2019 - OSIsoft PI World Gothenburg - Manufacturing
Panel Discussion - Digital Twins
All transportation equipment begin life on the CAD table before starting its journey through discrete manufacturing plants into the hands of supply chain operations. Modern digital models are created at every step of this process and connecting those data sets and models are key to a "whole data life-cycle". Using this data across its life (cradle to grave) has been a vision for many companies that is now coming into reality. Our joint industry meet up with discuss how the PI Community can bring these worlds together and increase the value of operational data across the asset life-cycle. Strategic partners and innovative customers are encouraged to share what they are doing and how knowledge and collaboration can lead to faster results.
- Academia & Research
- Chemicals & Petrochemicals
- Facilities & Data Centers
- Food & Beverage
- Oil & Gas
- Pulp & Paper
Enrique Herrera recently joined OSIsoft, and is based at our headquarters in San Leandro. As a market principal covering new markets, he is focused on shaping the strategy for connected devices. He brings over 23 years of engineering experience from the automotive OEM perspective (Ford Motor Company and Jaguar Cars) and as a Tier 1 supplier (Visteon Corporation). He has cross-functional experiences from Powertrain Design, Manufacturing Operations and Information Technology. More recently, Herrera served as a Senior Business Strategy Architect on the Microsoft Enterprise Consulting Services team. Herrera led a global community of enterprise architects on various initiatives such as connected vehicles, enterprise manufacturing intelligence and automotive retail solutions.He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in Advanced Automotive Engineering from Loughborough University in the UK.
Matt Miller, OSIsoft's Industry Principal for Transportation has been a technical marketing and sales professional for more than 30 years, with a broad background in developing industrial automation electronics, control systems and information solutions for OEM and enterprise customers. Over the course of three decades he has helped bring dozens of innovative machine-to-machine products to market, including the use of the OSIsoft PI System into embedded, mobile and fixed transportation assets. Matt has been working with Microsoft, Cisco, Qualcomm and leading telematics companies to evolve the Next Generation Telematics Platform, bringing Real-time Operational Intelligence tools to the transportation value chain and smart city initiatives.
Cevat Elik is a manufacturing solution architect and an advisor at Dassault Systèmes where he focuses on helping manufacturers to digitally transform their manufacturing business processes to embrace the 4th industrial revolution.
He brings over 12 years of experiences in implementing model based manufacturing solutions to OEMs in the Nordic region. He has unique know how in digital continuity scenarios covering configuration management, change management and BOM management from design, manufacturing, planning to production.
The last 4 years Cevat is leading a EuroNorth team with solution consultants where their focus area includes digital manufacturing, advanced planning & scheduling and manufacturing operations management.
Ian Hughes is a Senior Analyst for the Internet of Things practice at 451 Research. He has 30 years of experience in emerging technology as a developer, architect and consultant through key technology trends.
Ian has 20 years of experience at IBM in cross-industry application development. This included automotive, global sporting events, retail and telecommunications.
Ian was early to the Web development space in 1998 and social media in 2004, and was influential in virtual-worlds adoption in 2006-09. He has spent the past seven years at his own consulting company, where he presented a regular emerging technology feature on a UK Saturday morning children's TV show, built virtual disaster simulators for hospitals, pitched startups to investors, wrote a technology column for a fashion magazine and wrote two sci-fi novels. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Technology from Southampton Solent University in 2018.