Join the quest toward connected reliability
November 12-14, 2019 | Fort Myers, Florida
Jump-start your usage of eMaint X4 CMMS with this comprehensive beginner course! During this session, you will get hands-on training on the eMaint X4 interface and navigation, and introductions to work order management, PM management, inventory management, and reporting.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
This intensive, hands-on training workshop is designed to help users master the robust reporting and dashboard tools within eMaint. Topics include: basics of report creation; joining tables in reports; auto-generating reports; calculated fields in reports; and graphs, instruments and dashboards.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Price: $300 for Workshop | $299 for Exam
Discover a new context we call Reliability Leadership™ based on the Uptime® Elements™ Reliability Framework and Asset Management System™. At Xcelerate18, attend a one-day overview workshop and complete a 2-hour optional exam to achieve your CRL certification!
|12:30-2:30pm||CRL Workshop cont.|
The next-generation CMMS, eMaint X5, is here! There’s no better place than Xcelerate to get in-depth training on eMaint X5 features and migration. Sessions include training on navigation, migrating from X4, work orders, administrator functions, tips and tricks, and more!
Technology is important, but having a team culture of reliability-minded members is critical. Without team buy-in, the high-tech gadgets may collect dust on a shelf. Attend these sessions to learn how to move from reactive to proactive strategies and how to make sure your team becomes enthusiastic about the process.
Culture change and adoption are critical, but after your team is on board, you need a plan to use the tools and technology to be successful. You want to gain some quick wins to share with your team and all other stakeholders. This track helps you learn about the different asset health technology types available and how they can be used to improve your daily workflows.
If you are just learning about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the technology and benefits involved, this track is for you. Gain information on cloud storage and data streaming and how to integrate data from multiple sources to streamline your maintenance and reliability processes.
|Tuesday, November 13, 2018|
|5:00pm – 7:00pm||Registration and welcome reception|
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
|7:00am – 8:00am||Registration and breakfast|
|8:00am – 8:15am||Welcome and housekeeping|
|8:15am – 9:00am||“The 5 traits of a reliability super hero… and 5 skills they can retire” by Shon Isenhour, Founding Partner at Eruditio|
In this session, Shon will discuss what tools and skills every good reliability superhero will need to be successful in their facility. He’ll be taking a deeper look into predictive maintenance and maintenance management systems and how they can enable you, the superhero, to fight off downtime and unreliable assets. Join us for a fun and informative look at the personal superpowers you will want to develop and refine for 2019.
|9:15am – 9:45am||“Fluke Accelix” by David O’Reilly, President of Fluke Digital Systems|
|9:45am – 10:30am||“The $37 billion problem — workplace errors” by Jake Mazulewicz, Ph.D.|
Preventable errors in the workplace can end lives, ruin careers, and capsize company reputations overnight. Some teams manage workplace errors far more effectively than others. What works? What doesn’t? Join us to learn the fundamentals of three core error management strategies used by pilots, surgeons, wildland firefighters, elite military units, and other high-reliability teams. You’ll walk away with practical techniques that you can apply immediately, as well as eye-opening insights that can help you improve reliability and safety in your workplace for years to come.
|10:45am – 11:30am|
Have you seen eMaint X5?
One year in: Take a guided tour through PGT’s challenges and successes
Technology choices along the P-F curve
ISO55000: Using IIoT to improve asset management
|11:45am – 12:30pm|
eMaint X5 work order management and scheduler
How to develop a team built for reliability
Safety: Keep that distance
Asset classification: The first step in implementing wireless sensors
|12:30pm – 2:15pm||Lunch|
|2:15pm – 3:00pm|
eMaint X5 scheduled work orders and integration
The first human performance tool and four questions to help you learn from every project
Vibration tools vs sensors: Which is the champion?
Baselining and trending asset data for PdM
|3:15pm – 4:00pm|
eMaint X5 administrator features
Building a customized program: How NEFCO developed their CBM strategy
Ask the Fluke experts Q&A panel
Mobility and it’s impact on your facility (panel)
|4:00pm – 6:00pm||Exhibits, meetings, networking|
|6:00pm – 10:00pm||Dinner reception: Tribute to our reliability and maintenance heroes|
Thursday, November 15, 2018
|7:00am – 8:00am||Breakfast|
|8:00am – 9:00am||“Are you making the best possible use of your reliability journey?” by Nancy Regan|
Imagine four infinite quadrants. Quadrants one, two, and three assure success, but quadrant four promises failure. Join Nancy on a journey through all four quadrants. Using three of the most valuable lessons her mentor taught her – and a simple physics equation – she’ll show you how to plot your way to reliability superhero status.
|9:00am – 10:00am||Real world vs. world class (panel)|
|10:15am – 11:00am|
eMaint X5 reporting
“Maintenance and reliability fundamentals” by Nancy Regan
How to build a bridge between teams and departments (panel)
Connected reliability: How to simplify the IIoT
|11:15am – 12:00pm|
eMaint X5 migration and support
Journey through power monitoring: case study
KPIs to help improve motor health
Closing the reliability gap with mobility at the Dana Toledo Plant
|12:00pm – 2:00pm||Lunch|
|2:00pm – 2:45pm|
Coming soon to eMaint X5
How to scale a healthy reliability program
How to combine condition monitoring technologies
Data-driven decisions: what’s next?
|3:00pm – 3:45pm||“Survival skills for R&M superheroes of the next decade” by Klause Blache|
Data volumes are becoming almost incomprehensible. Machine intelligence, artificial intelligence, wireless, 3D printing, augmented reality, virtual reality, interconnectivity, smart wearables, autonomous vehicles and robotics, blockchain, virtual assistants, and many more weren’t even in picture five to ten years ago (and still aren’t) for many reliability and maintainability (R&M) initiatives. Big data collects lots of information, but analysis of that data is rarely done. Most companies are still struggling to improve and survive day-to-day. Over 25 years ago, better reliability and maintenance practices were identified as being key to improved manufacturing capability in the United States. There has been some improvement, but implementation and culture are still roadblocks. In this session we will be discussing what R&M is needed to be successful as new challenges and opportunities evolve.
|3:45pm – 4:00pm||President’s closing notes|