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2nd Annual Symposium on Tackling No-Fault Found in Maintenance Engineering

An Industry-University collaboration to understand the best practices.

 

Join this stimulating Symposium where you will be joined by leading experts dealing with commercial and engineering challenges to resolve NFF.

 

The ‘No Fault Found’ phenomenon

The existence of the No Fault Found phenomenon has had a definite negative impact upon critical system stakeholder requirements, which at the top level, often includes system’s safety, dependability and lifecycle costs. It is therefore essential to prevent NFF events or (at the very least) reduce the impact it has on the business operation. To deliver stakeholder requirements efficiently aspects such as suitable knowledge and technical competence must be promoted, enabling domain experts to acquire additional skills for long-term professional activities. Issues on safety performance and cost cannot be compromised; consequently, it is essential to discuss topics on information quality (when data is presented to the operators) response times (for early symptoms of failure) and knowledge ambiguity (on operation and maintenance of equipment) of the test procedures and practices in place.

 

These arguments place an emphasis on the requirement to prepare maintenance experts with the knowledge of specialised intelligent systems, which can detect early anomalies and capture adequate information for investigation and successful diagnosis.

 

The day will provide plenty of questioning and networking opportunities, together with an open discussion forum. Throughout the day, key themes will be identified as being the most influential contributors to the NFF problem and questions will be posed to the audience on the future direction for research. 

 

Who Should Attend 

Delegates from across industries and universities are invited to attend this event where industrial speakers will share their experiences and understanding of NFF problems. It is targeted at senior roles within the areas of:

  • Operations
  • Engineering
  • Asset & maintenance management
  • Electronic diagnostics & prognostics.

 

Attendance also provides an opportunity to learn more about the EPSRC Centre’s No Fault Found research programme and other Through-life engineering research at Cranfield.

 

Event Prices - EPSRC TES Centre and TESClub Members – Free All others - £75 per person

 

For more information click here

 

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Date and time

Start Date :
28/05/14
End Date:
28/05/14
Duration :
09:00 – 17:30
Type :
Conference

Organiser details

Organiser :
Cranfield University

Address details

Address : 

Defence Academy of the UK

Oxfordshire

United Kingdom

SN6 8LA