The Reliability Ireland organisation committee has launched a call for speakers for the 2019 Reliability conference, which will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cork, on 26 and 27 March 2019.

Reliability Ireland is a 2-day learning and networking conference for engineers responsible for maintenance, reliability, continuous improvement, condition monitoring or asset management in the manufacturing, power generation and fleet management sectors.

We are now seeking potential speakers to submit presentation proposals.

Key themes of Reliability Ireland 2019 will include

  • 21st Century Condition Monitoring and Preventative Maintenance
  • Next-Generation Reliability & Asset Management for Industry 4.0
  • Strategy, leadership, training, and culture for reliability project success

We are also interested in case studies from practising engineers in industry who have ‘walked in the walk’ in terms of achieving a significant improvement in reliability performance or successfully implemented one or more reliability-focused projects

How to submit a presentation proposal

If you would like to speak at Reliability Ireland 2019, please submit your presentation proposal before the end of January 2019.

Once received, your submission will be passed on to our committee for evaluation as received, on a rolling basis, and you will get back in touch with you.

Your expression of interest can be submitted through our online form at

Alternatively, you can email your proposal to us at, including the items below:

  • Contact details
  • Company name
  • Title of presentation
  • 100- to 500-word summary, covering key areas such as problem/challenge, solution implemented, obstacles/barriers and results achieved – or similar, as appropriate, for the topic.

Please note that we operate a non-commercialism policy with regard to presentations, so all speakers must commit to sharing their information in an educational, non-commercial and non-self-promotional manner.

For further information, or to discuss a presentation idea, feel free to call us on +353 (0)59 9152881 or email