PHM SOCIETY 2018

Predictronics to Speak at 2018 PHM Society Conference

SEPTEMBER 23, 2018

Predictronics is excited to announce its participation in this year’s 10th Annual Conference of the Prognostics and Health Management Society (PHM 2018) from September 24th to September 27th at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Philadelphia Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

The Prognostics and Health Management Society (PHM Society) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of PHM as an engineering discipline and is at the forefront of promoting prognostics and health management as a significant and distinct specialty in the field of engineering. They seek to advocate for better knowledge and understanding about PHM and to promote interdisciplinary collaborations between PHM and other engineering disciplines.

Predictronics co-founder and Director of the NSF I/UCRC for Intelligent Maintenance Systems at the University of Cincinnati, Professor Jay Lee, will be hosting the Industrial AI for PHM Workshop on Monday, September 24th, which starts at 1pm and runs until 5pm. Predictronics CTO, Dr. David Siegel, will also be in attendance and will serve on the Industrial AI panel.

Topics to be presented and discussed at the workshop are as follows:

  • Introduction to Industrial AI
  • An Overview of State of the Art AI Technologies
  • AI Foundry Within the 5C CPS Architecture
  • System Tools of Industrial AI
  • Challenges in Implementation of AI in Industries
  • AI-Based PHM Technologies Demonstrated via Industrial Case Studies


This year’s conference boasts over 300 attendees and will play host to numerous panels ranging in subject matter from Instrumentation Technologies for PHM and Theoretical Aspects of Prognostics to Automotive PHM and PHM for Human Health and Performance.

Other speakers at this year’s conference include representatives from NASA, GM, GE Aviation, and NIST. For more information about PHM 2018, please visit the PHM Society Website.

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