Pasadena, TX – July 26, 2018

PinnacleART’s Senior Client Solutions Engineer, Phillip Garcia, will present at the 26th Annual SMRP Conference in Orlando, Florida. In the presentation titled “Machine Learning Playbook for Process Facilities,” Phil will clarify the foundations for a practical understanding of Machine Learning and its value proposition for reliability organizations.

The Conference will offer over sixty track sessions aimed to educate attendees on the SMRP Body of Knowledge. Attendees are invited to partake in sessions across all tracks. Catch Phil on Wednesday, October 24th from 8:15am-9:15am as a part of Track 7, Emerging Technologies.

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About SMRP

The Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) gathers together annually over 1,000 reliability, maintenance, and physical asset management professionals to share knowledge, educate, and provide certification through a four-day professional networking experience.

About PinnacleART

Our vision is to make the world reliable, one customer at a time. We do this by designing, implementing, and maintaining comprehensive asset reliability and integrity programs. Our multifaceted expertise in mechanical integrity, reliability, inspection, technology, and project management enables us to provide integrated solutions that incorporate people, processes, and technology.


About the Presenter

As PinnacleART’s Product Manager, Phil Garcia is responsible for identifying and implementing new products, service offerings and Machine Learning practices to drive the next generation of reliability programs.

As a 7-year PinnacleART veteran, Phil has served in a variety of roles attributing towards his asset integrity and reliability expertise. Prior to his current role, Phil served as Senior Client Solutions Engineer where he was responsible for assessing, building, and ensuring the successful implementation of asset integrity and reliability solutions for heavy process facilities worldwide. Prior, Phil held the role of Project Lead for PinnacleART’s services department where he served as the single point of accountability for the success of his projects and was ultimately responsible for client satisfaction. The projects he managed gave him experience in efficiently implementing IDMS/RBI software solutions, as well as experience in managing combined services efforts between PinnacleART’s Inspection and Services departments. In addition, Phil has served as Asset Integrity Analyst, where he was a project support engineer tasked with the role supporting the efficient completion of multiple projects.