2016 - Users Conference - San Francisco
Getting Started with IIoT and the PI System
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing the way we think about the value and potential of data; it holds the promise to make our world a better place by improving the performance, efficiency, reliability, and safety of everything from our industrial assets to the cities we live in. But how to I get started? This session will provide suggestions on where to find IIoT opportunities in your organization and examples on how to design, build, and deploy an IIoT project with the PI System, from the sensors that provide the data to the analytics applications that provide new insights into this data. Join us in this session to learn more about using new PI connector and integrator technologies and how these products used with the PI System help realize the potential of IIoT.
Chris is a Senior Product Manager at OSIsoft focused on the product strategy for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Chris joined OSIsoft in 2014 in the role of Partner Solution Architect with over 25 years of process automation, data management, and project execution experience having worked in various engineering and marketing roles in the power, process, and semiconductor industries. Chris spent the 15 years prior to joining OSIsoft at a large process automation supplier where he worked closely with OSIsoft to develop applications and solutions to integrate with the PI System. Chris has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Kansas State University, holds several patents in the areas of process automation and data integration, and is a registered Professional Engineer.
Dan Noonen joined OSIsoft in 2013 as the Product Manager for PI System Access. In 2014 he accepted a role as Team Lead in OSIsoft's Integration Technologies Group working on both Embedded Connectors and the PI Integrator for Esri ArcGIS. Prior to OSIsoft Noonen worked at Rockwell Automation for 28 years where he held various firmware and software development positions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.