• OSIsoft Launches Cloud-native Services Platform

    For many years now, ARC Advisory Research has shown that OSIsoft is the clear market leader in plant historians and data platform technology for the operational world. It’s nice to see that the company is not resting on its laurels and continues to innovate to enable industrial organizations to gain increasing value from their data. With its latest offering, OSIsoft Cloud Services (OCS), the company has launched a cloudnative platform-as-a-service (PaaS) strategy that incorporates a secure industrial data infrastructure for on-premise, edge, and cloud.
    Year: 2019

    Plains Midstream Canada

    Plains Midstream Canada Streamlining Plains Midstream's Data: The PI System Provides Organization & Accessibility Plains Midstream Canada, a subsidiary of Plains All American Pipelines, provides crude oil storage and transportation in Canada and natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation, storage, and transp ...

    What's new in PI Vision 2019 (Russian)

    In this webinar, we will demonstrate the new functionality of PI Vision 2019, talk about changes to the requirements for configuring Kerberos network protocols, and about the migration of PI ProcessBook displays to PI Vision 2019. During the webinar, we will cover the following topics: - New PI Vision 2019 features - Configure Kerberos network protocols for PI Vision 2019 - Utility for migrating PI ProcessBook displays to PI Vision - Who will be interested in this webinar? This webinar will be of interest to all existing and potential PI System users, mimic developers, and IT professionals.
    Year: 2019

    Shell’s Enterprise Journey to Digital Transformation

    Dropping oil prices, expanding supply and growing regulations are bringing significant changes to the oil and gas industry. To stay competitive, the petroleum sector is undertaking a digital transformation and turning to Big Data, industrial IoT and advanced analytics to unlock business value.
    Year: 2019

    Societe de Transport de Montreal (STM)

    Société de Transport de Montréal (STM), the public company that manages Montreal’s subway and bus system, is the second most utilized transportation company in Canada, and the third most utilized in North America, overseeing 4 subway lines with 68 stations, as well as 220 bus lines served by about 1700 buses, along with elevators, escalators and other fixed assets. But despite the crucial services STM provides to support over 416 million passenger-trips a year, the company had limited visibility to its mass transit equipment using SCADA displays restricted to the control room.   ...
    Year: 2017