Testimonials

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We Play Hard

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Meet the Team

Jason Williams

Jason Williams

Creative Director

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Emma Swanson

Emma Swanson

Designer

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Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

Developer

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what others are saying

Since the inaugural COMET 2014, the world’s first Condition Based Monitoring conference platform with over 140 industry professionals in attendance, we have grown bigger each year. The shear breadth of technical expertise shared by peers in the plenary and breakout sessions is something to behold – all networking together in an intimate, non-commercial environment. Feedback has been plentiful… and overwhelmingly positive.   

“…a very positive experience that went well beyond my expectations.”

Dr. Angelo Gattozzi – IEEE SR. MEMBER

Dr. Angelo Gattozzi

IEEE Sr. Member, Research Associate at the Center for Electromechanics

COMET 2015 was the first COMET conference I attended. It was a very positive experience that went well beyond my expectations. The stated aim of the conference was the discussion of industry’s best practices for on-line monitoring of electric power equipment. The subject matter was, therefore, quite focused on the practical needs of electric power companies, whether in generation, transmission, or distribution, but it involved methods and techniques that were at the forefront of technology. Therefore, the conference brought together people from industry and academia and resulted in an interesting and dynamic exchange of experiences and ideas among them.

Thomas Rak P.E.

Manager, Substation and Transmission Standards Engineering

A graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology with a BSEE (power concentration) and Portland State University MSE. Tom has over 20 years of experience in the Electric Utility Industry managing Electrical Distribution Design, Substation Design and Generation Design.  Tom is presently the management sponsor for the implementation of a Substation Asset Condition Monitoring system at PG&E.

Dan Smith

Vice President of Electrical Service Delivery at Austin Energy

As a leader and innovator in the utility industry, Austin Energy pursues technology that enhances reliability, provides value to our customers, and safety for our employees. The COMET conference provides an ideal opportunity to share knowledge and experience with others in the industry and learn from technical experts from around the world. Austin Energy is proud to sponsor this year’s conference.

Jimmy Rose

Sr. Engineer, Lower Colorado River Authority

The Lower Colorado River Authority has benefited greatly from COMET’s exchange of ideas among experienced professionals in the condition monitoring (CM) field. Through quality technical presentations and well-moderated knowledge sharing, COMET ensures its attendees return with actionable information for their individual CM programs. LCRA has high expectations for this conference to drive continuous improvement in CM for years to come.

Dr. Dragan Djurdjanovic

Director of the University of Texas Industry University Cooperative Res.

I found the COMET conference to be an exceptionally useful event for several reasons. It brings together a wide spectrum of experts from both academia and industry, enabling one to see the frontiers of science, as well as realistic “real life” barriers of maintenance science. Furthermore, though the focus of the conference is in the domains of power generation and distribution, the audience can see multiple talks from other domains, which carries tremendous potentials for cross-polination and harvesting of ideas from other domains. I strongly recommend attending this conference and, if possible, also presenting your latest condition-monitoring ideas there.