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Advanced Maintenance Engineering, Services and Technologies

Maintenance in the Digital Era
4th IFAC Workshop on Advanced Maintenance Engineering, Services and Technologies

We are living in a digital era. It is evident that the practice of maintenance and asset management has the potential to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of this digital revolution. Concepts such as Industrial Internet of Things, Cyber Physical Systems and Digital Twins are now seen as major opportunities for companies in the manufacturing and infrastructure sectors to improve their products, processes and services. The linkage between the real world and the virtual world enabled by these emerging technologies - supported by new data analytics and innovative machine learning techniques - allow optimised maintenance of industrial systems.

The 4th IFAC AMEST’20 Workshop will bring together experts from academia and industry to discuss the latest advances in digital technologies and their impact on reliability, maintenance and asset management. The workshop will cover a broad range of research and application topics exploring the role of data-driven maintenance and asset management within the domains of manufacturing and infrastructure.

Read more at: Call for Industry Abstracts

Call for Industry Abstracts

We are seeking abstracts (up to 2 pages) from industry practitioners that illustrate innovative digital solutions and their implementation, the journey towards digitalisation, as well as challenges and opportunities in the area of maintenance and asset management. The objective of the 4th IFAC...

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Read more at: Invited Sessions

Invited Sessions

We are pleased to announce the following invited sessions at the IFAC AMEST 2020 workshop. We welcome high-quality contributions that investigate main research challenges, technology developments and advancements, case studies, and applications related to these topics. When submitting your papers...

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Important Dates | 2020

09 Jun: Early bird registration

10-11 Sep: Workshop