Webinar Replay

Upgrading from Traditional Asset Services to Interconnected & Automated Asset-Centric Proactive Solutions

TEAM, Inc., July 18, 2022

Webinar Overview

Digital transformation and the “connected worker” provide the opportunity to utilize technology for better asset solutions and assurance of data processing. Data quality assurance has become a concern as owner-operators work to identify data sets with actionable insights. Technology should bridge the physical workflow with the technical expertise of digital systems to enhance solutions and support asset integrity. The use of remote thickness monitoring, with connected workers tied into a digital ecosystem, will be presented as a case study to demonstrate how drastically reduced decision-making lag results in improved analytics and data-driven outcomes. Ultimately, this interconnected process results in high-quality asset data; the foundation for delivering asset-centric solutions focused on mitigating loss of primary containment (LOPC), improving inspection compliance, and reducing unplanned downtime.

Inspectioneering has teamed up with Peter Shwets, Vice President, Digital, and Urban Weinheimer, Product Line Manager, Remote Asset Monitoring from TEAM, Inc. to discuss how upgrading from traditional asset services to interconnected and automated asset-centric proactive solutions improves asset data analytics, mitigates LOPC, improves inspection compliance, and reduces unplanned downtime.

About the Speakers

Peter Shwets, Vice President, Digital at TEAM, Inc., is responsible for the development and management of digital solutions that TEAM provides to their clients. His career spans over 20 years focused on engineering, operations, sales, international business, manufacturing, and product line management. Throughout his career he has lived in Canada, Dubai, and Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta. He joined TEAM in 2017.

Urban Weinheimer, Product Line Manager at TEAM, Inc., is in charge of Remote Asset Monitoring. Urban received his degree in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He joined TEAM in 2015. While at TEAM urban has established himself as a subject matter expert in on-stream and composite repair, remote monitoring, engineering design, edge networks, and more. He also holds a Professional Engineers certification for state of Texas as well as a membership with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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