Maintenance has evolved over the years from simply reacting to machinery breakdowns, to performing time-base Preventive Maintenance work orders, to today’s emphasis on the ability to detect early forms of degradation in predictive, condition-based maintenance. This presentation will described how the RtPM Platform can be configured to provide real-time maintenance alerts which lead decision-makers to an integrated information center that enables concise decisionmaking and is capable of automated work order generation.
Patrick Lee is employed by San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) as the Director of Electric Regional Operations. His current responsibilities include electric distribution construction, maintenance, field operations, skills and compliance training and business processes support and performance management. In this capacity, he provides leadership for public and employee safety, electric system reliability, work management, budget management, and workforce management. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in electrical engineering from San Diego State University and a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from California State University, Sacramento. Mr. Lee is a registered professional electrical engineer in California. Prior to his career at SDG&E, he worked for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District andthe Electric Department at the city of Roseville in California. Mr. Lee joined SDG&E in 1991 and has held positions of increasing responsibility. Some of his past experiences include electric system planning, engineering standards, transmission and substation construction and maintenance, transmission and distribution reliability, electric system automation, system protection, engineering data integration, andbusiness process re-engineering. He has been in his current position since September 2005.
Curt Hertler is a Platform Strategist with OSIsoft. Prior to this role, he established and managed the OSIsoft Developers Network. Before joining OSIsoft, he spent 19 years in the petroleum refining industry working for Marathon Oil and British Petroleum. He has held positions in process engineering, advanced control and optimization, and capital planning. He served five years on the National Petroleum Refiners AssociationComputer Applications Committee. He graduated with a B.S. and M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan.