The NorCal Bay Area Maximo User Group full day workshop was held at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories on May 8, 2013, from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm, with a tour of the lab after the meeting.

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Maximo Crystal Reports John Peterson – City of Roseville
Hierarchy Malarkey: Solving the need to change the hierarchy and maintain a cross reference for history TiLiAnne Tanner,  Sonoma County Water Agency
Spatial / GIS  Lily Dryden and Connie Marr, SFPUC
KPI: King Pin Inclination or Key Performance Indicator: It’s all perspective
Melissa Brown, Golden Gate Bridge HTD
 Asset Condition Assessment Paul Bonitz, San Francisco Public Utilities Waste Water

Lunch provided by our Sponsors: DataSplice : Solufy : GeoNexus : Actuate

Tririga / Integrated workplace management  Kari Dimler IBM
Capturing new assets in Maximo through project coordination and work order prioritization Dean Wyley, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD)
Wrap up / Final Comments Scott Schilling,  NorCalMUG Bay Area Director
Rick Crory, NorCalMUG Sacramento
LBL Advanced Light Source Tour FULL Tour Host – Jeff Troutman, LBL 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m

The Advanced Light Source (ALS) is located in Berkeley, California. The original building, situated in the East Bay hills overlooking San Francisco Bay, was completed in 1942. The domed structure was built to house Berkeley Lab’s namesake E. O. Lawrence’s 184-inch cyclotron, an advanced version of his first cyclotron for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1939. Today, the expanded building houses the ALS, a third-generation synchrotron and national user facility that attracts scientists from around the world.

http://www-als.lbl.gov/index.php/about-the-als/quick-facts.html



OBJECTIVES and NOTES:

1) Education is the primary purpose.
2) Attendance is free of charge to the user community.
    (Complimentary continental breakfast and lunch included)
3) Meetings are held twice per year and are one day in duration.
4) Vendors may attend but this is not a trade show or a sales event.

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Thank you to our sponsors, DataSpliceGeoNexusSolufy and Actuate

Presentations may be downloaded here: (You must be logged it to view)
http://www.maximousers.org/forums/maximo-user-groups/NorCal/fall-12

The Fall 12 NorCal Bay Area Maximo User Group workshop was Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at AT&T Park (home of the SF Giants) from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.  Much thanks to our sponsors for providing refreshments, lunch, and ensuring that attendance to our workshops remain free!

Special thanks to Lawrence Berkeley National Labs for hosting the past 3 years.

IBM provided several links at the last meeting for our members:

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Topics from the meeting:

A GIANT step forward in SFPUC WWE Asset Management with Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
Presenter: Christine Spencer, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

Integrating Maximo for the creation of an Automated Vehicle and Fluid Management System (AVFMS)
Presenter: Steve Miller, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District

Maintenance Fundamentals: Overview of Business Process Development, Planning & Scheduling Work, and Performance Reporting
Presenter: Dean Wyley, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD)

Session 1A: Health, Safety, and Environmental – Reducing errors

Session 1B: Mobility Management and Strategies – Improving performance on the field

Session 2A: Reports and Adhoc – Hitting the right statistics 

Session 2B: Scheduling and Labor Management – Knowing your line-up

Afterwards, the group caught the action as the Giants hosted the Arizona Diamondbacks in their last “night home game” of the season!

As per our other meetings, there was no charge for the meeting, plus a complimentary continental breakfast and lunch were included. Sponsors for our meeting: DataSplice :: Actuate:: Quadres Group :: Drawbase :: Solufy

The NorCalMUG full day Bay Area workshop was held April 4, 2012 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

Agenda:

Introduction Chairman, Tammy Thompson LBNL
NorCal MUG Bay Area –
Objective / Attendee Introductions 
Coordinator, Scott Schilling
NorCal MUG Bay Area 
Lessons Learned from
Mobile Implementation
Presenter; Bay Area Rapid Transit
Sponsor Introductions – Morning Break
Maximo Implementation Review
and Creation of Asset Management
Group for Environmental Utilities
Section
Presenter; Mike Zacharia
The City of Roseville
Break
Sequential Job Plans  Presenter; Melissa Brown
Golden Gate Transportation Dist. 
Lunch Thank you to our Sponsors: DataSplice | Worktech | Solufy
IBM: Tririga overview Jay Suwara, Renee Gibbon, IBM
Close Chairman – Tammy Thompson and Coordinator – Scott Schilling

 

MEETING LOCATION: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1 Cyclotron Road, Building #66  Berkeley, CA 94720-8099 


OBJECTIVES and NOTES:

1) Education is the primary purpose.
2) Attendance is free of charge to the user community.
    (Complimentary continental breakfast and lunch included)
3) Meetings are held twice per year and are one day in duration.
4) Presentations and demonstrations are provided by the user community only.
5) Vendors may attend but this is not a trade show or a sales event.

