100% of survey respondents said they would recommend our seminars to a colleague
Our Condition Monitoring Technical Seminars on “Best Practices for Operational Excellence in the Power and Industrial Sector” were a big hit with delegates from the UK and abroad.
The event began with Simon Speak, our UK & Ireland Sales Manager, giving guests a warm HVPD welcome and an introduction to our business.
Following Simon, our Technical Director, Dr Malcolm Seltzer-Grant gave an informative presentation on PD testing and monitoring of 11 kV Air Insulated Switchgear.
Our first guest expert speaker of the day was Dr Richard Heywood, Managing Director of Doble Engineering Company, who gave a presentation on “Condition Monitoring of Transformers”.
Next speaker we welcomed to the stage was Mark Smith, European Sales Manager from Preformed Windings, who spoke about “Best Practices within HV Coil Manufacture”.
After the lunch break we had Carl Johnstone, founder of i4 Asset Management presenting on “Sustainable Condition Monitoring Content High Level Approach to Implementing Condition Monitoring Strategies.”
Next up was Dr Alhussein Albarbar from The Manchester Metropolitan University, who gave his presentation on “Advances in the Iot & Industry 4.0 for Condition Monitoring.”
Our final guest speaker was David Simpson, Business Development Manager from Parsons Peebles, whose presentation on “Condition Monitoring and Life Extension within HV Motors and Generators.” was a nice way to round off the session.
Thank you to everyone who attended and presented at the event. Feedback we have received so far indicates that guests found the day’s content to be useful, and everyone we asked said they would recommend these seminars to a colleague.
As industry innovators, we are always looking for ways in which to improve on our offerings, so if there is anything you would like to see more of in the future, any burning questions you want answered, please get in touch. We are proud to be in a position where we are able to bring so many experts together to share an ever-expanding pool of knowledge across a number of different industries.