Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM Pacific
Duration: 1 hour
As manufacturers across industries look to leverage their operations data to drive real business improvement, they are finding that it can be a significant challenge to access and aggregate it in meaningful ways because operations data is often stored in a wide range of formats and siloed across systems, functions and facilities.
To extract real value from this data, it must be brought together and consolidated in context and made ready for downstream processing and analytics, and it must be done safely and reliably. But how do you move hundreds of thousands – or even millions – of data streams across legacy operations technology (OT) networks without disruption to any plant system?
In this webinar, you’ll learn about how you can overcome these obstacles using Emerson’s Plantweb Optics and the AWS. Plantweb Optics is an enterprise-scale data management solution that helps manufacturers fully leverage operations data across a production site or from multiple sites by securely connecting to, collecting and contextualizing disparate industrial data at scale using the cloud.
Fully integrated with AWS, Plantweb Optics is facilitating the ingestion of operations data at scales previously not conceivable from plant data systems so that manufacturers can establish a sound data foundation from which new insights can be unlocked to drive enterprise-wide gains.
Join us for this webinar and learn about:
• Connecting to the right operations data. There’s valuable data outside of the plant or enterprise historian. New data streams from smart IOT devices, control system meta data, and process alarms or events are all examples of important data with untapped potential.
• Extracting more value from your data. Built-in object data models contextualize operations data in relation to its asset and place in the overall enterprise prior to cloud ingestion so that it’s ready for use and the total cost of ownership is reduced.
• Managing and monitoring all your connections through a single user interface. Avoid the pitfalls and costs of having to support dozens or hundreds of dedicated interfaces developed to different standards by a multitude of vendors.
• Real-world implementation. Hear how a global industrial supplier implemented Plantweb Optics to consolidate its operations data across multiple sites on AWS to drive reliability, safety, and optimize production.
Sr. Technical Manager
Ashish Umbarkar is Sr. Technical Manager at Emerson, leading solution architecture and delivery of the company’s data management solutions in the United States. He has more than 17 years in the industry, implementing engineering and technology projects in a variety of roles in programming, project and solutions management. Ashish holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and a bachelor’s degree in instrumentation engineering.Warren Mitchell
Director, Industry Digital Solutions
Spartan Controls (An Emerson Impact Partner)
Warren Mitchell is Director of Industry and Digital Solutions at Spartan Controls, As where he is a member of the company’s Digital Transformation Solutions business and focuses on supporting advanced process control, real-time process optimization as well as digital initiatives for Spartan’s customers. Warren is involved with the development of industrial solutions based on modern process control, OT data connectivity collection and storage as well as advanced analytics and machine learning technologies. Warren has worked for more than 25 years in the areas of industrial process control, process optimization and advanced data analytics.Nishant Saini
Sr. Partner Solutions Architect
Amazon Web Services
Nishant Saini is Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Industrial Software segment. Nishant works closely with AWS partners, acting as a trusted advisor to define, build and evangelize cloud-based solutions for manufacturing industry. He is passionate about leveraging technology to advance the state of the manufacturing industry and has expertise in industrial automation, industrial data platforms, cybersecurity, and supply chain.
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