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The Rise of Big Data in Utilities
Five ways big data will change the power industry for the better.
Kellogg Reduces Energy Footprint
Learn how Kellogg's uses the PI System to achieve $3.3 million in energy savings.
New Tools for Energy Problems
See how UC Berkeley & Singapore's National Research Foundation use new tools to solve energy problems.
How can genetic biotechnology, an ethanol plant and operational data benefit an entire community? Syngenta is a global company with more than 29,000 employees in 90 countries and revenues of over $14 billion USD. By delivering seeds, seed care, and lawn and garden products, its mission is to bring plant potential to life, supporting a sustainable transformation in farming productivity and communities.
The OSIsoft PI System is at the center of Thames Water's “intelligence Hub” (iHub), which merges disparate data sources to drive operational performance. Thames Water can now garner critical insights from its network of water delivery and sewage waste removal systems that span the greater London area. During the 2016 OSIsoft EMEA Users Conference in Berlin, Simon Coombs, a consultant who has spent over 30 years specializing in IT/OT convergence for utilities companies, and Nick Burkinshaw, a 20 year IT veteran at Thames Water, detailed how Thames Water successfully converged IT and OT systems with the OSIsoft PI System.
Tyson Foods processes meats and prepared foods. From breakfast sandwiches to delicious corn dogs, Tyson processes 68,000,000 pounds of meat per week. “Up until four years ago, we had zero visibility into plant operations data, so decisions were being made without data to back it up,” said Jonathan Reichart, Senior Engineer, during the 2016 OSIsoft Users Conference. With the need for operational visibility, Tyson turned to the Factory Talk Historian which is powered by the OSIsoft PI System™ to make informed, data-driven decisions.
The University of California at San Diego (UCSD) has a long history of self-reliance when it comes to energy. By embracing clean energy technologies in its operations and by collecting data to build an ambitious long-term sustainability plan, UCSD offers a glimpse into the future. Today, the campus produces 92% of its own energy. It's striving to go further with a combination of new clean energy resources, additional on-site generation and storage, and innovative demand-reduction strategies.
Headquartered in Mukilteo, Wash., UniEnergy Technologies (UET) is a young company that manufactures and installs large-scale energy storage solutions for utility, commercial, and microgrid applications. Their core technology is a vanadium flow battery. In a talk at the 2015 OSIsoft Users Conference, Becca Gillespie, Application Manager at UniEnergy Technologies, described how UET uses OSIsoft's Connected Services to offer capacity guarantees for their technology.
The University of Iowa is one of the nation's top public research universities with over 30,000 students, cutting-edge research facilities, a 705-bed hospital complex, and an ongoing commitment to sustainability. The University originally implemented the OSIsoft PI System in 2004 to help manage its on campus power plant. When an aggressive 10-year sustainability program was announced in 2010, the University decided to leverage its existing PI System infrastructure to help it reach its new sustainability goals.