IMIC will analyse the maintenance experiences of user companies

|IMIC will analyse the maintenance experiences of user companies

IMIC will analyse the maintenance experiences of user companies

Speakers from large automotive, aeronautical and energy user companies like Petronor Innovación, BBG-Bahía de Bizkaia Gas, Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce or ITP Aero have already confirmed their attendance to IMIC- Industrial Maintenance Innovation Conference on 28th and 29th May. Their experience applying technology to improve maintenance, with real results that can be extrapolated to other highly demanding sectors, offers valuable information to companies of different profiles.

IMIC’s programme also includes top-class international professionals, representatives of Rolls Royce, GE Automation & Controls, Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, the International Measurement Confederation IMEKO, Lulea University of Technology in Sweden, VTT Technical Research Centre in Finland, and the University of Lorraine in France. The programme will cover the Industry 4.0 principles and their application to predictive and advanced maintenance on the first day, the 28th; and on the 29th, Technical Support Services (TSS) and servitisation will be discussed.

In addition, IMIC will combine the congress space with an exhibition area where companies involved in the following activities will participate: climate control solutions, innovative technologies in the field of data acquisition and analysis, hardware and software systems for localisation and noise analysis, monitoring and remote control technologies, advanced industrial cyber-security, industrial electronics equipment, business mobility solutions, information technology systems consulting, and machine and equipment repair and maintenance.

IMIC-Industrial Maintenance Innovation Conference is organised by EasyFairs and Bilbao Exhibition Centre, and is sponsored by Gfi España, ServiceMax from GE Digital, Fieldeas and Prodware, as well as Tecman and Grupo Alava.

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