ABOUT OSISOFT

OSIsoft develops software and technology that give people the power to transform their world through data. OSIsoft’s PI System captures operational data from sensors, manufacturing equipment and other devices and transforms it into rich information streams that can be accessed by plant engineers, executives, data researchers and partners to improve productivity, save money or engage in business analytics.

More than 1,000 leading utilities, 95 percent of the largest oil and gas companies, 65 percent of the Fortune 500 industrial companies and numerous government agencies rely on technology from OSIsoft and its partners. The PI System is part of the critical infrastructure at over 19,000 manufacturing sites, refineries, water treatment facilities, office complexes, transportation networks, wind farms, power plants, data centers and other environments. Worldwide, more than 1.5 billion sensor-based data streams are managed by the PI System.

Founded in 1980, OSIsoft has over 1,200 employees and is headquartered in San Leandro, California.

OSIsoft at a Glance:

  • More than 5,000 customers, including over 1,000 utilities, 95% of the top 40 oil and gas companies, 90% of the largest pharma companies and 65% of the Fortune 500 industrials.
  • The PI System is running at over 19,000 sites capturing data from over 1.5 billion sensors
  • 1,200+ employees
  • Operating in 127+ countries
  • Founded in 1980.
  • Privately held. Investors include Mitsui, Technology Crossover Ventures, Tola Capital, and Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers.
  • 20% of revenue is invested in R&D

FEATURED PRODUCTS

PI System PI System

From data to knowledge to transformation
Move from complexity to simplicity, from asset and process intelligence to operational intelligence with the PI System. Its highly scalable, open data infrastructure empowers enterprises in real time, transforming operational data into actionable knowledge and business transformation.

CONTACT INFORMATION

OSIsoft

San Leandro Tech Campus, 1600 Alvarado Street

San Leandro, CA 94577

UNITED STATES

Phone: 510-297-5800

Contact: Gary Wong

OSISOFT FEATURED CONTENT

  • The Connected Water Utility – Part 1
    The Connected Water Utility – Part 1

    This video focuses on leading water and wastewater utilities who have embraced and leveraged digital technologies such as smart sensors/devices, IoT, better connectivity, and software. You'll discover that by creating a data strategy and using real-time data your water utility will drive smarter decisions to reduce opex and capex, increase asset life, meet environmental compliance, etc. while reducing risk.

  • The Connected Water Utility – Part 2: Use Cases
    The Connected Water Utility – Part 2: Use Cases

    This video focuses on leading water and wastewater utilities use cases that have embraced and leveraged digital technologies such as smart sensors/devices, IoT, better connectivity, and software. You'll see examples from utilities that have created a data strategy and are using real-time data that is driving smarter decisions to reduce opex and capex, increase asset life, meet environmental compliance, etc. while reducing risk.

  • A Deluge of BIG DATA: The Connected Water Utility
    A Deluge of BIG DATA: The Connected Water Utility

    Water industry professionals are experiencing a data deluge. There’s a lot of data out there, gathered from sensors monitoring everything from water quality to pipe bursts — but altogether, it’s too much data divided among too many silos to make sense of what it all means.

  • PI Integrator For Esri ArcGIS
    PI Integrator For Esri ArcGIS

    Throughout your organization, there are stationary and mobile assets that generate data like temperature, pressure, and voltage every second of every day. Each of these assets has another key data point — location. However, viewing both real-time AND geospatial data about your assets often requires using separate applications. What if you could easily take all the asset data that you are collecting, analyzing, and viewing today with your PI System™ and put it on a map?

  • PI System: The Inside Secret Of SMART WATER
    PI System: The Inside Secret Of SMART WATER

    Water utilities and large industrial water consumers have embraced OSIsoft’s PI System to save money, make long-term strategic decisions, and create new services with their data.

  • Are Your Pumps Running As Efficiently As Practical?
    Are Your Pumps Running As Efficiently As Practical?

    In water and wastewater operations, optimizing energy use plays a huge role in cost efficiency, but how can you know if pumping equipment and other motors are running as efficiently as possible? Analytics systems that interpret performance from a variety of data points — pump curves, run time, flow rates, vibration, temperature, energy consumption, etc. — can quantify pump operation to keep performance efficiency on an upward track.

  • Water Utilities:  Successes in Transforming Data Into Action
    Water Utilities: Successes in Transforming Data Into Action

    This video focuses on leading water and wastewater utilities use cases  that have embraced and leveraged  digital technologies such as smart sensors/devices, IoT, better connectivity, and software. You'll see examples from utilities that have created a data strategy and are using  real-time data that is driving smarter decisions to reduce opex and capex, increase asset life, meet environmental compliance, etc. while reducing risk.

  • How To Predict And Prevent CSOs And SSOs
    How To Predict And Prevent CSOs And SSOs

    Combined and sanitary sewer overflows are natural hazards for wastewater collection systems. Without a comprehensive solution to monitor troublesome conditions, overflows can be triggered with little warning and lead to expensive and embarrassing situations. Fortunately, versatile analytical systems that capitalize on existing wastewater collection infrastructure hold promise for avoiding such negative impacts.

