WEBINAR: Mechanical Integrity in the Era of Analytics
Streamline KPI’s and work processes with a programmatic and technology framework
87% of oil and gas companies have invested in analytics – 68% of those companies are still using homegrown software or no solution at all. Discover how analytics can be embedded in mechanical integrity software and work processes to advance the objectives of compliance, containment, and plant availability.Register
As investment in analytics continues to increase year after year, one function that has remained relatively "status quo" is the mechanical integrity function. While 87% of oil and gas companies have invested in analytics – 68% of those companies are still using homegrown software or no solution at all for asset integrity management. While avoiding loss of containment, ensuring compliance, and providing high availability are still critical priorities - new dynamics could be putting your program at risk.
In this session we will discuss:
- The emerging trends and factors that could be putting mechanical integrity programs at risk
- A programmatic and technology framework to streamline KPI’s and work processes
- How analytics can be embedded in mechanical integrity software and work processes to advance the objectives of compliance, containment, and high availability plants
Vipin Nair, Senior Product Manager, APM Integrity solution, GE Digital
With more than 14 years of experience in Asset Performance Management, Vipin Nair is product leader for GE APM Integrity, delivering high-value product solutions and managing the overall product life cycle of fixed and linear assets. He joined Meridium in 2012 and has served the needs of customers through various roles in consulting, pre-sales and product management. Vipin’s previous experience includes reliability and maintenance positions with a major corporation in the process and manufacturing industry. Vipin holds a Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering, is an active member of the API 581 task force group, and holds several active API certifications like API 580, 571.
Jared Hartness, Director Industry Solutions, GE Digital
Jared is the Director of Industry Solutions for GE Digital’s Oil & Gas and Chemicals business. Prior to joining GE Digital, Jared began his career with Meridium,Inc serving in a number of different capacities around their asset performance management software solutions. Jared received a Bachelor of Science Communication & Media Studies from Radford University. He has attained Product Management/Marketing Certification (PMC-III) through the Pragmatic Institute and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP).
Sponsored by: GE Digital