CM 2012 and MFPT 2012

12-14 June 2012, Earls Court Ibis Hotel, London, UK 

CM 2012 sessions covering a wide range of advances in condition monitoring fields.

Prof Stephan Heyns presenting his paper: ‘Combining discrepancy analysis with sensorless signal resampling for condition monitoring of rotating machines under fluctuating operations’.

Brian Murray of SKF and his plenary paper.

The Past, Present and Future of PCN with Peter Milligan.

The exhibition enabled delegates to enquire about the latest equipment and training courses in condition monitoring.

Delegates were able to drop-in the exhibition between sessions.

Prof Len Gelman announcing the winner of the COMADIT Prize.

Dr M Walters receiving the COMADIT Prize presented by Prof Len Gelman.

The Len Gelman award presented to Mikael Palo by Prof Stephen Heyns.

BINDT President, Steve Lavender, speaking at CM 2012.

After a full day of sessions, it was time to enjoy the live performance from the Chas and Dave tribute act.