Dynetics will host a one-day OSIsoft Federal workshop, "The Power of Actionable Data: Enabling Asset Management and CBM in Real Time and Achieving the Vision of Asset Management International Standards and DoD CBM ," on April 16, 2015. The workshop is primarily targeted to federal agencies but is open to commercial organizations, as well. The workshop will take place in the Dynetics Corporate Headquarters main conference room at 1002 Explorer Blvd. in Huntsville's Cummings Research Park.
OSIsoft provides an open infrastructure to connect sensor-based data, operations and people to enable real-time intelligence. The OSIsoft flagship product, the PI System, enables an organization's operation to capture and leverage sensor-based data across its enterprise, supporting informed decisions at both the tactical and strategic levels.
"We are pleased to host an OSIsoft workshop for the second consecutive year," said Cindy Griner, Dynetics division manager. "Dynetics is an official system integrator and supplier of OSIsoft PI. We also provide OSIsoft with cyber security/information assurance services for the PI System."
Workshop attendees from a variety of agencies, as well as from various industrial sectors, will gather at the workshop to learn how to easily and cost-effectively collect, store, analyze, visualize and share data to deliver on asset management and CBM program objectives. The agenda will highlight real examples of how to do the following:
- Collect CBM data from heavy and/or mobile equipment in real-time and provide that data back to a centralized performance monitoring center
- Make the CBM data actionable, including automatic notifications to maintenance/asset management and logistic systems
- Provide CBM data to basic and advanced analytical tools and engines
- Understand CBM within the context of life cycle asset management
The presenters from industry and government will share their experience on why and how the PI System real-time data infrastructure can enable an enterprise to optimize the availability, reliability and cost of its assets.
Eighty-five people attended the 2014 inaugual OSIsoft event featuring the topic of energy management. The 2015 workshop in Huntsville is one of four OSIsoft Federal workshops scheduled for this year. The other locations are Norfolk Va., Washington, D.C., and Denver, Colo.
For more information and to register, visit the website at http://www.osisoft.com/corporate/Events/Huntsville.html.