2017 - Users Conference - San Francisco - Facilities, Water and Industry Management
Harvard Medical School Transformed Using PI System Data
Harvard Medical School (HMS) will speak on its transformation by utilizing PI System data from 250+ critical research rooms. Researchers in HMS needed details of room conditions (realtime & history) to contextualize with research findings. Historically, they had to contact facilities requesting room conditions, which was inefficient and delayed. Now, real-time sharing helps avoid costly research work going wrong and supports HMS back up with information during any conflicts. PI System data helps energy specialists provide heat map of every floor in all buildings. This is a real-time indication of energy usage in relation to optimal predicted value. The building managers use this to avoid higher than peak power usage reducing energy bills. HMS has also planned to use PI System data from Air Handling Units to determine the health of the asset. AHU’s in HMS circulate 100% air to maintain high air quality standards. The findings will be used to plan maintenance work, optimize operations & save cost.
- Facilities & Data Centers
Harvard Medical School
Rob has over 20 years of equipment maintenance / reliability experience beginning with Auxiliary Engineering on board a US Navy Attack Submarine and includes metal refineries, pharma, and power generation. Joining Harvard Medical School Facilities from Johnson Control, the outsource maintenance contractor, Rob has several years of experience at Harvard. With a BS in Marine engineering, Rob also holds many other certifications. He is a Certified Plant Engineer, ACDE Board certified in deep sea mixed gas saturation diving, has an EPA/CFC license, restricted pesticide license, mobile crane instructors license and level 3 NDE UT certification.
Bahwan CyberTek Inc
Stanley Moses Sathianthan
Stanley Moses Sathianthan has 14 years of experience in plant automation, asset management and Intelligence solutions. In the last 7 years, he developed an IoT platform for Bahwan CyberTek (BCT) and supported multiple Fortune 500 customers realize value of data. He has architected analytics programs for power generation, T&D, facilities, and manufacturing companies that has resulted asset effectiveness and cost savings. Prior to BCT, Stanley has worked with Tata Consultancy Services and Saint Gobain Glass, where he built his expertise around plant automation and asset management. He graduated from Madras Institute of Technology, India as an Instrumentation Engineer. He lives in Boston, MA.