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Extend The Life Of Your Legacy Equipment With Condition Monitoring

An October 3rd, 2023 Smart Industry INSIGHT series-hosted Webinar in partnership with ATS.

October 3, 2023

11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT / 8:00 AM PT / 3:00 PM GMT

Duration:1 hour

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In this webinar we will explore practical techniques to enhance the performance of your existing equipment by integrating predictive technologies. Discover how to overcome the challenges of updating legacy systems and learn effective strategies to improve equipment reliability and minimize downtime. The expert presenter from ATS will share actionable insights, provide best practices, and spotlight real-life case studies to help you develop a roadmap for future-proofing even the most dated industrial equipment.

Join us to learn:

  • The most common challenges legacy systems pose for digital transformation
  • Practical approaches to improve equipment reliability through predictive technology
  • The best KPIs on the front line and what data is most valuable to the C-suite
  • Real-life manufacturer examples of successful condition-monitoring programs that generate real revenue with significant ROI

Sponsored by:


Micah Statler, Director of Industrial Technologies, Advanced Technology Services

Micah Statler is the Director of Industrial Technologies at Advanced Technology Services and is responsible for the strategy, execution and delivery of technology-driven maintenance solutions. Micah is a graduate of Bradley University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Management and Leadership.


Robert Schoenberger, Editor-in-Chief, Industry Week

Robert Schoenberger has been writing about manufacturing technology in one form or another since the late 1990s. He began his career in newspapers in South Texas and has worked for The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi; The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky; and The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio, where he spent more than six years as the automotive reporter. In 2013, he launched Today’s Motor Vehicles, a magazine focusing on design and manufacturing topics within the automotive and commercial truck worlds. He joined IndustryWeek in late 2021.