Reliability UK Is Coming to Manchester


Manchester’s Old Trafford Centre will host Reliability UK, an international learning and networking conference geared towards UK reliability, maintenance and asset management professionals, on Wednesday, the 26th of September 2018. The event will be dedicated to sharing best practice approaches across a spectrum of reliability tools from condition monitoring, lubrication and big data right through to training, human observation and teamwork.

The keynote speaker at the conference is Formula One industry analyst Mark Gallagher, Founder and CEO of Performance Insights, who has also worked in senior leadership roles in F1 for over 30 years. “F1 is a unique mix of business and sport, where strong leadership, split-second decision-making, efficient teamwork and a clear focus on delivery are essential to compete at the highest levels,” he commented.

“To optimise results, we have embraced a data-driven approach to monitoring system performance on our cars, with over 200 sensors helping us to understand precisely what is happening, enabling us to diagnose issues, monitor trends and ultimately predict outcomes. This approach actually shares many similarities with the most advanced reliability programmes being used in industry today,” explained Mark.

The Reliability UK will have on its agenda high-performance sport for the second time, with an optional tour at the home ground of Manchester United, Old Trafford Stadium, when the event breaks down for lunch.

The conference was developed by TelLab as part of its commitment to thought leadership for maintenance and reliability professionals. “We understand the crucial role of reliability leaders in industries such as aviation, power generation and manufacturing. Their dedication protects lives, ensures business continuity and allows consumers to avail of vital products and services without interruption,” said TelLab’s John McGrath.

As a leading ISO accredited oil analysis and environmental laboratory, TelLab, headquartered in County Carlow, Ireland, occupies a key position in oil analysis and fuel analysis for machine care, condition monitoring and predictive maintenance. Its clients include large-scale power generators, fleet operators, industrial manufacturers and food and pharma producers.

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