GPMS Presenting and Exhibiting at AHS Forum 73, May 9-11, 2017

May 9 2017
GPMS Presenting and Exhibiting at AHS Forum 73, May 9-11, 2017

Cornwall, VT – May 9, 2017 – Green Power Monitoring Systems, Inc. (GPMS) will be exhibiting its next generation prognostics HUMS system, ForesightTM at the American Helicopter Society Forum 73 in Ft. Worth May 9-11.

Dr. Eric Bechhoefer, GPMS Founder and CEO, along with Michael Augustin, President of IVHM Inc. will be delivering a paper, “Enhanced Safety Management and Risk Mitigation through Robust HFDM“. Dr. Bechhoefer has published well over 100 papers, holds 23 patents and has 6 pending in the fields of HUMS and condition monitoring.

GPMS delivers next-generation prognostic health management solutions for helicopters and rotating industrial equipment. GPMS’ solution, known as Foresight, is the first true prognostics health management system. Foresight MX is designed to reduce operational costs through advanced notification of impending maintenance requirements, at a fraction of the weight of existing competitive options. Foresight MX delivers the true promise of HUMS for large helicopters – user-friendly, predictive systems, but also scales down to work within the tough space, weight and budget constraints of light helicopter operators.

Visit GPMS in booth #110 and ask us how we can help provide you predictive maintenance, operations, and logistics support to improve readiness of your aircraft.

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About GPMS

Green Power Monitoring Systems, Inc. (GPMS) is expanding the market for next generation prognostic HUMS and condition monitoring systems for aviation and industrial applications.

ForesightTM offers a hardware and cloud-based platform providing unambiguous maintenance and logistics information to operators of large, medium and light helicopters at a weight and cost that fit their tough space and budget constraints.

GPMS’ team has extensive experience in aviation and industrial condition monitoring, which includes helping to design and build one of the leading legacy HUMS systems for aviation use. The team also developed condition monitoring systems that have been successfully deployed on wind turbines, logging over 18 million successful operating hours.

The company is based in Cornwall, Vermont.


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