This course aims to provide participants with knowledge and practical skills on using machine health monitoring techniques in sensor, data acquisition, signal processing, machine monitoring and fault diagnosis. The course training also elaborates on the latest technology such as the Internet of things (IoT), maintenance management system and overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) monitoring system.
The comprehensive structure of this course incorporates classroom lectures, hands-on experimental work, and suitable case studies in the areas of rotary equipment, tool condition monitoring, semiconductor and other service and equipment maintenance industry to enhance the knowledge of participants and apply the newly-learnt skills to address practical problems in their workplace.
Why This Course
- Designed specifically to meet Singapore’s industry demand
- Delivered by technology experts with many years of industrial projects’ experience
- Highly practical and hands-on work intensive
- Latest knowledge and up-to-date technologies via industrial case-studies
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for operations and maintenance managers and engineers, equipment designers, process managers and engineers, hardware and instrument specialists, machine, line or cell systems integrators, project managers and professionals from industries utilising machine health monitoring, including precision engineering, electronics, aerospace, marine engineering, renewable energy, MedTech, and remanufacturing, etc.
Watch our webinar video for "WSQ course in Mechatronics – Highlights of Successful Case Studies" held on 18 May 2020 for more information about this Graduate Diploma course.