MSc Maintenance Engineering course leader at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), UK. He is lecturing in intelligent condition monitoring, sensors, instrumentation and control, systems reliability, and design of sustainable systems. He has 25 years’ experience in academic and R&D; during which he concluded and supervised several projects in the area of: Smart systems engineering diagnostic engineering (PHM and CBM applications); Machinery failure analysis using vibration analysis, acoustic emission monitoring, and online oil debris analysis; Mechatronics, robotics applications, and embedded Systems; Systems interfacing and data transmission; which led to developing intelligent Diagnostic and Health Management (DHM) and Predictive Health Monitoring (PHM) systems for Industrial Machinery, Oil and Gas, Renewable Energy, Aerospace (SHM & HUM), Marine, and Automotive applications. His talk will be about ‘Intelligent Condition Monitoring and 2020 Maintenance Systems’ and how UCLan Maintenance Engineering is working to support real industrial life. You can read about the various projects developed in his UCLan staff profile or LinkedIn page.