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Do you want to eliminate ‘in the field’ paperwork, improve productivity, increase data accuracy, and work disconnected? All on a device that is practical, cost effective and reliable, and most ...

Do you want to eliminate ‘in the field’ paperwork, improve productivity, increase data accuracy, and work disconnected? All on a device that is practical, cost effective and reliable, and most importantly wanted? Welcome to the age of Smart Devices for Field Workers. Join Tu Tran (Calpine Corporation) and John Chen (Enbridge Energy share why they chose to embrace smart devices for their field workers. They will discuss why smart devices work best for both their employees and their business.

Tu Tran (Calpine Corporation)

Tu Tran has over 20 years of progressive experience and leadership in the Information Technology field servicing the Energy Utility, Biotech/Life Science, Aerospace, Public Education Sector, and Supply Chain/Logistics industries. He joined Calpine in 2008 and has led various Maximo initiatives including strategy articulation, application roadmap, architecture assessment, and program/project management. During the last two years, he has initiated a mobile strategy and formed an in-house team to develop various mobile applications to support Calpine’s Power Operations business unit.

John Chen (Enbridge Energy)

John Chen has more than 15 years of software leadership experience in the Information Technology industry. He has been working at Enbridge Energy, US since 2003. Mr. Chen is currently the Technical Lead for Maximo projects, including their Mobility initiative, for the Enbridge Gas Transportation Gathering and Processing Division.


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Enbridge & Calpine: Using Smart Devices to Make Maximo Field Work Easy Enbridge & Calpine: Using Smart Devices to Make Maximo Field Work Easy Presentation Transcript