Sponsors for our meeting:

DataSplice
WorkTech
Solufy


The next NorCal Maximo Users Group full day Bay Area workshop was held Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm.

 Presentations may be found here: 

http://maximousers.org/forums/maximo-user-groups/norcal-maximo-user-group-bay-area-workshops/presentations-october-26-2011



OBJECTIVES and NOTES:

1) Education is the primary purpose.
2) Attendance is free of charge to the user community.
    (Complimentary continental breakfast and lunch included)
3) Meetings are held twice per year and are one day in duration.
4) Presentations and demonstrations are provided by the user community only.
5) Vendors may attend but this is not a trade show or a sales event.

Sponsors for our meeting:

DataSplice
WorkTech
Banetti
Solufy


The next NorCal Maximo Users Group full day Bay Area workshop will be April 13, 2011 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories.

The meeting is free, plus continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. 


Agenda: April 13, 2011

Morning meet and greet, Coffee / Juices / Pastries 7:30am 8:00am
NorCal Bay Area MUG Maximo Users Workshop Kick Off
 
Hosts: Ken Fletcher and Tammy Thompson,
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
8:00am 8:20am
General Welcome Ken Fletcher
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Agenda schedule / Transportation schedule Scott Schilling, DataSplice
NorCalMUG general Information Rick Crory, Crory and Associates
Sponsor Spotlight – Banetti – Matthew Boehne 8:25am 8:35m
Maximo Linear Assets: IBM Maximo Linear Asset Manager extends the capabilities of Maximo to include the management of critical linear assets Frank Henry,
IBM
8:45am 9:30am
Sponsor Spotlight – Solufy Information Technologies – Gerry Lamarche 9:35am 9:45am
Extending Maximo with Mobile
Integrating mobile technology with key business areas and performance measures / High level planning, Impact Assessment and Implementation
Ken Fletcher,
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
10:00am 10:45am
Sponsor Spotlight – WorkTech – Frank Keane 10:55 11:05am
Smarter Cities on a Smarter Planet
Driving sustainable growth and prosperity through the strategic use of technology
Pete Karns, IBM 11:15am 12:00pm
Lunch Sponsored by DataSplice / Solufy / Work Tech / Banetti 12:00pm 1:00pm
Transitioning from Maximo 4 to 7:
Lessons Learned from the End-User Perspective
Tom Cotter, and Danean LeNoir,
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
– Waste Water Enterprise
1:00pm 1:45pm
Benefits and Added Functionality of Maximo 7 Frank Henry, IBM 1:45pm 2:15pm
General Q&A/ Closing Comments Rick Crory and Scott Schilling 2:15pm 2:30pm
 
MEETING LOCATION: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1 Cyclotron Road, Building #66  Berkeley, CA 94720-8099 
 
PARKING LOCATION: Lawrence Hall of Science, 1 Centennial Dr. Berkeley, CA 94720 – There is a self parking fee of $7.00 so have change available then look for the NorCalMUG Shuttle bus pick up location signs and grab the shuttle to the Auditorium building #66
 
Are you coming in from out of town? You can stay at the Berkeley Guest House. Call 510-495-8000 for reservations. Rooms start at $110 for attendees. Please mention the NorCal Maximo Users Group.
 
NorCalMug meets in Sacramento 10 times a year, and has its home at http://www.norcalmug.org.

Sponsors for the April 2011 meeting:

DataSplice
WorkTech
Banetti
Solufy

Thank you for attending. The next full day Bay Area workshop will be held Spring, 2011

The  NorCal Maximo Users Group full day workshop will be October 6, 2010 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories.

