Mobius Institute, the worldwide provider of vibration analysis, condition monitoring, and reliability training & certification, today announced its CEO, Mr. Jason Tranter will provide the keynote address at the Emerson (NYSE: EMR) Connect Tour series of events held by the Emerson Automation Solutions. The events will host workshops and seminars targeting production optimization, reliability improvement, plant safety, and emissions reduction. In addition, its international speakers and local experts will present Reliability & Operational Certainty case studies across multiple industries.
Jason Tranter has 30 years’ experience in condition monitoring and reliability improvement and is the founder and CEO of Mobius Institute; an organization that provides on-line and live training in the areas of condition monitoring and reliability improvement via nearly 100 training centers in 50 countries worldwide, and provides ISO accredited certification in key condition monitoring technologies. Mr. Tranter has numerous condition monitoring and reliability articles published and has delivered presentations around the world.
Mr. Tranter’s keynote address, titled “Condition Monitoring & Reliability” presents how condition monitoring, coupled with the pursuit of improved reliability, can help a business achieve its goals by reducing costs, increasing output, and reducing risk. It will briefly explore these benefits and then demonstrate visually how fixed and rotating equipment provide early warnings of both the pending failure and the root-causes that result in failure. With the right data and the appropriate approach, these benefits can be realized.
Mr. Tranter will present his keynote address at Emerson Connect Tour events in Brisbane on August 28, in Melbourne on August 30, and in Perth on September 1, 2017.
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Published Date: 8/23/2017