General Exhibit Information



Exhibits Schedule

Day Date Function Time
Monday September 26, 2011 Exhibitor Move-In 1:00PM–4:30PM
Monday September 26, 2011 Welcome/Exhibitor Reception (Exhibits Open) – Sponsored by Goodrich 5:30PM–7:30PM
Tuesday September 27, 2011 Exhibits Open – Exhibit Hours 9:00AM–1:00PM
Tuesday September 27, 2011 Exhibits Open – Exhibit Hours 2:00PM–4:00PM
Tuesday September 27, 2011 Poster Reception (Exhibit Hall) (Exhibits Open) 5:30PM–8:00PM
Wednesday September 28, 2011 Exhibits Open – Exhibit Hours 9:00AM–1:00PM
Wednesday September 28, 2011 Exhibits Open – Exhibit Hours 2:00PM–4:00PM
Wednesday September 28, 2011 Exhibitor Tear Down 4:00PM–6:00PM
Thursday September 29, 2011 Exhibitor Tear Down & Move-Out 8:00AM–12Noon
Thursday September 29, 2011 GES Move-Out (Exhibit) 8:00AM–12Noon


Booth #1

Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney designs, manufactures, services and supports aircraft engines, industrial gas turbines and space propulsion systems. Whether it’s through more environmentally friendly processes, innovative services, or quieter, more fuel efficient engines, Pratt & Whitney is the pioneer behind most major advances in both military and commercial aviation.

United Technologies Research Center

United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) delivers the world’s most advanced technologies, innovative thinking and disciplined research to the businesses of United Technologies – industry leaders in aerospace propulsion, building infrastructure and services, heating and air conditioning, fire and security systems and power generation.

Pratt & Whitney Canada

Founded in 1928, and a global leader in aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada is shaping the future of business aviation with dependable, high-technology engines. P&WC’s engines are the industry benchmark for innovative design, dispatch reliability, operating economics and easy maintenance. Pratt & Whitney Canada is firmly committed to ensuring that its products are designed, produced and operated while minimizing environmental impacts throughout their life cycle.

Hamilton Sundstrand

Hamilton Sundstrand is among the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and industrial products. The company designs, manufactures and services aerospace systems and provides integrated system solutions for commercial, regional, corporate and military aircraft. It also is a major supplier for international space programs.
Booth #2
Goodrich Goodrich Corporation is a global supplier of products, systems and aftermarket services to the aerospace and defense markets. Goodrich has annual revenues of $7 billion and employs over 25,000 people around the world. Visit booth #2 to learn more about Goodrich health and usage management systems (HUMS) and rescue hoists.
Booth #3
LPTi XactLIFE TM prognostics system that incorporates materials engineering based rules to analyze the effects of mission and damage accumulation variability on component life. This predictive maintenance system helps turbine users to implement the MIL-STD-1783B based ENSIP methodologies to significantly reduce turbine maintenance costs.
Booth #4

National Instrunents

NI offers sound and vibration hardware and software for a wide range of applications, including predictive maintenance, machine diagnostics, and test cell applications. Along with 24-bit digitizers in PXI, PCI, USB and embedded platforms, NI software provides audio measurements, fractional-octave analysis, frequency analysis, transient analysis, and machine vibration order tracking.
Booth #5
Ridgetop Ridgetop Group Inc., is the world leader in providing advanced electronic prognostics and health management (PHM) solutions, semiconductors for harsh environments, and built-in self-test (BIST) solutions for critical applications. Ridgetop Group has a proven library of IP cores and board-level solutions for optimized integrated subsystems and systems.
Booth #6

Frontier Technology

Frontier Technology, Inc. develops solutions that translate complex data into accurate knowledge and informed actions. Business and sustainment decisions are supported by tools and processes for affordability assessments, logistics planning, and business case analysis. Operational decision support includes tools and methodologies for Phenomenology, Condition Based Maintenance and Systems Health Management.
Booth #7
Metis Design MDC has emerged as an SHM industry leader, leveraging a robust technology portfolio including a fully digital SHM solution with distributed infrastructure that offers higher fidelity data through digitizing sensor signals at the point of measurement, reduced computational burden through local signal processing and feature reduction, and overall minimal mass.
Booth #8