  • White House Utility District Uses ArcGIS With The PI System For Leak Detection And Remediation
    White House Utility District Uses ArcGIS With The PI System For Leak Detection And Remediation

    Carl Alexander, the GIS Director for White House Utility District describes how the utility integrated and used data from the PI System and ArcGIS to recover $900,000 in water being lost through leaks and reduced data prep time from 6 hours to ten minutes.

  • White House Utility District Reduces Costs By Over $1 Million
    White House Utility District Reduces Costs By Over $1 Million

    In 2007, White House Utility District (WHUD), a water utility serving approximately 90,000 consumers and businesses in Tennessee, faced a dilemma: how to meet a projected growing demand for water within the budget and capital constraints faced by municipal and mid-sized utilities everywhere.

  • Thames Water: Using IT/OT Data To Change Behaviors To Hit KPIs
    Thames Water: Using IT/OT Data To Change Behaviors To Hit KPIs

    Thames Water focuses on extracting value from specific combinations of structured and unstructured business data together with real-time operational data provided by Thames' PI System from across more than 3000 plant and 140,000 km of water and sewerage networks.

  • Las Vegas Valley Water District My PI Story
    Las Vegas Valley Water District My PI Story

    Matthew Au of Las Vegas Valley Water District describes using AF Transformer to speed up AF structure creation to build a better database.

  • Maynilad Water: Breaking Data Silos — Right Data To The Right People At The Right Time
    Maynilad Water: Breaking Data Silos — Right Data To The Right People At The Right Time

    Dr. Francisco Castillo speaks on their FIELD MOUS system (Field MOnitoring User System), where a PI System acts as a repository of technical data into which different departments plug their data, and other departments access it to fit their particular needs.

  • Colorado Springs Utilities Streamlines Operations With Centralized PI System Data
    Colorado Springs Utilities Streamlines Operations With Centralized PI System Data

    One of the nation’s largest four-service utility providers, Colorado Springs Utilities supplies energy and water to over 450,000 people. The state-certified laboratory of the Water Quality Assurance section processes over 14,000 samples and 80,000 analytes per year from eight watersheds, seven finished water treatment facilities, 38 finished water reservoirs, four post-chlorination stations, two wastewater treatment facilities, and over 2700 miles of pipeline.

  • How To Turn Data Into A Difference-Maker
    How To Turn Data Into A Difference-Maker

    With the proliferation of sensors, data collection, and cloud storage, there is the potential for operational insight heretofore never available, and the opportunity will only expand as the technology evolves and the Internet of Things becomes, well, more of a thing. But data is only truly useful if it informs decision-making that results in positive impact — for an organization's bottom line, its personnel, its customers, or even the world at large (i.e., the environment).

  • Colorado Springs: From Data To True Business Impacts
    Colorado Springs: From Data To True Business Impacts

    Colorado Springs Utilities internal customers can see lab results more quickly and as a result are reducing costs by optimizing their facilities by 30%.

  • Water Corporation, Perth
    Water Corporation, Perth

    Ian Scott describes the key landmarks in its use of the PI System and the evolution towards using the PI System as the cornerstone infrastructure of its business.

  • Delivering In Real Time: OSIsoft’s Partnership With Esri Brings Space And Time Together
    Delivering In Real Time: OSIsoft’s Partnership With Esri Brings Space And Time Together

    The 38th Annual Esri User Conference in San Diego was another great success, and an opportunity for us to showcase our integration technology.   This year OSIsoft has received the Esri Partner Award for “Delivering in Real-Time”, marking a major milestone in our common journey to deliver real-time data inside Esri's maps.  Award winners were chosen based on demonstrated best practices in their advanced use of Esri technology, and their contribution to taking the ArcGIS Platform's latest features and geographic visualization to the next level.

  • Big Data For Small Towns, Or Stopping The $300,000 Leak
    Big Data For Small Towns, Or Stopping The $300,000 Leak

    The water burbling down the rural hillside, nurturing the thick foliage, certainly looked like a stream.

  • The Data Influx: Transforming Data Overload Into Business Insights
    The Data Influx: Transforming Data Overload Into Business Insights

    “We have too much data” is the refrain we continually hear from water utilities. It’s no surprise that managing data from multiple sources and turning it into business insights presents a daunting challenge; however, data influx does not have to be a burden. When managed well, there’s no such thing as too much data, especially if your business is implementing a big data strategy — a topic that has implications and reach beyond the scope of this paper.

  • TasWater: Saving Oysters With Data
    TasWater: Saving Oysters With Data

    At 10am on August 24, 2017, a customer in Midway Point, a small suburb outside of Hobart, Tasmania, reported a sewage spill on his property. Midway Point stands adjacent to Pitt Water Nature Reserve, home to rare birds, butterflies, and the largest oyster lease in Tasmania, covering some 14 hectacres. In late August, Pitt Water oysters, prized for their briny flavor and consistency, were just coming into peak condition.

  • Smart Water: Saving Millions And Cutting Energy By Combining IT And OT With The PI System
    Smart Water: Saving Millions And Cutting Energy By Combining IT And OT With The PI System

    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.

  • Predicting Leakage Issues Using The PI System
    Predicting Leakage Issues Using The PI System

    Yorkshire Water produces 1.3 billion liters of clean water and treats one billion liters of water in its waste water networks every single day. The company has 686 treatment facilities spread across northern England and 83,000 kilometers of water pipelines, which is enough to circle the earth twice.