  • Mobility  Strategy  and     Mobile  Maximo  –  Tivoli  User   Community  Webcast     June  5,  2014  
  • 2 Agenda   §  Calpine  Factoids   §  Mobile  Technology  Benefits   §  Calpine  Mobility  Strategy   §  Mobile  Maximo   §  Challenges  and  Issues   §  Customer  TesImonials   2
  • 3 Calpine  Factoids   3 •  93  renewable  geothermal  and  natural  gas-­‐fired  power  plants   •  28,000  MW  capacity  across  20  states  in  United  States   •  Corporate  Headquarters  –  Houston,  Texas  
  • 4 Mobile  Technology  Benefits   § Increase  worker  producIvity   § Eliminate  dual  data  entry  (enter  data  one  Ime)   § Improve  data  accuracy     § Streamline  operaIons  by  improving  and  speeding  up  decision-­‐making   § Maximize  value  of  back-­‐end  enterprise  systems  (e.g.  Maximo,  Historian,  etc.)   4
  • 5  Calpine’s  Strategy  for  Mobility   5 “Mobile  Compu-ng  -­‐  Extending  the  Enterprise”   Maximo Historian Inventory Management Outage Management   §  Completed  a  Mobile  Architecture  Assessment  driven  by  use  cases  (e.g.   work  management,  etc.)   §  Formed  an  in-­‐house  mobile  applicaIon  development  team  to  work  with   our  vendors  on  each  project  for  upfront  knowledge  transfer   §  Developed  core  principles  governing  mobile  development  and  design   §  Defined  mobility  standards  for  so[ware  (e.g.  JellyBean  OS)    and  hardware   (e.g.  Nexus  7  Android  tablet)   Work Management A P P S P   R   O   C   E   S   S  
  • 6 Nexus  7  Tablet     Specifica-ons   Weight   11.2  ounce   Processor  -­‐  Speed   Qualcomm  Snapdragon  -­‐  1.5GHz   BaEery  Type   1-­‐cell  lithium-­‐polymer   Diagonal  Screen  Size   7"   System  Memory  (RAM)   2GB   Storage  Capacity   16GB   Front  Facing  Webcam   Pixels   1.2MP   Digital  Camera   Yes   Digital  Camera  Pixels   5.0MP   Wi-­‐Fi  Built  In   Yes   Bluetooth-­‐Enabled   Yes   USB  2.0  Ports   1   Opera-ng  System   Android  Jelly  Bean   Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon   6
  • 7 Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  Features   Review  and  update  assigned  work  orders   Add  labor  hours  to  work  order     Add  failure  reporIng  to  work  order   Issue  parts  to  work  order   Add  work  log  entry  to  work  order   Perform  quick  labor  reporIng   Create  and  view  work  requests   Capture  photos  as  afached  documents   Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon   7
  • 8 Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon   8
  • 9 Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon  
  • 10 Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon  
  • 11 Mobile  Informer  Work  Management  ApplicaIon  
  • 12 Challenges  and  Issues   TesIng  applicaIon  compaIbility     across  various  hardware  devices   TesIng  applicaIon  compaIbility     across  mulIple  Android  OS Remote  End  User  Support  IntuiIve  user  interface  and  easy-­‐to-­‐use  
  • 13 Customer  TesImonials   “Overall  it  seems  a  success.  Bravo  Zulu!”   -­‐  T.  Gandy,  Maintenance  Manager,  Bosque   Energy  Center   “Can  we  have  Minimo  on  our  desktops?”   -­‐  Geothermal  maintenance  technician   “IntuiIve  and  easy  to  use.”   -­‐  M.  Hill,  Ops  &  Maintenance   Manager,   Clear  Lake  Co-­‐generaIon,  L.P.    
  • 14 Ques-ons  and  Answers  
  • Enbridge Maximo Mobile Solution A Critical Path to World Class and Reliability Centered Maintenance
  • Agenda •  About Enbridge •  Maximo is key to operations •  Successful mobility for Maximo •  User stories •  Mobile Maximo •  The journey continues 16
  • Enbridge Natural Gas Pipeline and Processing Plant 17 System Name   Length & Details   Location   2013 Average Capacity   Anadarko System   3,100 miles (4,989 km) of pipeline 12 processing plants 1 treating plant   Anadarko Basin in the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma   1,150 MMcf/d   North Texas system   4,600 miles (7,403 km) of pipeline 7 processing plants   Barnett Shale in Northern Texas  275 MMcf/d   East Texas System   3,900 miles (6,276 km) of pipeline 7 processing plants 11 treating plants 1 fractionation facility   Bossier Sands and Haynesville Shale in Eastern Texas   885 MMcf/d   Texas Express NGL System   580-mile (933-km) mainline 116 miles (187 km) of gathering lines   Mainline runs from Skellytown, Texas to Mont Belvieu, Texas; gathering lines in Anadarko/ Granite Wash and North Texas regions   280,000 bpd  
  • Enbridge Natural Gas Pipeline and Processing Plant 18 Challenge: Efficiently track and manage compliance, maintenance, safety, and reliability tasks associated with growing asset base •  > 750,000 HP of compression horsepower •  12,000 miles of pipeline •  > 6,200 active meters •  33 PSM facilities Solution: Provide users with mobile device that they would embrace
  • Enbridge Natural Gas Pipeline and Processing Plant •  Maximo – Asset Management, Work Management •  Centralized data base for all equipment types •  WO generation to track scheduled, unscheduled, task •  Documents best practices – workflow, business rules, PM and CM maintenance task •  Increased asset reliability, available time •  Brings high visibility to repetitive failures 19
  • 3 Steps to Successful Mobility 20 Evaluate handheld solutions (3 vendors) Engage in a pilot Involve field personnel
  • Our Clear Choice: Mobile Informer •  Quick development & deployment •  Platform Native to Maximo / No Middleware •  Intuitive / Native application •  Fast performance •  Simplicity meeting business needs •  Operates connected/disconnected •  Seamless synchronization
  • Mobile Work Management: User Stories 22 •  Activities and functions users can perform within the application •  Functional scope of the applicationWork Orders (Maintenance) Work Orders (Operators) VIEW A LIST OF ASSIGNED OR OWNED WORK ORDERS RECORD THAT AN ENGINE IS PLACED IN STANDBY CREATE A WORK ORDER REVIEW ENGINES IN STANDBY VIEW DETAILS OF A WORK ORDER RECORD THAT AN ENGINE IS REMOVED FROM STANDBY ACCEPT AND TAKE OWNERSHIP OF AN ASSIGNED WORK ORDER VIEW AND RECORD DOWNTIME FOR A WORK ORDER UPDATE A WORK ORDER COMPLETE A WORK ORDER REASSIGN A WORK ORDER CANCEL AN ASSIGNED WORK ORDER
  • Mobile Work Management: User Interface Design Designed natively for iOS •  Designed specifically for the devices: – Apple iPad Air / iPad 4 running iOS7 – Application uses Mobile Informer to manage integration with Maximo. •  Seamless connected and disconnected operation •  Attached documents viewed using the native iOS preview function – supporting: – Microsoft Office documents (Office ‘97 and newer), Apple iWork Documents – PDF files – Images – Rich Text Format (RTF) documents, and text files 23
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management User Interface Design 24
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Overall Navigation 25
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Create Work Order 26
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Place Asset on Standby 27
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Work Log 28
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Record Failure Codes 29
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Record Downtime 30
  • Mobile Work Management Mobile Work Management: Complete Work Order 31
  • Next Steps for Enbridge •  Spread the Wealth •  Phased Roll Out •  Enthusiastic reception •  Next up: Operator Rounds 32
  • 33 Questions and Contacts •  Calpine Tu Tran Director, Information Services Tu.Tran@calpine.com •  Enbridge John Chen Advisor, Operation Services John.Chen@enbridge.com •  Interloc Solutions Gretchen Gallagher EVP, Business Development & Marketing gretcheng@interlocsolutions.com