2008 - User Conference - Amsterdam
Event Frames Initiative Update
OSIsoft’s Event Frame Initiative looks to build support for data types defined by start and end times, and which may contain supporting data. Last year’s Event Frame presentation introduced the Initiative, and focused on research involving use cases and user scenarios. The intervening year has seen further dissection of those use cases and led to an initial design integrated with OSIsoft’s PI AF 2 product. After a general Event Frames introduction, a live demonstration shows the powerful concepts and tools currently under development and then briefly addresses the scope of Event Frames Version 1.
Chris Coen is a Product Manager for the Event Frames (Batch) products as well as the migration strategy from the Module Database to the AF Database. He has worked for OSIsoft since 1998 and for several years was the software development lead on both the BatchView and ActiveView products. He has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. In his spare time he plays guitar and taiko drums and you may have seen him playing these at a previous OSIsoft User Conference.
Chris Nelson is currently the Batch/Event Frame software development lead at OSIsoft, LLC Prior to joining OSIsoft, Chris worked for Merck & Co., Inc., as a Manager in both Clinical Trial Systems and Manufacturing Process Information Systems. Chris has over 14 years of experience in software development having designed several manufacturing information and data analysis systems as well as participating in various control system implementations.