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