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Paul Sitter, Appleton Papers Inc

  1. 1. PI Users' Conference '99 Agenda Keynote and General Session Presentations Neil Charney, VBA Product Manager, Microsoft VBA and DNA for manufacturing Paul Sitter, Appleton Papers Inc. “The evolution of PI System #16 at Appleton Papers: A Historical View of development and conceptual changes that took place at API due to PI" Phil Tencer, EastmanChemical Corporate-wide Rollout of PI to over 20 Plantsites George Krc, Mead Paper The PI Conference – A Review of who we are, what we’ve seen, what we’ve done, and what we’ve learned as OSI customers during the past 10 years. Pat Kennedy, President, OSI Software, Inc. OSI Strategic Directions Don Smith, OSI Software, Inc. 1998 in review – technical accomplishments Phil Ryder, VP Sales and Marketing, OSI Software, Inc. 1998 in review – business achievements Mark Hughes, VP Entgineering, OSI Software, Inc. Current and Future Development plans
  2. 2. Presentations by our Customers Rex Spahn Manatee – BP Exploation PI for Exploration & Production Environments Jeff Nesloney, CITGO Refining and Chemicals & Kevin Jurica, Syntex Management Systems, Inc. “PI Here, PI There, PI Everywhere” Topics include a Live Demo of the existing PI WEB Graphics application in the Corpus Christi Refinery and identification of key Microsoft and PI Software requirements for desktop and Client/Server computers. Frank Borth, Com Ed “Conquering the World with PI” Jon Croonenberg, Coors Brewing “Three Tier Applications using the PI Historian with Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), Internet Information Server (IIS), ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and ActiveX Controls.” Marc Souche, Elf Autochem “Batch Reporting for simple units” Craig McInnes, NZ Refining “PI- The Data Corner Store” Francois Germain, Oxochemie/BP/Elf Topics Using PI to link plant data with manufacturing costs Andy B. Carroll, Pepco/Black & Veatch “ Implementing an Operator Rounds Data Acquisition System in PI” Carlo Volpones, Polomeri & Roberto Chiarlone, Synapsis “Taking SAP to the factory floor:an Italian Experience" Adrian Ferguson, Scottish Hydro “ How PI has become a fundamental part of the business.” Rich Winslow, Sterling Diagnostics Linking PI and SAP Converting to PI on NT Sufyan Mohd Nor, Technik Janakuasa & Mohd Helmy Ibrahim, Technik Janakuasa “The Implementation of LARIS (Lumut Advanced Realtime Information System) in Lumut Power Plant, Malaysia”
  3. 3. Presentations with or by our Partners Richard M. Crossan, Jr., SAP Plant Centric: SAP Strategy for R/3 to Plant Systems Integration Dean Brown, Dow Corning & Dane Overfeld, Exele Information Systems Using EDICTvb with PI at DCC Adrian Bannister, Ireland Electricity Board & Alan Dormer, MDC Technology “Working to Succeed with an Operations Information System” Brian Vandevier, AE Staley & Davendra Godbole, Pavilion Technologies Phil Morrow, Mike Kesler, Jason Banfelder , Kesler Engineering, Inc. “Fired Heater Operations Using PI and ProcessBook” Phil Morrow and Jason Banfelder, Kesler Engineering “Component Software: Using ActiveX Object Modeling with PI “ Martin Bryant, F1 Business Systems "PI Archive 101" Topics include Data Flow, Exception Reporting, Compression, Interpolation, and how PI handles discrete and continuous data. Martin Bryant, F1 Business Systems " Advanced PI-DataLink" Case studies that illustrate how to use PI for shift reporting, for SQC analysis... how to find the difference in time between two points in your process by using coefficient of correlation, how to do population studies, how to use the solver, the conditional formatting etc.. Elaine Visner and Bob Visner, Nimble Solutions How to Build ActiveX controls
  4. 4. Presentations by OSI Software, Inc. General Topics The year in review – technical accomplishments Don Smith The year in review – business achievements Phil Ryder Current and Future Development plans Mark Hughes Tips from the trenches Bob Ortega, Bryan Owen Batch Applications PI-Batch Fundamentals (Batch SDK, Trend automation interface, tree view, exele add-in enhancements) Jack Aude, Dave Draper, Jon Peterson PI-Batch Applications (templates, genealogy) Jack Aude, Dave Draper, Jon Peterson Mostly client applications PI-ActiveView(ProcessBook for the web) Mark Hughes, Brian Bostwick PI Alarm clients Don Smith PI-ProcessBook Mark Hughes, Brian Bostwick PI-Profiles Ken Coates PI-SQC Applications Ted Grozkiewicz, Chris Coen PI-ProcessBook and PI-DataLink tools for developers (including Wizards and graphic conversion) Jack Aude, Curt Hertler. Mostly server applications PI Data Archive and Server Ray Verhoeff, Richard Beeson, Jon Peterson PI-SDK Bill Vaughan, Harry Smith PI-SMT – System Management Tools Jin Young Integration RLink – SAP Gateway to PI Ron Kolz, Gretchen Scwhenzer Integration with Batch Systems Quin Dennis Building the middle tier application ODBC, SQL server, Cross database joins, Web object and infrastructure) Mark Hughes, Ray Verhoeff, John Matranga , Brian Bostwick