Using IOT and AI to Transform Operations, Improve Sustainability, and Increase Readiness
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August 18, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Using IOT and AI to Transform Operations, Improve Sustainability, and Increase Readiness
If your agency’s day-to-day operations are critically dependent on assets – such as processing equipment, facilities equipment, and infrastructure at large repair sites – maximizing uptime is a constant challenge. Without timely maintenance, equipment failure can be catastrophic, directly impacting operations and reducing mission readiness. The traditional approach of scheduled manual periodic checks and asset condition reporting can’t keep up. Modern agencies need a continuous, 24/7 approach to asset monitoring, and new technologies are making this possible.
Low-cost wireless sensors installed on equipment as part of an Internet of Things (IoT) platform enable remote, constant asset monitoring. Data from the sensors is automatically gathered and analyzed using AI software to accurately determine machine health and required maintenance. This helps minimize needless machine overhauls, eliminate premature machine failure, and achieve large savings in spare parts inventory and reduced equipment downtime.
IoT and AI can also significantly improve the sustainability of large facilities. Facilities maintenance powered by these next-generation technologies can significantly reduce operational costs, minimize the energy footprint, and optimize working conditions.
Attend the webinar on August 18th to learn more about:
1. Efficiency and savings from continuous monitoring of assets
2. Widespread adoption of wireless sensors to create an Internet of Things
3. Using AI to analyze large volumes of data gathered from sensors
Acting Deputy CIO of Architecture, Engineering, Technology, & Innovation, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of the Chief Information Officer
Allison H. Azevedo
Acting Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Commissioner, Public Buildings Service, United States General Services Administration
Dr. Craig H. Martell
Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer, Office of the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer, Deputy Secretary of Defense, United States Department of Defense (pending approval)
Capt. Dana F. Simon
Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division, Naval Sea Systems Command, United States Department of the Navy (invited)
CEO, SymphonyAI Industrial
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
Founder, KpattonConsulting, LLC
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