“The new offering is designed to allow everyone in an organization to have the information they need about the asset base in an industrial plant,” says Glenn Gardner, business development manager at Fluke. The user can also look at the health status of individual machines and see how the status has changed over time. What’s unique about the offering, says Gardner, is that it delivers the specialized information for the plant manager, supervisor, engineer and technician level.
The information-packed event took place at the company’s headquarters in Everett, Wash., and featured several panel discussions on “Roadblocks to reliability and thermography adoption” and “Technology solutions and opportunities,” and keynote addresses on the state of the industry and reliability.
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