Global Technology Connection, Inc. (GTC) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA has 13 years of history in design, development and commercialization of innovative technology products and services in Predictive Maintenance, Modeling and Simulation; Advanced Materials and Failure Prevention/Analysis. Innovative products impact maintenance costs, uptime (availability) and safety in HVAC, pumps, batteries, generators, power turbines, trucks etc. GTC also partners with OEMs to make imbedded technology tools.
Booth #9


GasTOPS provides advanced products and services for machinery condition assessment, maintenance and control that reduce the cost and risk of machinery development and operations. Our innovative oil debris sensing and analysis products have helped customers in Defence, Aviation, Marine, Energy and Transportation industries improved productivity and safety for critical equipment.
Booth #10


SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. SAS helps customers at more than 50,000 sites improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster. Since 1976 SAS has been giving customers THE POWER TO KNOW®.
Booth #11
NRG Systems NRG Systems is an independently-owned manufacturing company that has served the global wind energy industry for almost thirty years. Our products can be found on every continent in more than 140 countries, serving wind turbine manufacturers, wind farm developers, electric utilities, consultants, and research institutes.
Booth #12


Since 1916, SAE International has worked with the aerospace community to find solutions and develop standards. With health management expertise in aerospace systems, e.g. structures, propulsion, landing gears, prognostics and fiber optic sensors. SAE is exploring the needs for standardization for Integrated Vehicle Health Management. Learn about SAE’s IVHM committee that is exploring standards with potential benefits for maintenance and fleet management.
Booth #13
Impact Technologies Impact Technologies is a high-tech engineering consulting and machinery health management system development firm. Impact develops sensors, systems, and software that monitor, detect, isolate, predict equipment performance and degradation, and plan optimized maintenance schedules. We provide services to our customer to reduce risk, increase safety, improve readiness, and minimize equipment support costs.

Exhibit Fee:

10′ x 10′ Booth Space with one Exhibitor Registration – $1,000
10′ x 10′ Booth Space with two Exhibitor Registrations – $1,500

Exhibit Floor Plan:

PHM 2011 Exhibits Floor Plan

Exhibits Package Includes:

  • 10’ x10’ booth space with black back and side draping
  • 6’ skirted table with two chairs, wastebasket, standard two-line 7”x44” sign indicating company name and booth number (Electric Service must be purchased by exhibitor, see Exhibitor Kit for order form)
  • Listing on our website, with a link to your company’s website
  • Attendee List in electronic format

Exhibit-Only Badges

These badges are intended for personnel who will work in the booth but not attend technical sessions.

  • Exhibitor Badges will provide admission to General Sessions, Breakfasts, Lunches, Session Breaks, Welcome and Poster Receptions, and the Annual Conference Banquet.

Service Contractor/ Exhibitor Kit

GES CANADA/Clarkson-Conway is the designated service contractor for this event. Additional booth furnishings may be purchased directly through them as well as material handling services. GES has appointed MENDELSSOHN EVENT LOGISTICS as the official customs broker and transportation provider for The PHM 2011 Conference. Mendelssohn has developed the most dependable network of transportation services expressly designed for convention and trade show traffic. For all customs and shipping needs, we recommend that you deal directly with Mendelssohn Event Logistics. They will advise on how best to ship goods and will assist exhibitors in the completion of customs documents -See page(s) 33-39 in the Exhibitor Kit.


Authorized Trade Show Letter from Border to Show and MTL-1 Customs Document
Issued by: Canadian Border Authority
Foreign participants must have in hand a copy of the trade show authorization letter and MTL-1 document at border crossing and also attach a copy of the authorization letter and MTL-1 document to expedited goods, in order to facilitate entry to Canada.

Material Handling – Exhibitors are not allowed to hand carry their tradeshow booth into the Exhibit Hall. The movement of all tradeshow material on hotel premises must be prearranged through and moved by GES. Please be sure to fill out and fax in the appropriate Material Handling Order form located in the Exhibitor Kit to ensure proper delivery..

We realize that exhibiting in a tradeshow can be complicated. If you need assistance with your orders or additional information, please call GES offices at 514-861-9694 and ask to speak to a Customer Service Representative (CSR).

Exhibits Contact

If you are interested in reserving exhibit space, please contact Jeannie Holmes.