Automatic Fault Detection & Diagnostics in Pharmaceuticals
Automatic Fault Detection and Diagnostics (AFDD) is a critical component of modern engineering systems, offering advanced capabilities for improving system reliability and performance. AFDD leverages data-driven algorithms, sensor technology, and machine learning techniques to continuously monitor, identify, and diagnose faults in complex systems, such as industrial equipment and HVAC systems.
As technology continues to advance, AFDD stands at the forefront of proactive maintenance strategies, making systems more resilient and sustainable in an increasingly interconnected world.
Dan Groza is the Associate Director for BAS, part of the Global Energy and Sustainability Services (GESS) group at Bristol Myers Squibb.
As the Associate Director for Building Automation Systems at Bristol Myers Squibb, Dan Groza assumes responsibility for overseeing building automation systems across the company's North American portfolio. Additionally, he provides critical support for global facilities while serving as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Building Automation Systems (BAS). Dan's role encompasses the strategic management and optimization of BAS solutions, ensuring operational efficiency and excellence both regionally and on a global scale.