Digital Asset Lifecycle Webinar - Series 1

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Introduction to Digital Asset Lifecycle Data in the Operational Technology Sphere

Speaker: Peter Wright, Analytics and Information Specialist 

This webinar is Part 2 in our Digital Asset Lifecycle Data series. As industries embrace the new era of automation, there has never been a greater operational dependency on asset data to support the next wave of process optimization and more effective asset maintenance programs.

Machine Learning and AI are taking the lead and with them is the need for Digital Asset Lifecycle Data. 


Peter Wright has been working in information and operational technologies for over thirty years. His main focus has been data analyses and visualization in the Oil & Gas, Mining, and Fabrication industries. Peter’s experience includes all aspects of software development to application design to strategic enterprise architecture. Past successes include a cost control platform for industrial module fabrication using digital modeling; resolution of the management of data gaps resulting from wireless network outages in condition-based maintenance programs; and complex mobile and rotating asset failure detection through manual analyses and machine learning solutions.

              In this webinar, attendees will learn about Digital Asset Lifecycle Data that expands on:

              • Operational Optimization

              • Prescriptive Maintenance Programs

              Future Webinars

              Attendees will learn about Digital Asset Lifecycle Data, its uses, and operational benefits through the following series of webinars:

              • Advanced Analyses, Models in Real Life and Cognitive Computing