2017 - Users Conference - San Francisco - Marketplace Showcase
Leveraging the OSIsoft Infrastructure for End to End Asset Management
Since the Process Plugins apps reside entirely within the OSIsoft foundation building an end to end solution for asset management is a matter of maintaining focus on the technology that is available. With the release of the Asset Framework 2.x in early 2008 we have concentrated on building a foundation that is scalable and repeatable for monitoring a wide array of assets. Our demonstration will provide insight into achieving the end to end asset management for a combined cycle power plant.
Process Innovations Inc.
Joe founded Process Innovations Inc in 2004 and Process Plugins Inc. in 2006 to provide system integration services for OSIsoft technologies. He has provided enterprise level design, installation, training and value added applications of the OSIsoft PI system for customers in a variety of industries. In forming Process Plugins Inc.he found a need for an OSIsoft based performance and asset management system that could take full advantage of the OSIsoft technology. He has over 35 years of professional experience including power plant engineering, software systems installation and integration, project management and international business development. He holds a B.S. in both Civil and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wyoming.
Ken is the key architect of Process Plugins™ Solutions, our performance monitoring and condition based maintenance package. He has more than eighteen years’ experience developing large scale power plant performance monitoring systems including eleven years with General Physics Corporation serving as Supervisor of Application Engineering. Ken has developed performance monitoring systems for over one hundred individual power plant units and has served as a project manager, a classroom instructor, and a key developer of engineering methodologies used in online performance monitoring. Ken earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University.