The International Society for Condition Monitoring supports the Condition Monitoring Forum in Doha

Forum will gather maintenance leaders to discuss and adopt the latest technologies in condition monitoring

Online PR News – 24-May-2015 – 27-28 May, Doha ,Qatar – Condition Monitoring has emerged as the industry's most preferred technique when it comes to ensuring better reliability & maintenance. Resulting in cost efficiency and better reliability, condition monitoring is considered to be a smart investment by maintenance and reliability professionals. The Condition Monitoring Forum, to be held in Doha – Qatar, from 27 – 28 May 2015 is gathering experts from across the GCC region to discuss and adopt the latest technologies in condition monitoring.

The event is supported by the International Society for Condition Monitoring, a global forum for professional engineers and scientists engaged in research, development and best practice in condition monitoring. Leonid Gelman, Chairman of the International Society for Condition Monitoring will present a keynote speech on condition monitoring of rotating equipments. Vimalendu Tripathi, Head of Reliability, Qatar Petroleum, will also address the attendees with a keynote speech on Condition Monitoring – Best practices to reduce machinery failure.

The event will feature two post conference workshops on day two of the forum. GeoChem, a provider of international independent inspection & testing services, will conduct a workshop on
implementing an oil analysis and lubrication program for cost effective long term reliability. Dr. Sunil Kumar, Laboratory Manager, GeoChem Middle east will head the workshop. The second workshop will be conducted by Laborelec, a leading research and competence centre in electrical power technology. The workshop will focus on experiences with data analytics in condition monitoring.

Quartzelec, Gold Sponsor at the event, is a leading independent electrical engineering service provider in the Middle East. Dr. Bernard Fruth, CEO, Quartzelec, will present a session on integral monitoring and diagnosis of rotating electrical machines and associated mechanical engines. Wi-Care, a leading research and competence centre in electrical power technology, is the innovative technology partner for the event. Nicolas Bleret, Global Business Director, Wi-Care, will present a case study on the benefits of flexible condition monitoring.

Other sponsors at the event include Siemens and Vibrant Machines as Associate and Lunch Sponsor, as well as Barrak Al Fares as associate sponsor.