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Predictive Maintenance 2020

Join 100+ utility maintenance leaders to discuss managing the migration to predictive maintenance to maximise asset lifecycles and reduce costs in a more dynamic grid environment

The premier Predictive Maintenance 2020 conference, exhibition and networking forum takes place 14-16 January 2020 in Berlin and brings together 100+ utility maintenance leaders, to review the practical application and future possibilities of predictive maintenance. This end-user driven, implementation focused conference includes 14+ utility case studies, to create a comprehensive picture of the predictive maintenance architecture for our audience as they continue to develop and innovate their maintenance strategies. Sessions will focus on key aspects of developing predictive maintenance capabilities by addressing the kinds of technologies, data management practices and open platforms that will become an integral part of the digitised utility's tool set.

Alongside the case-study programme, there is a utility strategy panel session, a technology innovation panel discussion, intimate end-user round table debates, a live demo lab of the latest systems and solutions, an exhibition areas displaying state of the art tools and technologies, and an evening networking reception open to all participants.


14 Jan 2020 @ 08:00 am

16 Jan 2020 @ 05:30 pm

Duration: 2 days, 9 hours




000 Berlin


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