studies, interviews, online learning paths, and expert knowledge sharing to help practitioners learn. Practitioners can also contribute their own case studies articles and experiences that will benefit others involved in condition monitoring technologies and condition-based maintenance.
“We are so very proud of our diversely talented and experienced editorial board members, who through their contributions will make CBM Connect an even stronger resource for the CBM community“, said Jason Tranter, founder, and CEO of Mobius Institute. “At Mobius, we strive continuously to bring the best education and learning experiences forward, and having such a strong board is a great thing for all the consumers of our media and conference business.”
To learn more about CBM Connect, visit www.CBMconnect.com.
To learn more about CBM Conference, visit www.theCBMconference.com.
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Published Date: 11/6/2018