Chairman: Professor Len Gelman
The BINDT, a major UK body in the area of condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic technologies, is managing the condition monitoring activity via the Condition Monitoring Technical Committee. The Committee is the high level, specialist group within BINDT that promotes best practice and exchange of knowledge within the condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic community worldwide.
Committee aims are:
- To provide a distinct forum within BINDT, which concerns itself with all aspects of condition monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and root cause analysis.
- To promote the development and application of condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic methods and techniques, and propagate knowledge of condition monitoring methods and techniques through publications, seminars, conferences and training courses.
- To support national and international standards for personnel training and certification in the application of condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic technologies.
- To appeal to everyone interested in science, technologies, practice and benefits of condition monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and root cause analysis.
- To become the principal forum for condition monitoring in the UK and Europe.
- To promote and support COMADIT conferences throughout Europe.
- To encourage membership of COMADIT from within and outside the Institute.
- To create a condition monitoring network in the UK, Europe and worldwide.
The Committee is currently organising the Tenth International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies in cooperation with the US Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (MFPT), 18-20 June 2013, Qubus Hotel, Kraków, Poland.
Follow the CM-MFPT web page for more information on the current event: www.cm-mfpt.org
The Committee has initiated:
- The new International Journal of Condition Monitoring; the Journal is due to be launched in 2010.
- The establishment of the International Society of Condition Monitoring.
The Committee members are listed below and may be contacted via the Institute: Prof L Gelman (Chairman, firstname.lastname@example.org), Prof A Starr (Vice Chairman), Mrs C Bailey, Mrs K Cambridge, Miss A Cooke (Minute Secretary, email@example.com), Mr C Sinclair, Mr P Kolbe, Mrs W Poole, Dr W Gardner, Mr D Gilbert, Mr S Greenfield, Mr S Hills, Dr T Holroyd, Prof T Hope, Mr K Innes, Dr S James, Dr L Lobo, Mr L March, Mr S Mills, Mr S Muthuraman, Mr T Noble, Dr L Noriega, Mr T Nowell, Mr C Pearson, Mr J Rogger, Mr N Sedgwick, Mr D Shorten, Mr D Sleeman, Mr N Walker, Dr L Wang, Mr D Whittle, Mr J Willis and Dr G Yebra.