This webinar was originally held on February 15th, 2024, and is now available for on demand viewing.
Duration: 1 hour
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Oil condition monitoring is becoming increasingly more important in the hydraulics industry to help monitor system performance and maintenance needs. Sensors play a key role by identifying and communicating any changes in oil condition.
Pairing telematics and IoT (internet of things) with these sensors enables the data they collect to be analyzed and communicated so more immediate action can be taken to mitigate performance issues or replace any necessary components within a hydraulic system.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how three companies – HydraForce, TanDelta Systems and Elevat – came together to bring oil condition monitoring to the fluid power industry to improve maintenance of hydraulic systems through continuous monitoring of oil conditions.
Highlights of the webinar will include:
- learning how hydraulic, sensor and IoT technologies can work in tandem
- understanding the benefits of utilizing oil condition monitoring
- Gaining insight on the potential future of oil condition monitoring technology.
Power & Motion
Co-Founder and CCO
Adam Livesay is the Co-Founder at Elevāt, an industrial IoT company focused on connecting the industrial world. Elevāt specializes in working with OEMs to connect their machines and deliver the next generation of Service, Aftermarket Parts, Utilization and Warranty. Elevāt enables businesses that manufacture and use machines to compete more effectively in the rapidly evolving global market. Elevāt connects supply chains and entire partner ecosystems, enabling real-time data-driven decision making across company boundaries. The Elevāt solution aligns suppliers, OEMs, and distributors so that operators have exactly what they need when they need it.
Director of Business Development, Compact Hydraulics
Russ Schneidewind is Director of Business Development for HydraForce, Inc., part of the Compact Hydraulics business unit of Bosch Rexroth. As he investigates new technologies and products for motion control on mobile equipment Russ takes a broad-based approach, encompassing not only the cartridge valves and manifolds made by HydraForce, but also the electronics, sensors, and related technologies that can add next level capabilities. Russ joined HydraForce in 1996 and has a BSME in engineering from Iowa State University and an M.B.A. from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.
Chris Greenwood Co-Founder and CEO
Tan Delta Systems
Chris Greenwood is a co-founder of Tan Delta Systems. He is a seasoned operational business CEO with a broad technology, business development and management capability. Previous roles include being a co-owner of Redspire and a Director at Drive Management Services. He has been involved in condition-based monitoring and oil analysis for over 20 years.