Date: 5 October 2021
Time: 2pm SGT
Schaeffler is pleased to introduce a new era of condition monitoring to improve the reliability, productivity and profitability in your manufacturing operations. Register for this free webinar, produced in collaboration with Industrial Automation Asia magazine, to learn how with Industry 4.0-based condition monitoring systems you can easily, quickly and cost-effectively, monitor hundreds of machines and put an end to unplanned downtimes.
Koh Shu Jun – Head of Industry 4.0, Schaeffler SEA
As the Head of Industry 4.0 (SEA) in Schaeffler Singapore, Shu Jun leads a regional team to help SEA customers on their digital transformation journey. Her work includes educating customers on the importance of early identification of bearing faults, and leverages on Schaeffler’s smart solutions to enhance the lifespan of their rotary machines.
Prior to Schaeffler, Shu Jun has spent 15 years with Emerson Automation Solution, serving major Oil & Gas companies and OEMs in Asia Pacific. She has seen the early adoption of digital transformation in the Process industry and has utilized her experience in this area to help her customers increase plant safety as well as optimize production via SMART tools.
Puchong Putthawong – Industrial Technical Office, Schaeffler Thailand
Puchong is the Head of Industrial Technical Office in Schaeffler Thailand, and plays an important role as a Technical Principle supporting SEA. He leads a team of technical and service experts in Thailand, and is responsible for developing condition-based monitoring service solutions for regional customers. With 25 years of service experience and accolades under his belt, Puchong is well-versed in bearings failure diagnostic and analysis and has helped customers from various sectors in implementing predictive maintenance solution to monitor crucial plant assets.
Puchong graduated with a Master of Science (Industrial & System Engineering) from the University of Southern Colorado (USA) and is a certified trainer of Vibration Analyst CAT-II and has obtained the Vibration Analysis CAT-II Level III Certificate by Vibration Institute USA.