CM Technical Committee (CMTC)


BINDT, a major UK body in the area of condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic technologies, is managing the CM activity via the Condition Monitoring Technical Committee. The Committee promotes best practice and the exchange of knowledge within the condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic community worldwide.

The committee aims are to:
  • Provide a distinct forum within BINDT that concerns itself with all aspects of condition monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and root cause analysis
  • 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
  • Support national and international standards for personnel training and certification in the application of condition monitoring, diagnostic and prognostic technologies
  • Appeal to everyone interested in the science, technologies, practice and benefits of condition monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and root cause analysis.
The CMTC is also involved in the organisation of BINDT’s Annual Condition Monitoring Conference, traditionally held each summer, which is organised in close partnership with the International Society for Condition Monitoring (ISCM) and the US Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (MFPT). This combination of the efforts of these leading organisations creates one of the largest events of its kind at a truly international level.

The Committee and its activities benefit from the involvement of scientific-technical representatives of leading universities and industrial companies from more than 30 countries; all major continents are involved: Europe, Australia, North and South America, Asia and Africa.


Names and contact details for members of the Condition Monitoring Technical Committee:

Mr B Cutler

Vice Chair: Mr S Greenfield

The following may be contacted via the Secretariat:

Mr R Appleyard, Mrs K Cambridge, Mrs J Cook, Mr A Cutler, Mr A Evanson, Mr C Forrester, Dr W E Gardner, Prof L Gelman,
Mr D Gilbert, Mr C Hallam, Dr T Holroyd, Prof A D Hope, Dr M Khan, Dr D Korachkin, Mr D Lloyd, Mr A McCann, Mrs C Mackle,
Mr D Manning-Ohren, Mr S Mills, Mr J Moody, Mr T Murphy, Prof S Noroozi, Mr T Nowell, Mr P Price, Mr N Sedgwick,
Mr D Shorten, Prof A Starr, Ms S stone, Mr G Walker, Prof L Wang, Mr D Whittle, Mr J Willis and Dr G Yebra.