|Since 1916, SAE has worked hand-in-hand with the aerospace community to find solutions to its most common problems through such globally adopted AS, AMS, AIR, and ARP technical documents – becoming the world’s largest, most respected aerospace standards development organization. SAE makes groundbreaking contributions to efforts in Integrated Vehicle Health Management standardization and has developed a collection of resources to further this technology and the economic advantages it offers. (More Information)
|Diag21 is an association that was created in 2009, at the initiative of a group of industrials Aeronautics and Defence. Its internationally oriented, is dedicated to the optimization of testability, diagnosis and prognosis (PHM) of complex systems in the areas of aerospace, land, car, rail and marine. Close to industry needs, diag21 offers exchange and service platforms.
|IVHM Center – The Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) Centre at Cranfield University in the UK was established in 2008. It is funded by a number of large companies – Boeing, BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce, Thales and Meggitt – to work on high impact topics. The increasingly important area of IVHM technology informs existing concepts of vehicle maintenance, repair and overhaul by offering a total health check for high-tech, high-value vehicles such as aircraft, ships, high-speed trains and high performance cars
|MFPT is a non-profit professional society with a 45-year legacy of promoting failure prevention technology. An interdisciplinary technical organization, MFPT is strongly oriented towards the practical application of health management across every engineering sphere. The MFPT community includes professional scientists, engineers, failure analysts, maintenance specialists and others who represent a wide variety of disciplines from government agencies, universities, research institutes and industry.
|The philosophy of Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management (COMADEM) is: Sustained Prosperity through Proactive Monitoring, Diagnosis, Prognosis and Management of all Assets. Since 1988, refereed annual international congresses and exhibitions have been successfully organized in UK, France, India, Canada, Finland, Australia, USA, Sweden, Portugal, Czech Republic, Spain, Japan, Norway. COMADEM has established and maintained its international reputation as one of the largest and most influential events of its kind. Through the publication of the International Journal of COMADEM, a number of special feature issues dealing with Quality, Reliability and Maintenance, Model-Based Diagnosis, Application of Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Intelligent Materials, Structures and Systems, Performance and Diagnosis of Rotating Machinery Systems and Components, Failure Diagnosis and Prognosis of Swedish Railway Systems, Energy and Environment, Knowledge-based Failure Diagnosis and Prognosis of Engineering Systems, Structural Health Monitoring, Failure Diagnosis and Prognosis of Mining Machinery and Systems and Estimating the Remaining Useful Life (RUL) of Industrial Assets have been published.
|Established In 1948, the Helicopter Association International is the professional trade association representing the international helicopter community. HAI’s membership includes helicopter owners, operators, manufacturers, suppliers, service organizations, pilots, maintenance technicians and students. Its “Mission” is to provide its members with services that directly benefit their operations, and to advance the international helicopter community by providing programs that enhance safety, encourage professionalism and promote the unique contributions vertical flight offers society.
|CALCE – The Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) at the University of Maryland is a driving force behind the development and implementation of physics-of-failure (PoF) approaches to reliability, and a world leader in accelerated testing, prognostics and health management (PHM) for electronic systems, electronic part supply-chain management, and sustainment of electronic systems. CALCE consists of over 100 faculty, staff, and students engaged in research with customers that range from military and avionics to automotive, telecom, medical, and consumer electronics. www.calce.umd.edu
|Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) program, created in 1998, is a joint Department of Defense/National Center for Manufacturing Sciences effort promoting collaborative technology development, demonstration, and transition within DoD. Its objective is to ensure American troops and their equipment are ready to face any situation, with the most up-to-date and best-maintained platforms and tools available. The CTMA program has the ideal collaborative model for manufacturers, academia and DoD. We create relationships and opportunities, drive cutting edge R&D, and conduct industry intelligence from a unique perspective. Through partnerships, training, software, and business operations, CTMA can help achieve industry objectives while satisfying DoD needs through demonstration of new technologies prior to full deployment.
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