2015 - Users Conference - San Francisco
Manual Data Entry with PI Manual Logger
Almost all companies collect some of their data manually. In order to use this data in reports and displays along with other PI System data, you need to get it into the PI Server. At this session, learn quickly how PI Manual Logger can help with this task by providing a configuration experience that requires no coding and a data collection experience that supports a variety of device types.
Laurie Dieffenbach is an OSIsoft Product Manager, responsible for working with customers and developers to guide enhancements for client products such as PI ProcessBook and PI Manual Logger. She has worked with and for OSIsoft for 20 years.
Rhonda Clendenon joined OSIsoft in 2007 and is the Team Lead for PI Manual Logger. She has a degree in Computer Science and Math from UT (the one east of the Mississippi). Prior to joining OSIsoft, she worked in the Process Automation field for six years and then with a System Integrator company for 10 years. Clendenon enjoys the variety of development opportunities that PI Manual Logger offers and also enjoys working closely with customers and OSIsoft support team members to deliver a product with features that offer great value.