You might know already that PI Integrator for Esri ArcGIS does a marvelous job at integrating space and time. What you might not know is that this integration is made possible by a little-known component called a "feature service". A feature service is a simple web service capability that makes otherwise static maps and apps "sparkle" with real-time data from a variety of sources.
In this session, we provide an overview of the role of feature services within the Esri ArcGIS Platform. We also discuss an entirely new capability that allows you to add live feature services directly from PI, which makes it possible to deliver real-time data to spatial dashboards, and also enables history-enabled maps. A history-enabled map provides views of your assets at various times for more complex analysis.
We’ll also review the near-term and future development roadmaps.
Attend this session to understand the latest PI Integrator for Esri ArcGIS developments and learn how other customers are gaining value from PI Integrator for Esri ArcGIS.
Michelle began her life with PI in the mid-1980s as the world's first PI System Administrator at Hawaiian Independent Refinery, where she spent 15 years. She joined OSIsoft in early 1990 as a Software Engineer. Back in those days, all developers did everything - technical support, training, field service, system administration, lunch wait staff and help. Between 1996 and 2003, Michelle managed a few technical groups; Field Service, Technical Support, IT & Telecommunications, and Releases. In 2003 she left management and returned to a customer facing role. Very recently, she's been a member of the product management team, focusing on integration with external systems.