Upcoming Event: MaximoWorld 2022

Upcoming Event MaximoWorld 2022

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Upcoming Event: MaximoWorld 2022

Upcoming Event MaximoWorld 2022

Electronic Data (EDI) will be attending Maximo World 2022 in Austin, Texas! Be sure to stop by booth #107 to meet the team and learn how you can save time and money with Data Interoperability Services!

EDI’s innovative Data Interoperability process prevents Owner’s from paying twice. Our team helps bridge the gap between the capital project acquisition process and facilities management to ensure our client’s facilities are ready to go on day one with all the data needed to run a world-class operation – all while saving millions of dollars over the life of the project and the facility.

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Session Information:

Scott Yates, Chief Operating Officer at EDI, as well as Ian Redhead, Deputy Director of Operations & Maintenance at Kansas City International Airport, will be presenting “Kansas City Data Interoperability and Road to Digital Twin” at Maximo World 2022.

For as long as facilities have been built, there has been an immense challenge for organizations to acquire, assimilate and organize the data required to properly operate and maintain a facility that has been turned over to them. We all know the story, by the time a project reaches the stage of commissioning the facility and turning over the “as-built” drawings, equipment specifications and manuals, the project’s budget, schedule (and patience of the people involved) have long been expended. Organizations are left with a hodge-podge of information on their new facility and are left on their own to gleam the useful information out, or collect it themselves, to establish their operating and maintenance procedures. And that effort doesn’t even yet include preparing it for load into and use in their Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system.

With the current capabilities of BIM and Maximo, the Kansas City Aviation Department is addressing this gap between “design” and “operate” head on and building a bridge across it that could be used for all future capital projects. For projects that leverage BIM as a primary design tool, Maximo has a standard feature to import the data from models automatically as well as an available plug-in to present the associated 3D models inline with it’s own applications like Work Order Tracking and Assets. With established design standards for BIM models to ensure you can always receive the data needed from contractors, to seamlessly and easily integrate into your Enterprise Asset Management system.

Date and Time: August 9th, 2022 from 1:00-1:45 PM CDT

Airport Maximo User Group Meeting

Joe Mahaz, PLSM, Founder and Senior Advisor at EDI, will be leading the upcoming Airport Maximo User Group Meeting at MaximoWorld 2022 in Austin, Texas. The meeting will include news related to AMUG business, updates on the upcoming May 2023 spring meeting, and will feature a panel of airport leaders. The panel will discuss new innovations in their Enterprise Asset Management implementation and/or upgrades at the airports, and how the airports have adjusted to the new norm. 

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Upcoming Event: Airport Maximo User Group Meeting at MaximoWorld 2022

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Upcoming Event: Airport Maximo User Group Meeting at MaximoWorld 2022

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Joe Mahaz, PLSM, Founder and Senior Advisor at EDI, will be leading the upcoming Airport Maximo User Group Meeting at MaximoWorld 2022 in Austin, Texas. The meeting will include news related to AMUG business, updates on the upcoming May 2023 spring meeting, and will feature a panel of airport leaders. The panel will discuss new innovations in their Enterprise Asset Management implementation and/or upgrades at the airports, and how the airports have adjusted to the new norm.

Date and Time: Pre-MaximoWorld Conference, August 8th, 2022 from 2:00-4:00 PM CDT

Location: JW Marriott, Austin, Texas, Hotel 2nd Floor Room 204

AMUG Steering Group

Chair: Mr. Joseph Mahaz, PLSM – Founder and Senior Advisor, EDI

Co-Chair: Ms. Brendalynn Taulelei, MBA –  Senior Manager, Asset Management and Logistics Aviation Maintenance, Port of Seattle 

Agenda
  • Introductions
  • AMUG Business
    • General Discussions
    • May 2023 Spring Meeting – Seattle
Airport Panel Open Discussion
Open DiscussionsIf you have any questions, please contact events@reliabilityweb.com
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Salt Lake City Int’l Supports New Terminal With New Enterprise Asset Management Software

Enterprise Asset Management Software

Salt Lake City Int’l Supports New Terminal With New Enterprise Asset Management Software

Enterprise Asset Management Software

Electronic Data, Inc. (EDI) was featured in an article by Airport Improvement entitled “Salt Lake City Int’l Supports New Terminal With New Enterprise Asset Management Software.” Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) began the transition for a new enterprise asset management system by working with a consultant to outline the functional and technical requirements. Ultimately, SLC chose the Maximo system.

Having launched the previous system on its own, SLC wanted a partner with experience implementing asset management systems at other airports to lead its upgrade. After considering multiple options, the airport contracted EDI for planning, configuration, testing, training, deployment and post-deployment support.

Scott Yates, Chief Operating Officer of EDI, is featured in the article, saying he considers it a major victory for SLC to have the new system operational just three months after the purchase contract was signed. “The airport didn’t lose the opportunity to get good maintenance history about this new facility,” he explains. “Had we not done that, they’d be keeping a lot of paper records and might never get the data into the system.”

Ultimately, SLC will be able to tie smart assets around the airport into Maximo. For example, sensors can be placed on baggage handling equipment, people movers or passenger boarding bridges to gather usage information that will drive maintenance decisions. Yates explains that such information will help SLC proactively head off failures, optimize preventative maintenance and provide better operational metrics.

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