GTI Predictive Technology, Inc. proudly announces the appointment of Yuri Khazanov as Chief Technology Officer, effective immediately. Khazanov leads GTI Predictive’s research and development, for both hardware products and software. Additional responsibilities include product portfolio roadmap and customer technical support.
“GTI Predictive was founded to help others by developing and supplying cutting edge predictive solutions. I am pleased to have Yuri on board to help accelerate our technology and further our mission,” says Tom Hoenig, President.
In his previous role with John Crane, Khazanov headed a global engineering team, specializing in developing prediction solutions for pumps and compressors. There, he researched new machine learning methods for identification of failure modes in industrial assets using sensor data.
“I am excited to be joining GTI Predictive, a well-respected leader in the predictive space. I am looking forward to applying my knowledge and experience to developing innovative solutions for our customers and all that can benefit from our impressive technology,” states Khazanov.
Earlier, Khazanov served as President and Principal Engineer at InCheck Technologies, a company he co-founded. While there, Yuri led development of a first-of-a-kind cloud-based system for machine health monitoring and automated fault diagnostics for industrial machines using vibration data.
Khazanov was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. He obtained his combined Master and Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” (MPEI). He immigrated to the United Stated in 1990. Khazanov has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Illinois since 1994. He is a named inventor on four US patents and has published articles on machine reliability.