The Spring 2071 NYMUG was held February 16, 2017 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Presentations may be downloaded here:
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Our host will be Consolidated Edison:

Consolidated Edison of New York
4 Irving Place
New York, New York

The theme for the meeting is Work Management and Asset Health.

Presentations include:

Capturing Event Details to Support Evolving Asset Management:
Bob Fyke, Consolidated Edison
Capturing important details of an asset is key to improving reliability and servicing the needs of Con Edison’s territory. By improving data capture effectiveness, Con Ed has improved the accuracy of its asset records, the quality of work in the field, and the documentation of compliance items. An improved Asset Management program is the result.

Utilizing Mobility for Safety and Regulatory Compliance:
Ilya Yermolenko, New York Power Authority
By improving the accuracy and consistency of field data collection and dissemination, NYPA improved field crew and planner efficiency, enabling timely post-inspection creation of work orders. The accurate collection of inspection data lessens the probability of NERC regulatory fines.

Group Discussion:Methods to Manage and Improve Asset Health.

When New Assets go into Service

During Maintenance Events

Capturing and Using Useful Data

Empowering Asset Decision Makers

Analyzing Information to Drive Asset Improvement: Jim Seeber, IBM
This presentation will focus on IBM’s offering, Maximo Asset Health Insights, which combines data from sensors on assets, operational systems, weather data and work history. It then applies formulas and analytics to calculate health scores for assets.

Group Discussion:Analyzing and Utilizing Information

 

Sponsors: DataSplice, Solufy, JFC and Associates, P2Insight