Reliability Week 2006

Friday, 10 March, 2006

MSc's 10th interactive technology and training conference will take the shape of Reliability Week 2006, when it is held 5-7 April 2006.

Reliability Week's aim is to help users improve machine reliability and increase plant production capacity.

The conference will be preceded by an expanded optional extra training day with three courses on the day before the conference begins.

While the conference caters for CSI technology users, it is structured to be entirely suitable for users of other condition monitoring systems or those interested in learning about reliability principles and the application of advanced maintenance technologies.

The technical sessions will run in three distinct streams (general, application techniques, case histories), making it easy to tailor a conference program to each individual's needs.

Conference highlights include international speakers from IDCON, Emerson Process, CSI, CTC and Thermoteknix; hands-on product training/workshops; condition monitoring case histories; and banquet dinner and dinner cruise.

Reliability Week 2006 will be held at the Crowne Plaza at Darling Harbour, Sydney.

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