Customers share Seeq success on advanced analytics at ARC Industry Forum
Seeq, a provider of advanced analytics solutions, announced today that Pioneer Resources, Devon Energy, and Fisher Valves will present next week at the 22nd ARC Industry Forum on their use of Seeq to improve business and production outcomes. Seeq applications build on machine learning and big data technologies to speed the time to insight with diagnostic, descriptive, and predictive analytics. The presentations are typical of the benefits Seeq customers are realizing in the oil & gas, power, pharmaceutical, chemical, energy, mining, food and beverage, and other process industries.
This year's forum, ARC's 22nd, is focused on helping customers and vendors learn how digitizing factories, cities, and infrastructure will benefit technology end users and suppliers alike. The ARC Industry Forum has been an important event for Seeq in recent years, featuring customer presentations and Seeq partnership announcements with Honeywell, Inductive Automation, Schneider Electric, Emerson Automation Solutions and other vendors.
"We are pleased to have multiple customers presenting on their use of Seeq at ARC's Industry Forum for the third year in a row," says Steve Sliwa, co-founder and CEO of Seeq. "Seeq's inclusion in sessions on getting value from your data, OEMs and IIoT analytics—and opportunities in advanced analytics—demonstrate how our customers are improving manufacturing and business-related decisions."
The sessions where Seeq customers will present include:
Transforming Data into Value, which will illustrate how manufacturers are solving problems through analytics, data infrastructures, and the digital transformation. Don Morrison, Senior real-time data engineer with Devon Energy. Don joined Devon Energy in 2014 and has 14 years of experience integrating data from production applications to improve operational intelligence. Wednesday February 14, 10:30 AM.
How OEMs Improve Customer Satisfaction and Revenue with IIoT by monitoring equipment to identify issues at customer sites before it affects the end user. Shawn Anderson, Research Specialist, Advanced Technology with Fisher Valves. Shawn has 21 years of experience working with control valves with an emphasis on performance testing and diagnostics. Wednesday February 14, 10:30 AM
Digitizing Intelligence: From Analytics to Bots, which will present how manufacturers need to integrate, manage, and obtain intelligence from large volumes of disparate data to make more intelligent decisions. Charles Lame, Manager, Corporate SCADA Operations & Development with Pioneer Natural Resources. Charles' career started in 1980 and he has deployed or transformed numerous systems for Coastal Oil and Gas, El Paso Production, Encana, and now Pioneer Resources. Thursday February 15, 8:30 AM
"Seeq continues to push the envelope of innovation and organizational impact with advanced analytics for process manufacturing companies," says Janice Abel, Principal Analyst at ARC Advisory Group. "Every year at ARC Industry Forum, Seeq's customers impress us with their ability to rapidly find value in data to improve production and business outcomes."
Recent releases of Seeq enable larger deployments through scalability features in the software, and making the Seeq application easier to use. Scalability features in R19, the most recent release, include parallelization of complex calculations across CPUs, administration tools for performance optimization, and increased control and visibility for users to facilitate their efforts with real-time progress indicators. R19 also includes usability features focused on capsules, the innovative data objects in Seeq for working with single or multi-dimensional time periods of interest.
For detailed training on the features of Seeq, the Seeq University channel on YouTube has videos describing the capabilities of Seeq R19 including search, advanced trending, data-search, formulas, and more.
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