2013 - Users Conference - San Francisco
Put Yourself on the Map: The Fusion of the PI System and Esri ArcGIS
Esri enables organizations to maximize data and applications by revealing the where in their corporate data. Esri ArcGIS extends the value of traditional enterprise applications by incorporating GIS (geographic information systems) to help you visualize, question, analyze, interpret, and understand data. It consists of a scalable platform that works in the cloud, on mobile devices, and within existing information technology (IT) systems.
The result is access to better information for organizations at every level that unearths relationships, patterns, and trends that would otherwise remain locked away.
OSIsoft and Esri are working together to make sure you are able to harness the power of your data with GIS. By displaying real-time network data and historical information on a map, you will be able to see patterns based on geography and perform spatial analysis. The combination of Esri ArcGIS & the PI System will bring your data to life and put you on the map!
Christopher Cappelli is a geographer with a true passion for information technologies. He excels at working with clients to define and implement practical and sound solutions tailored to industry, team, and corporate needs. Chris has worked for Esri for many years in a variety of positions, first as an implementation consultant and programmer, and now currently as the Director of Sales. You can find more information out about him on LinkedIn.
John Baier is the Director of Marketing at OSIsoft, which includes Product Management, Product Marketing, and Marketing Communications. In his role, John and his team work with OSIsoft customers to understand their needs and translate those into
PI System capabilities that can deliver the most customer value. His team also works on simple and effective explanations of the
PI System for existing and prospective customers, helping them to move forward to meet business challenges using real-time data. John came to OSIsoft 4 years ago after 23 years at Rockwell Automation, where he held a variety of roles in software engineering, engineering management, business management, and software architecture. He has over a dozen US Patents to his name in the area of plant floor information management and factory controls.
John holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University.