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Intelligent Monitoring and Asset Management

The Intelligent Monitoring and Asset Management (IMAM) Research Centre is focused on advanced machine condition monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis methods and novel asset management

Our goals are to maximize system availability, prevent un-planned shutdown, optimize maintenance service, reduce the overall operating cost and increase return on investment.

We are committed to:

  • world-class, cutting-edge research
  • producing innovative support and solutions to industry and the public sector through consultation and research projects
  • educating the next generation of engineers and researchers, and providing them with relevant practical skills.

Core Areas of Expertise

  • Machine Condition Monitoring
  • Fault Diagnosis using Acoustic Emission and Vibration
  • Fault Prognosis using Multivariate Statistical Analysis
  • Advanced Signal Processing
  • Asset Management for Maximising Investment Return

Publications

Please see our full list of publications (PDF File 309 KB).

Collaborators

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EASA is the European Union Authority for aviation safety. The main activities of the organisation include the strategy and safety management, the certification of aviation products and the oversight of approved organisations and EU Member States.
Airbus logo
Airbus helps shape the future of air transportation and drives sustainable growth around the world. They pioneer technological solutions and seek the most efficient sourcing and manufacturing possible.
Shell logo
Shell is a major energy producer and supplier. They operate in 70 countries and territories.
ABB logo
ABB is a global leader in power and automation technologies. They improve the efficiency, productivity and quality of their customers’ operations while minimizing environmental impact.
London Underground logo
The London Underground transports over a billion people around London every year.
 
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