IBM IoT Exchange

Day 1 - July 23

23 July 9:00 - 10:00 am

All Hands Keynote


 

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23 July 10:00 - 10:30 am

Break - Switch buildings


 

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23 July 10:30 - 11:30 am

Engineering - Welcome Session -Transformation of the Engineering Profession


 

Abstract: Transforming engineering: As the complexity of the engineering function continues to grow, the engineering organization has to fundamentally shift to address these constantly changing dimensions that includes business transformation, increasing data, customer expectations and operating in a global environment. Dibbe Edwards, VP Watson IoT, will share how engineering and the engineering lifecycle is changing, and how the latest engineering technologies from IBM can support those changes during the entire arc of product development: reducing time to market, providing traceability and compliance, all while driving higher product quality.

Presented by: Dibbe Edwards, VP of Offering Management, IBM

Track: Engineering

23 July 10:30 - 11:45 am

Maximo - Supercharge your Assets with Maximo - Roadmap


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximize their performance and value. During this session leaders of the Maximo Offering Management team will present the portfolio including strategy, branding and investments and will discuss how to apply IoT data and AI to more efficiently and effectively to manage the assets of today and tomorrow, and how new tools and partnerships can help you predict asset failure, optimize production, extend asset lifecycles, and improve worker safety.

Presented by: David Gasdia and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track: Maximo

23 July 10:30 - 11:45 am

TRIRIGA - IBM TRIRIGA Portfolio - Roadmap


 

Abstract: Connected facilities offer new levels of operational efficiency and optimization. With data, AI and IoT, business leaders can not only reduce operating costs, but gain more actionable insights on building performance and across all aspects of their real estate portfolio. Join IBM offering management for a TRIRIGA portfolio roadmap and an early glimpse into upcoming capabilities that will help clients continue to drive operational excellence and create workplaces that matter.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM TRIRIGA Offering Leader, IBM Watson IoT / Dr. Claire Penny, Global Industry Leader - Watson IOT for Buildings

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 11:30 - 12:30 pm

Engineering - What's New in ELM


 

Abstract: A review of the new features / futures in the ELM portfolio, including what is new in Reporting.

Presented by: Fariz Saracevic IBM

Track: Engineering

23 July 11:45 - 12:30 pm

Maximo - The Future of Asset Management - Addressing the Asset Performance Conundrum with APM


 

Abstract: Asset intensive organizations are struggling to develop a balance between cost cutting and risk reduction in order to optimize asset performance. This session will articulate a point of view on the digital re-invention that is changing operating models in a disruptive ways and driving companies to change to remain competitive. Come hear how IBM is helping clients leverage AI and IoT in an effort to digitally transform their organizations.?

Presented by: Greg Knowles and Terry Saunders, IBM

Track: Maximo

23 July 11:45 - 12:30 pm

TRIRIGA - ISS and TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: ISS uses TRIRIGA and FieldFLEX together to deliver services across the globe. At Metro Trains,
smart work allocation in the field has helped reduce journey times, increase task completions,
optimize work allocation and provide a better activity audit function. In addition, learn how ISS
have leveraged IoT Platform to assist support their customers

Presented by: Luke O'Brien and Kiran Narayan, ISS

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 12:30 - 1:45 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

Engineering - Rail Projects Victoria case study - Managing large scale Civil Engineering projects using 'traditional IT' tools and methods


 

Abstract: Systems Engineering on traditional software and embedded systems projects is well understood and typically well followed, marrying mature techniques from both IT and systems in a rigorous approach involving the use of common repositories for team requirements, design and development artefacts, and quality. It is a different situation in rail civil engineering programs.
Rail Projects Victoria (RPV) has been established to manage the development and delivery of the State's major rail projects.
In establishing this project office a decision was made to adopt the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) on Cloud solution (formerly known as Collaborative Lifecycle Management).
The use of a requirements management tool for major rail infrastructure projects in Victoria is a new concept. This presentation will provide some history on the application of requirements management in the lifecycle of civil based rail projects in Victoria, the decision to adopt DOORS NG and what RPV has done in respect to setting up a system for requirements management across a portfolio of projects and what are some of the learnings, challenges and opportunities.
As well as traditional requirements engineering, this presentation will also look at the Design and V&V process, safety and hazard management, Interface management and ways in which formal Document Management systems may be used alongside IBM ELM for formal transmittal.

Presented by: Marc Chadwick, Michael Wang and David Norris, Rail Projects Victoria

Track: Engineering

23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

Maximo - Delivering Operational Efficiencies through Automation using IBM Cloud


 

Abstract: Melbourne Waters' automation program is delivering operational efficiencies and improving safety through the use of AI, machine learning, and IoT solutions. These works are reducing manual activities, safety risks, energy and chemical consumption to contribute to our vision of enhancing live and liveability. To effectively prioritise management of our complex asset base and move to predictive and condition-based maintenance regimes, Melbourne Water is evaluating Maximo Asset Health Insights. The solution allows us to integrate real-time SCADA data as well as hierarchically aggregate asset and works information, to provide a holistic understanding of plant health and performance.