TOPICS:

Facilities Lockshop
Living with Maximo 4.11
Archiving in Maximo
Establishing a Planned / Scheduled Organization
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Tour- The Molecular Foundry-Discovering the Future, Atom by Atom

IMPORTANT PARKING and SHUTTLE INFO

*Parking is $7.00 for the entire day*

1. Pickups starting @ 6:30am and run every 30 minutes until noon at the main parking area "The Lawrence Hall of Science"  located at 1 Centennial Dr, Berkeley, CA 94720 to Building #66 Auditorium – (Look for posted Yellow NCMUG shuttle pick location sign)
2. Pay for parking at the self service pay station. 
2. There will be a pickup at the guest house to Building #66 Auditorium 
3. Resume returning guests to the main parking area and the Guest house at 2:45pm until 5:00pm.
The agenda for the next NorCal Maximo Users Group full day Workshop is below.
The workshop will be October 6, 2010 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories (Host: LBNL-Ken Fletcher) in Berkeley, CA from 7:30am to 3:30pm. The meeting is free, plus continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Agenda

• 7:30am – 8:00am – Morning meet and greet

Coffee / Juices / Pastries Courtesy of our sponsors:
WorkTech / Solufy / Riva Modeling / Actuate

• 8:00am – 8:30 – Your Host, Ken Fletcher LBNL – Maximo Users Group Kick Off

General Welcome – Ken Fletcher
Agenda schedule / Bus schedule – Scott Schilling
NorCalMUG Information – Rick Crory

• 8:35 – 8:45m – Sponsor Spotlight – Riva Modeling / Presented by: Serge Vanasse

• 8:45am – 9:45am – Lawrence Berkeley National Lab IT Dept. Presents: Facilities Lockshop

Presented by: Praveen Muramalla – LBNL
Lockshop enabled LBNL to efficiently Create, Issue, Transfer and Track Keys. The Lockshop implemented in Maximo allowed LBNL to automate its current paper process. Maximo Lockshop uses Assets, Service Requests, Work orders, Locations, Sequence Master and Work Request Center for creating new Work Orders and Service Requests.

• 9:50am – 10:00am – Sponsor Spotlight – SOLUFY / Presented by: Gerry Lamarche

• 10:00 – 11:00am – City of Sunnyvale Wastewater Facility Presents: Living with Maximo 4.11

Presented by: Joanna De Sa – Operations Manager

• 11:05 – 11:15am – Sponsor Spotlight – WorkTech / Presented by: Jym Spinelli

• 11:15am – 12:15pm – Bureau of Reclamation; Shasta Dam O&M Program – Establishing a Planned / Scheduled Organization

Presented by: John Dotter – USBR
Establishing the foundation to perform effective planning and scheduling in Maximo with a goal set to increase wrench time and reduce inventory cost – Migration from 4.1 to 6.2 challenges associated with a web based MAXIMO shared by 18 individual sites – Software tools to handle scheduling and inventory. Handling reserved materials for planning.

• 12:15pm – 1:00pm – Lunch –

Provided by our sponsors-
WorkTech / Solufy / Riva Modeling / Actuate

• 1:00pm – 2:00pm – IBM Maximo presenting; Archiving in Maximo

Presented by: Doug Giannotti
The Maximo Archiving Adapter for Optim Data Growth allows customer to archive data from there Maximo 6 & 7 environments. Benefits of archiving data out of the Maximo environment, the technical aspects that go into archiving / restoring data sets provided.

• 2:10pm – 2:20pm – Sponsor Spotlight – Actuate / Presented by: Chris Forti

• 2:30pm – 2:45pm – Rick Crory / Scott Schilling – General Q&A
Next NorCalMUG Bay Area meeting – Spring of 201l

• 2:45pm – 3:45pm – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Tour- The Molecular Foundry: Discovering the Future, Atom by Atom

Please RSVP for the meeting so we can get an accurate headcount. We require everyone's full name and email that is attending. RSVP for NorCal Mug Oct 6

A thank you to the October 2010 meeting sponsors !!!!

WorkTech: http://www.worktech.com/
Actuate: http://www.actuate.com
Solufy: http://www.solufy.com
Riva Modeling: http://www.rivamodeling.com

MEETING LOCATION: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1 Cyclotron Road, Building #66, Auditorium, Berkeley, CA 94720-8099 http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/info

Are you coming in from out of town? You can stay at the Berkeley Guest House. Call 510-495-8000 for reservations.
Rooms start at $110 for attendees. Please mention the NorCal Maximo Users Group.

Please visit the official NorCalMug site at http://www.norcalmug.org 

NorCalMug meets in Sacramento 10 times a year, and has its home at http://www.norcalmug.org.

Please visit the main NorCalMug website for information regarding the monthly lunch meetings.

Bay Area Workshops

Twice a year, full day workshops are held in addition to the monthly meetings. These meetings held in the Bay Area, provide end user presentations and networking opportunities for folks in the Berkeley/San Francisco/Oakland areas.


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