Technology Demonstration

Call for Technology Demonstrations and Product Showcase

The PHM Society invites sponsors to show off their monitoring, diagnostic, and/or prognostic engineering approaches through Technology Demonstrations and Product Showcase Presentations.

The concept of the Technology Demonstrations is to offer a true “hands-on” learning experience to conference attendees. Multiple demonstrations will be given as brief tutorials to small groups, scheduled over a two-day period. Each demo will last for 30 – 60 minutes, where attendees will be encouraged to actively participate.

The Product Showcase presentations offer the opportunity for companies to advertise their products and/or services to conference attendees. Showcase presenters are provided a 10-minute timeslot to give marketing presentations via computer/table, projector, and microphone. Showcase presentations are not intended to be interactive, and participants are encouraged to network with audience members after their showcase.

Tech Demo & Product Showcase Topics of Interest:

  • Certification and Validation Techniques for Health Management Applications
  • Fielded Prognostic or Advanced Diagnostic Systems
  • Innovative System Maintenance Approaches
  • Monitoring, Diagnostic, and/or Prognostic Hardware/Software Technologies
  • Rapid Aging Testing and Analysis Techniques
  • Sensors and Sensor Integration for PHM
  • System Identification Processes to Support PHM Goals.

Certification and Validation Techniques for Health Management ApplicationsFielded Prognostic or Advanced Diagnostic SystemsInnovative System Maintenance ApproachesMonitoring, Diagnostic, and/or Prognostic Hardware/Software Technologies Rapid Aging Testing and Analysis TechniquesSensors and Sensor Integration for PHM System Identification Processes to Support PHM Goals.

For more information on either the Technology Demonstrations or the Product Showcase Presentations, please contact chairs at techdemos@phmconference.org.

Please Note: Demonstration/presentation hardware, software, concepts, material, data, etc., must be cleared for public release prior to the conference.