It's not about simply spending less on maintenance, it's about working differently - working smarter - to create more reliable mining operations. Join us to learn how you can optimize your mining operation and achieve better uptime, efficiency, and profitability.
With demand and prices for mined materials at record highs, the potential profit for mining companies is steadily increasing. Consequently, downtime is more expensive and uptime is much more valuable.
A mining operation's reliance upon its machinery has never been as important as it is today. It's essential that mining operators can rely on their equipment to function at full capacity for the entirety of its planned useful life.
Unreliable assets can have an enormous negative impact on production and profit- not to mention the possible risk to human life and the environment. That is why today's top companies are focused on solving how to reduce unplanned downtime while still saving money and improving their bottom line.
Bob Craft, Senior Product Manager, Baker Hughes Responsible for the overall lifecycle management of the Bently Nevada permanently installed wired condition monitoring and evaluation instrument portfolio. His first 20 years in the technology-based machinery condition monitoring and evaluation industry were as a Customer and end user. The more recent 20 have been as a field application engineer helping Customers achieve their reliability improvement objectives through the use of vibration monitoring technology. Having worked on machinery ranging from nuclear and fossil fueled to wind power generation, through cruise ship podded propulsion systems and locomotives, to paper machines to name just a few, he brings solid Customer focus to the product management role. Bob is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, NY with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Jackie Tappan, Condition Monitoring Software Lead Baker Hughes As the System 1 Technical Product Manager, Jackie guides product vision and manages the ever-evolving backlog of features. She has led multi-country user research initiatives, collecting input from 300 unique end-users across 5 continents that has directly impacted the vision of the System 1 Platform. Jackie has a master's degree in human systems Engineering from MIT, where she was formally trained in User Domain Analyses, Interaction Design, and Usability Testing.