Fluke + Everactive Lead Panel at Xcelerate20 on Wireless Vibration Sensor Pilot Program
Everactive will join new partner, Fluke Corporation, for a panel discussion at the company’s Xcelerate20 conference, taking place virtually November 17-19, 2020.
On Wednesday, November 18 at 2:00 pm EST, Everactive’s Predictive Maintenance Advisor, Tom Ross, will join Fluke executives for the panel “Starting (and finishing) a Wireless Vibration Sensor Pilot that fit your needs.” Panel participants will explore the right timing for starting a sensor pilot, how to define pilot success in your facility and when to move from a pilot to a full program. Fluke panel participants include Application Specialist, John Bernet, Product Marketing Manager, Samantha LeSesne and Senior Product Manager, Catherine Brogan.
“Maintenance and reliability personnel are looking for new ways to implement equipment monitoring and predictive maintenance processes, especially given the evolving work conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Ross. “Giving careful consideration when beginning and implementing a sensor pilot will set the team up for success in getting leadership approval for a full program and we’re excited to join our new partner Fluke on this panel.”
Everactive develops batteryless Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, including its Steam Trap Monitoring and Machine Health Monitoring solutions for continuous data collection and analysis of critical industrial equipment.
Fluke Corporation announced its investment in Everactive in September, and the company’s President, Marc Tremblay, assumed a seat on Everactive’s Board of Directors.
To learn more and to register, visit https://xcelerate.accelix.com.
Everactive produces data intelligence for the physical world. Operating without batteries, the company’s always-on wireless sensors deliver continuous cloud-based analytics at a scale not possible with battery-powered devices. Everactive’s end-to-end solutions are built upon groundbreaking advances in ultra-low-power circuit design and wireless communication that allow it to power its Eversensors exclusively from harvested energy. The company has developed the required networking and cloud software to deliver an out-of-the-box service focused on providing high-value insights from newly generated and self-sustaining data streams. For more information, please visit: www.everactive.com.