2019 - PI World - San Francisco - Life Sciences / Specialty Chemicals
Enterprise PI and the Digital Plant (Eli Lilly)
Lilly is actively working on its Digital Plant vision. Delivering on this vision is a transformational journey and will need significant collaboration and coordination across Lilly’s manufacturing sites to deliver with speed and agility. Establishing global standards and solutions will be a key enabler to accelerate the transformation across global manufacturing sites. As part of the global vision, Lilly recently invested in an Enterprise PI license. Using concepts such as PI AF and Event Frames, the Enterprise PI is a key enabler to enforce common standards, deploy globally consistent solutions across manufacturing sites and deliver with speed, agility and reduced cost. In this session we will present the following:
How to deploy an Enterprise PI strategy in a hybrid PI environment – best practices, do and don’ts.
How AF can help enforce global standards and solutions without disruption site operations.
Energy Management project as an example of a global solution
Eli Lilly and Company
Wilfred Mascarenhas is an Advisor for Data and Analytics in Manufacturing and Quality IT at Eli Lilly and Company. Wilfred has over 15 years of experience in Manufacturing It and over 20 years in Data and Analytics. Following his graduation in 1990 from IIT Bombay - Engineering, Wilfred obtained a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech and later a Masters in Computer Science from Purdue University. In his current role, Wilfred provides leadership for the technical direction and innovation in the Data and Analytics space for Manufacturing and Quality. Wilfred is an active member of several cross Pharma and Life Sciences forums such as Bio Phorum for IT (BPIT) and Parenteral Drug Association (PDA).
Greg White is the Energy Manager for Eli Lilly and Company at the corporate headquarters and manufacturing sites in Indianapolis, IN. He has a BSME from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and over 25 years of engineering and operations experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, utilities and facilities management. In his current role, Greg is responsible for oversight and project management related to energy consumption and energy reduction activities at the Indianapolis sites.