Don’t just acknowledge SCADA alarms – drive the right actions
Even with your best operators, manual processes lack consistency.
You can’t be sure which procedures your operators followed or even whether they knew the right steps to take. With fourth generation HMI/SCADA, you can guide operators through the right steps and verify their actions.
In this one-hour webinar, learn how you can move from manual or paper-based procedures to electronic work instructions in your HMI/SCADA to:
- Guide operator actions right in their familiar HMI/SCADA screens
- Bridge your Operations and Maintenance – spanning event, work order, action, order closed
- Capture best practices before experts retire and drive across teams
- Minimize training time and costs
- Compare staff performance and processes to optimize
- Ease compliance by enforcing procedures
Learn how companies just like yours are preventing mistakes and speeding the right response.
Bill Fritz, Director, Public Works, Waterford Township, Michigan
Bill runs a department of 55 employees with a $21M annual operating budget as Director of Public Works for Waterford, Michigan. Waterford has long been an early adopter of technological innovations that allow it to operate more efficiently, and strives to integrate as many pieces of its technological infrastructure as possible.
A 20-year member of the American Water Works Association (the largest international organization of water professionals), Bill is also a Trustee on the Michigan Section Board of Directors. Additionally, he has served on the Section’s Government Affairs Council since 2006, including four years as Chair. He is a registered professional engineer in the State of Michigan, and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Oakland University.
David Collard, Senior Manager, Automation Software, GE Intelligent Platforms
David Collard has 20 years of experience with industrial automation and operations management software. He has consulted with well over 100 clients around the world, developing software systems from proof of concept, deployment and initial results to on-going continuous improvement. He has delivered automation software systems in nearly every industry, including power and energy, food and beverage, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, metals, mining, automotive, medical devices, and more. Highly regarded for his technical expertise, David is active in industry associations and holds a degree in Information Systems.