Machinery Sensors and Information Technology: Industry Sensors II—Let's Organize Data
Thomas W. Pelletiers, Kymera International
Blaine Stebick, Phoenix Sintered Metals LLC
William R. Gasbarre, FAPMI, Gasbarre Products, Inc.
Daniel P. Reardon, Abbott Furnace Company
The ability to control processes is directly related to monitoring the variables driving the process. In PM, temperature, velocity, flow, position, pressure, and force are all examples of data critical to the quality of product produced. Developments in sensors monitoring and controlling various processes in the PM industry are explored defining current state-of-the-art, emerging new technology, and the architecture used to deliver this data to enterprise wide information systems. Combining the data can enable real time decisions improving quality, efficiency, accuracy, and delivery.
Session Chairman: William R. Gasbarre, FAPMI, Gasbarre Products, Inc.
Overview of Industrial Data Collection Systems
Gasbarre Products, Inc.
I Have Data! Now What?
Jeffrey F. Chileski,
Abbott Furnace Company