When shopping for a remote battery monitoring system, it's easy to get overwhelmed. But if you know what to look for, you are one step closer to finding the correct system for your critical facility.
Our battery monitoring systems director, Josh Phillips, led a discussion on remote battery monitoring where he explains why remote battery monitoring is important and what pain points it could solve for you.
Josh also goes in-depth on the 6 critical aspects you should be looking for in a remote battery monitoring system:
- Easy to use
- Application independent
Watch the recording:
Meet our host and panelist for this episode
Battery Monitoring Systems Director
Josh is the Battery Monitoring Systems Director at PBT. With over 7 years of experience as PBT's National Sales Manager, he has worked with customers in multiple industries with vastly different facility configurations.
Prior to working at PBT, Josh was enlisted in the US Navy aboard the USS George Washington (CVN-73) where he was a hydraulics technician within the Weapons department.
Josh started his career with PBT in 2014 where he joined as a Field Applications Engineer (FAE). During his tenure as an FAE, Josh installed hundreds of battery monitoring systems for customers across
the US and in Canada while also training contractors and customers on how to successfully do the same.
As of 2023, Josh assumed the role of Battery Monitoring Systems Director, and oversees the daily operations at PBT.
Selim Maalouf is the content writer with Stored Energy Systems (SENS) and the host for this series.
He has worked both as a design engineer and a solutions engineer on end-of-line packaging automation systems for 7 years.
These completely automated lines have been powering some of the leading food & beverage, water, dairy, home & personal care, edible oil, and lube oil producers in the Europe and MENA regions.
He combines industrial engineering and marketing experience to ensure that SENS is delivering valuable content for our audience across all our channels.
He received his MS in Mechanical Engineering from the faculty of Engineering of the Lebanese University.