Software Maintenance in focus – International Conference MPMM

Published: 22 November 2016

Co-hosted Monday Nov 28, 2016, as part of the ScAIEM pre-program, 9.30-17.00 in conference room LKAB Hall A117, signs from  Entrance A1. Also room A111 will be used for parallell sessions. Registration and refreshments 9.00-9.30, lunch 12.30-13.30, refreshments 15.30-16.00.

9.30–10.15 Registration from entrance A1 and refreshments
10.15–10.30 Welcome/ opening address:  Prof. Diego/Prof. Uday  (LKAB  Hall : A117)
Time Speakers Organization Title
10.30-11.00 Esko Juuso University of Oulu Intelligent performance analysis with a natural language interface
11.00-11.30 Jan Frånlund Former President: Swedish Maintenance Society The trends for the Management's Measurement of the Maintenance Performance
12.00-12.30 Baoping Cai China University of Petroleum Bayesian networks in fault diagnosis: some research issues and challenges
12.00-12.30      MPMM 2016 Award Ceremony  
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Lobby
Parallel Session 1
13.30 – 14.30 Asset Management  (Room A117) Big Data in Maintenance (Room A111)
  An ecosystem perspective on asset management information Business performance measurements in asset management with the support of big data technologies
  Value of Fleet Information in Asset Management   The Impact of Maintenance 4.0 and Big Data Analytics within Strategic Asset Management
  Circular economy models - opportunities and threats for asset management Data Quality of Maintenance Data: A Case Study in MAXIMO CMMS
Parallel Session 2
14.30 – 15.30 Condition Monitoring (Room A117) Performance Measurement  (Room A111)
  Electric motors maintenance planning from its operating variables Optimization In Performance-Based Logistics Contracts 
  Local regularity analysis with wavelet transform in gear tooth failure detection Inspection Optimization under imperfect maintenance performance 
  Condition based maintenance using open hardware IoT  Stability analysis of radial turning process for Super alloys 
15.30 – 16.00 Refreshments Lobby
Parallel Session 3
16.00 – 17.00 Fleet Management (Room A117) New Technology and Solutions  (Room A111)
  Identifying the sharing needs, problems and benefits of fleet data with the Shelo model Processing mining for maintenance decision support 
  A Framework for exploiting fleet data at ecosystem level Ergonomics Contribution in Maintainability 
  Tapping the value potential of extended asset services - learning from the fleet-based services developed in Finnish companies An approach to Symbolic Modelling: A Railway Case study for Maintenance Recovery Level Identification
17.10 Bus from Campus directly to Ormberget winter sports arena (skiing/walking + sauna) Entrance A1
17.15 Bus from Campus to the hotels (downtown) LTU Entrance A1
17.45 and 18.00 Bus from Clarion hotel to Ormberget winter sports arena Clarion hotel entrance
19.00 Welcome dinner at Ormberget winter sports arena Ormberget