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NAA Webinar: Predictive maintenance, in partnership with NAA member, Senseye, Thursday 25th July

Start date: 25/07/2019
Cost: Free Please register via Link

In this webinar you will have the opportunity to understand why predictive maintenance is so important to your manufacturing operations and how Senseye is working with manufacturers within the automotive industry to reduce unplanned machine downtime by 50%…

Thursday 25th July, 11:00am

Online (link will be sent once registered)

Guest speaker: We will be joined by Rowan Egan, Chief Executive at the Northern Automotive Alliance, who will be sharing his views and perspective of the automotive manufacturing industry, and some of the major challenges companies are facing in today’s environment.

Topics include:

  • The why – Why do predictive maintenance in the first place?
  • The how – How Senseye utilises your existing industry 4.0 investments
  • The what – What Senseye does to enable predictive maintenance using your operational data collected
  • A LIVE demonstration

Who should attend?

This webinar will be of particular interest to maintenance & production engineers/managers as well as manufacturing operations executives in the automotive industry. The content is designed to ease everyone into the topic of scalable Predictive Maintenance.

Register Now

Feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues and networks. We look forward to you joining us.

This webinar will be recorded so even if you can’t make the live session, register now to receive the link to the recorded webinar.

For more information or to get in touch please email marketing@senseye.io or call +44 (0)845 838 8615.

https://info.senseye.io/the-journey-to-scalable-predictive-maintenance

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