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Roadmapping Workshop on Measurement Science for Prognostics and Health Management of Smart Manufacturing Systems


Wednesday, November 19, 2014 

7:30 amRegistration and Networking Continental Breakfast 

8:30 amOpening Plenary Session 

•Welcome ~ Howard Harary, NIST

•Workshop Scope and Objectives ~ Brian Weiss, NIST 

9:00 amKeynote Presentation: Health Management of Smart Manufacturing Systems

  • Al Salour, The Boeing Company

9:30 amPanel 1: PHM Capabilities, Best Practices, Challenges, and Needs

  • Moderator ~ Greg Vogl, NIST 
  • Panelists ~
Andrew Inman, Toyota

Carl Byington, Impact Technologies/Sikorsky

William Marscher, Mechanical Solutions, Inc.

David Siegel, Predictronics Corp.

10:30 amBreak 

10:45 amPanel 2: Performance Assessment – Monitoring and Measurement 

  • Moderator ~ Moneer Helu, NIST
  • Panelists ~
Harry Kekedjian, Ford Motor Company

Kai Goebel, NASA

William Sobel, System Insights

John Oskin, Sage Clarity

11:45 amMorning Wrap up and Instructions for Breakout Sessions 

Joan Pellegrino, Energetics Incorporated 

11: 50 amLunchNIST Cafeteria, Bldg. 101  

Breakout Sessions

After lunch, participants will move to their assigned breakouts: 

•PHM Manufacturing Process Techniques and MetricsBldg. 217, Rm. H105

•PHM Performance AssessmentBldg. 215, Rm. C103-106 

•PHM Infrastructure – Hardware, Software, and IntegrationBldg. 217, Rm. H103  

1:00 pm Breakout Session I: Desired Capabilities

Envisioned future: What capabilities do we want and need the most

Flexible Break 

3:00 pmBreakout Session II: Challenges and Barriers for Achieving the Capabilities 

Barriers limiting implementation and/or integration Measurement and standards barriers, challenges, and gaps

4:30 pmAdjourn Day 1 

5:15-7:15 pmOptional no-host networking dinner at the Dogfish Head Alehouse (across from NIST's Main Gate) Note: Please let Brian Weiss know by lunchtime if you will be joining the evening group.  


Thursday, November 20, 2014 

7:45 amNetworking Continental Breakfast 

8:30 amPlenary Session  

  • Day 2 Overview ~ Albert Wavering, NIST

8:35 amKeynote Presentation: Recent Advances and Transformation Direction of PHM

Jay Lee, University of Cincinnati

9:05 amPanel 3: PHM and the Human Element 

Moderator ~ Patrick Brown, University of Cincinnati |Panelists ~

Thomas Mooney, SOAR Engineering LLC

Andrew Hess, The Hess PHM Group 

10:05 amTransition Break

Breakout Sessions 

Participants will return to their assigned breakouts: 

  • PHM Manufacturing Process Techniques and MetricsBldg. 217, Rm. H105
  • PHM Performance AssessmentBldg. 215, Rm. C103-106
  • PHM Infrastructure – Hardware, Software, and IntegrationBldg. 217, Rm. H103

10:20 amBreakout Session III: Prioritization of Challenges

Review, clarify, and vote on the top challenges

Determine R&D priorities

Identify standardization priorities

11:45 amBox Lunch 

12:30 pmBreakout Session IV: Pathways for Measurement Science Roadmap 

  • Small groups work to develop roadmap elements:
R&D, standards, and other approaches for addressing priority challenges

Next steps and actionable plan

1:45 pmTransition Break

2:00 pmPlenary Session 

  • Breakout Group Reports

3:00 pm•Workshop Wrap up and Next Steps

Brian Weiss, NIST

3:15 pmAdjourn Workshop

3:30 pmOptional briefing on NIST Robotic Systems for Smart Manufacturing Program

Note: Please let Brian Weiss know if you wish to attend the briefing.

Created November 25, 2014, Updated June 2, 2021