Haresh closed the opening segment by defining for the audience what functionality and capabilities would next be demonstrated and which technology partners would support the CTP demonstration based on the early-stage efforts they’ve provided to date.
Segment 2. SM Platform CTP Demonstration – Jonathan Wise (CESMII VP of Technology) showed the CTP software, first provisioning a new instance of the SM Platform, as a new software user would to get started with an installation. The demonstration continued, working through the following use case.
Ingestion of data from a compressor into the platform’s data model;
The CTP demonstration showed the power of the architecture for quickly provisioning a new system capable of leveraging core connectivity, data ingestion & contextualization and the interoperability of multi-vendor SM applications.
Segment 3. Questions & Answers – Mike Yost (CESMII Outreach) lead the final session of the event. He invited Haresh back to explain the value of the SM Platform today for CESMII members with current Roadmap and Application projects, such as Charlie Romberger of ArcelorMittal, who joined and discussed his team’s excitement at the prospect of leveraging the SM Platform for their current Roadmap project. Haresh also laid out the timing and value for future project teams leveraging future releases of the SM Platform.
Mike then read a series of quotes from CESMII members – both manufacturers and solution/technology providers – highlighting their organizations’ excitement for the CTP event and anticipation for future capabilities of the SM Platform. Lastly, Mike welcomed Tom Burke, Strategic Marketing Officer from OPC, to join the Q&A and answer the first question: Does CESMII’s vision for data collection and contextualization complement or conflict with the OPC’s views on the topic? Attendees provided a series of questions related to projects, SM Platform access and myriad technologies, and the team answered as many as possible in the time allotted. Questions unanswered in real time were answered offline and compiled into a document available here.
The online event served to demonstrate the current capabilities of the SM Platform, the value of the platform to current and upcoming Roadmap and Application projects, the roadmap for extended capabilities in future releases, and the short and long-term value of the platform to members of the CESMII community. For additional information, please contact your CESMII Regional Manufacturing Center Director.
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