Easy Insights in Failures, Causes and Expected Consequences

Date: 11/08/2020       Time: 11:30-12:30 (CET)         Location: Online
Engineers discussing how to make their maintenance more predictable


In the first 30 minutes we go over: 

  • The importance of pending failure and relationships of causes with expected consequences in troubleshooting asset and process issues
  • Cause-consequence modelling
  • Different ways to present the results of live cause-consequence models to your users
  • A step-by-step example


Engineer giving maintenance to an airplane's engine after an unexpected failure

Consequence models significantly improve maintenance operations and costs

Different failure, cause and expected consequence models have the potential to significantly improve maintenance operations and costs.

In this webinar we will present some low-hanging fruits that your organisation could start implementing in order to make your maintenance more predictive.

Jules Oudmans - Director Consultancy - UReason


Jules Oudmans - Director Consultancy

Jules Oudmans is one of the co-founders of UReason, a provider of technology products and services enabling companies to quickly create intelligent applications that automate complex reasoning on large quantities of real-time data and events. Jules is a seasoned professional active in the field of operational intelligence and real-time analytics.

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