Case Western Reserve to host international automated manufacturing conference

Robots on manufacturing floor

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Case Western Reserve University will host the 2019 Through-Life Engineering Services Conference (TESConf 2019) Oct. 27-29.

Sponsored by CIRP (International Academy for Production Engineering,) TESConf is in its eighth year and it has grown in interest to both academia and industry. High-value products are technology intensive, expensive and reliability-critical, requiring the services (e.g., maintenance, repair and overhaul) throughout their life cycle.

The conference will bring experts and researchers in this area together to exchange ideas in delivering solutions to provide world-class capability to enable industry to produce high-value products with outstanding availability, predictability and reliability with the lowest life cycle cost.

Conference topics include degradation assessment, remaining useful life (RUL) prediction, sensors, Industry 4.0, the IoT and manufacturing, robotic maintenance, and more.

Register now.