Building on the August 18th global webinar on Digital Twins for Remote Operations which introduced operationally focused no-code digital twins and the associated best practices in leveraging to support remote operations, please join this webinar to learn more about how no-code digital twins can be used to support a layers of analytics and hybrid data lake strategy.
Operating companies who are realizing transformative business value from “analytics” are leveraging a layers of analytics strategy in a hybrid data lake approach. They have rationalized and selected proven supporting digital technologies using a disciplined approach to move up the analytical layers of descriptive, diagnostic, and predictive in an on-premises, highly secure, operationally(OT) focused data lake moving upward only when cost-benefit justified into the higher levels of advanced predictive, and prescriptive in a cloud-enabled IT data lake. This approach also includes operationalizing the results of the advanced analytics layers back thru the lower level analytical layers when appropriate as forecasts with associated plan versus actual analytics and predictive model validation.
One of the most powerful digital technologies used by these leading companies is operationally focused no-code digital twins including associated visualization that enables the subject matter experts (SMEs) to configure and evolve using drag and drop capabilities and easy expressions with minimal training and governance. Key is the ability to rapidly deploy, scale, evolve, and manage the no-code digital twins and their associated object and visualization templates. When combined and deployed, the no-code digital twins create a real-time, operationally focused digital replica of a physical system enabling a layer of analytics and hybrid data lake strategy and enterprise-wide self-serve access to contextualized operational intelligence with governance.
In this webinar, attendees will learn:
- What is a no-code, operationally focused digital twin including object and visualization templates
- What is a “layers of analytics” approach across a hybrid data lake strategy
- What is the linkage between the no-code digital twin and the layers of analytics strategy
- What are the best practices associated with evolving layers of analytics underpinned with no code digital twins
- What collateral is available to support further understanding and application of no-code digital twins and a layers of analytics strategy
About the Presenters
Enrique Herrera is an Industry Principal at OSIsoft where he focuses 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 in 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.
Craig Harclerode is an O&G and HPI Industry Principal at OSIsoft where he consults with companies on how the PI System can add value to their organizations as an operational real-time integration, applications, and analytics infrastructure.
Craig has spent his career focusing on digital-enabled business transformation addressing the dimensions of people/culture and process reengineering and for the last 15 years, doing so by leveraging the PI System in the areas of IIOT/edge, PI AF/PI Vision no-code digital twins, layers of analytics, and hybrid cloud deployments to deliver transformative business value. Craig’s 40-year career has included engineering, operations, and automation in supervisory, executive management, and consultative roles at Amoco Oil, Honeywell IAC, and Aspen Tech. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University, an MBA from Rice University, and is a former Project Management Professional (PMP). Craig has numerous publications and is a regular thought leader presenter at conferences and events globally on “going digital”.
Sasha Krivonosova is a Senior Pre-Sales Engineer at OSIsoft. As the OSIsoft Oil & Gas Industry Champion, Sasha works with many diverse clients spanning the entire O&G supply chain and supports the development and demonstration of Oil and Gas no code digital twins and associated visualization. Prior to OSIsoft, she earned a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at Perm State Technical University in Russia and worked as a Software Engineer for the Russian O&G company, Lukoil.
Steve Edwards is a Sr. Systems Engineer providing customer-facing advisory services and team leadership at OSIsoft. Steve leads the standards group from OSIsoft Success Services on Digital Twin for physical assets in operations and leads the development of the Digital Twin core library from OSIsoft that is available to all customers for building Digital Twins in the PI System.