Register now for Xcelerate18!

The Xcelerate18 Conference will be held November 13-16, 2018, at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort in Fort Myers, Florida. It is your source for next-generation maintenance and reliability training, innovation and education. From now until July 31, 2018, you can take advantage of our early-bird discount and register for only $795. After that date, it will cost $995 to register. Click here for more information and to register now.

Last year’s Xcelerate17 event drew approximately 400 attendees. David O’Reilly, the president of Fluke Digital Systems, presented the Fluke Accelix™ suite of solutions, and attendees received hands-on training at integration demonstrations throughout the conference. Attendees walked away with valuable insights and tools to aid them along their paths to maintenance management and reliability success.

Dave Reiber, the senior reliability leader for Reliabilityweb.com, along with other maintenance and reliability experts, presented educational best practice sessions and participated on industry panels. The agenda was rich with lively networking events,  CMMS training, Fluke Reliability Solution sessions and much more.

The breakout and learning sessions featured presentations from Fluke Accelix and eMaint experts and other industry thought leaders. These sessions focused on training for eMaint and Fluke end users as well as best practices, tips and tricks for maintenance and reliability.

Accelix unites maintenance and reliability capabilities to enable the facility of the future, today. It supports the generation, collection and integration of data from wireless sensors, handheld tools and existing systems. Secure your spot at Xcelerate18 today to learn more about the seamless integration of SCADA, asset and reliability data, and the future of smart maintenance. Stay tuned for an update on the specific details of this event, including a complete lineup of exhibitors and speakers, and sign up for updates.

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