Supporting organizations 2024

Sprint Robotics is organising the World Conference for Inspection and Maintenance Robotics on October 29-30, 2024 in Antwerp, Belgum. This is a specialized event dedicated to advancing the widespread adoption of robotics in inspection and maintenance operations. The conference agenda spans a diverse array of market sectors, encompassing everything from petrochemicals and energy to public infrastructure, water management, subsea exploration and cutting-edge next-generation technologies.

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WPiAM, World Partners in Asset Management, is a worldwide partnership, established in late 2014, of national non-profit professional associations working together to enable individuals and organisations to develop, assess and recognise competence in Asset Management, for the benefit of their members and of the asset management community globally.

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Accendo Reliability is a place where you can find thousands of free articles, tutorials, podcast episodes, and more to assist you master the craft of Reliability Engineering and related fields. It is also a place for you to share your work, ideas, suggestions, and question. The site also offers and recommends a range of books and courses from many authors and instructors.
More information on the website accendoreliability.com. For questions about the site or information on becoming a contributor, contact Fred Schenkelberg: fms@accendoreliability.com

Knowledge and Innovation Centre Maintenance Process Industry (KICMPI) is a cooperative association with 50 members, consisting of asset owners, maintenance companies and knowledge institutions. KICMPI stimulates cooperation between companies with the aim of: innovating maintenance in the processing industry.

More information on www.kicmpi.com

The Danish Maintenance Society - DDV - is a non-profit nationwide network of managers and technical specialists.
The network is driven by high professionalism, and members use the network to acquire and impart knowledge, where knowledge sharing happens through conferences, seminars, network meetings and company visits.

More information can be found on www.ddv.org