Maximizing Capital Asset Management and Mitigating Risk with BI Webcast
Case Study: Learn how one of the largest electric and gas utility companies in is leveraging Business Intelligence (BI) for a 360-view of capital asset performance.
Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), headquartered in New Jersey, is one of the largest electric and gas utility companies in the United States with $29B in total assets. Like most utilities, PSE&G used to follow equipment manufacturer recommendations to repair or replace assets using a calendar-based approach. Not anymore.
PSE&G selected OSIsoft, Inc.’s PI System as the foundation for a proactive, condition-based approach to predicting equipment failures—before they occur. PSE&G chose the PI System because it allows the company to store both existing control system data and additional operational data in a central repository. The PI System also interfaces to the company’s SAP Plant Maintenance (PM) module and to SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence Platform.
PSE&G is no longer in a "running to failure" mode. Today, PSE&G captures solid, data-driven BI that allows the company to identify problematic equipment before a failure. PSE&G is maximizing the performance of its capital assets, mitigating risk, and planning for the implementation of Smart Grid.
Throughout the webcast PSE&G and OSIsoft offer valuable insight into how leveraging BI for a 360-view of capital asset performance achieved their vision of a proactive approach to asset maintenance.
From the convenience of your desk, you will learn:
How PSE&G integrated PI System, SAP PM, and SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence Platform to maximize capital asset management and mitigate risk.
How PSE&G is able to connect their SAP cost and asset data with load profiles, location data, field knowledge, and lab results.
How OSIsoft is helping utilities get ready for Smart Grid by improving access to operational data, and integrating this data with SAP cost and asset information systems.
Angela Rothweiler, Principal Engineer, Asset Information and System Policy, PSE&G Delivery
Gopal Gopalkrishnan, Product Manager, OSIsoft
Linda Farinaccio, Utilities Industry Principal, SAP