Presented by: Zoltan Kelly, Asset Information Improvement Specialist, Melbourne Water

Track: Maximo

23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

TRIRIGA - Future of Workspace Optimization with IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights


 

Abstract: Many organizations embrace the 'work where you are and where you're needed' principle. That means they need to relook at the way their space is allocated and utilized in order to achieve cost optimization. In this session, we will present examples of how space optimization can help you provide state-of-the-art facilities, and show how IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights adds value by providing insights and answers for today's workspace planner - all without having to write single line of code.

Presented by: David Blanch, IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights Offering Manager

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

Engineering - Applying Watson to Requirements Management: RQA with Live Demo


 

Abstract: Even with the most advanced tools, engineers can still inadvertently create ambiguous requirements that result in costly re-work and project delays. The Requirements Quality Assistant, the first AI offering for the engineering portfolio, can inject intelligence into the requirements management process, leading to improved outcomes.?

Presented by: Galina Mishiev, IBM

Track: Engineering

23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

Maximo - Benefits to Coupling Maximo and BIM as well Digital Twins


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximise their performance and value. During this session, we will discuss what are the key benefits of using the Maximo BIM integration, what are the required components and how to get your 3D Models available within Maximo.

Presented by: Anthony Roe, Head of Digital Technology and Innovation, Downer Mining Energy & Industrial and Eder De Faria Almeida, IBM GBS

Track: Maximo

23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Melbourne Health CAFM Project: a Business Transformation Journey


 

Abstract: Melbourne Heath is a major metropolitan health service delivering statewide healthcare services through its major campus The Royal Melbourne Hospital and over 30 satellite sites it auspices, in addition to its major precinct partners - North Western Mental Health, The Peter Doherty’s Institute and The University of Melbourne. Melbourne Health recently procured TRIRIGA to support its facilities and asset operational information management. With some configurations it is also implementing a mobility platform for task management using the UX perceptive application for its non-clinical operational staff.Named the ‘CAFM Project’ - Adriana Stormont (Project Director) and Michael McCambridge (Director of MH Facilities Management) will share their procurement and business transformation journey to date including their challenges and a look into ‘The Road Ahead’.

Presented by: Adriana Stormont, Project Director at Melbourne Health and Michael McCambridge, Director Facilities Management at Melbourne Health

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

Engineering - Navigating the reporting landscape for Engineering Lifecycle Management


 

Abstract: The Engineering Lifecycle Management solution gives you great flexibility to define your own requirement type systems, including requirement types, link types, and attributes. However, when you want to enforce common processes or reporting across teams, especially in a configuration-enabled environment, inconsistent type systems can become a serious challenge. This session describes how to plan and manage your type systems over time and what to do if problems arise.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer and Fariz Saracevic, IBM

Track: Engineering

23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

Maximo - Health and Safety in Australia and New Zealand


 

Abstract: What does Pike River, Columbia Shuttle disaster, and Esso Longford explosion incidents have in common? Rigorous identification of hazards and assessment of risks with the right team of people could have prevented these issues. The Health and Safety Acts and Regulations in Australia and in New Zealand talk about 'so far is is reasonably practicable'. What is this and how can we demonstrate that our risks are minimised so far as is reasonably practicable?
Does your company have an unambiguous, comprehensive Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) process with the right team of experienced, competent people to allow you to sleep at night?
Discussion of processes to assist in giving you the right set of questions to ask your business to satisfy management that the right controls are in place for HIRA.

Presented by: Iain Murray, Director, PSOEEng Pty Ltd

Track: Maximo

23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

TRIRIGA - AASB 16 - implementation insights


 

Abstract: AASB 16 (iFRS16) is the largest fundamental accounting change since the introduction of IFRS in 2006. The change impacts almost every industry, and has broader implications than the finance function.?The majority of companies in Australia are still in the middle of implementing the standard, despite it being effective from 1 January 2019 (1 July 2019 for most Australian companies). This session will focus on:

  • Sharing the implementation approach developed by Deloitte in 2016-17
  • Sharing practical 'real world' insights on each phase of the implementation approach
  • Accounting 'hot topics'
  • Technology considerations, including the value proposition for TRIRIGA

Presented by: Joel John - Director Corporate Advisory, Deloitte

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Engineering - Best Practices for Requirements Collaboration in the engineering value chain


 

Abstract: Many companies are now partnering with others in an engineering value chain to jointly develop or deliver offerings more quickly than they could alone. However, collaborating across organizational boundaries raises concerns around security, compliance quality, and efficiency. In this session, we'll explore different approaches to collaborative requirements engineering for today and the future, including infrastructure considerations, based on real-world observations.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, Tim Feeney, IBM

Track: Engineering

23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Maximo - Technician of the Future - Anywhere, Anytime, Any Asset


 

Abstract: How AI, Augmented Reality, analytics and IoT transform the way your field and factory technicians work. Learn how customers are leveraging advanced technologies to transform their maintenance and repair procedures.
The session will focus on how IBM offerings help plant operators, field service teams and OEMs troubleshoot problems and repair your equipment more efficiently - helping teams reduce mean time to repair and improve first time fix rate. This session will include client case studies and guidance on how to get started with advanced solutions.

Presented by: Ishan Sehgal and Heena Purohit, IBM

Track: Maximo

23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Meet AI, my new co-worker


 

Abstract: As AI takes hold in many companies, will it replace employees, even in the CRE and FM world? The reality: AI will augment all existing facility/real estate roles, enabling employees to do so much more, resulting in increased productivity. This session showcases how leading companies, from retailers to industrial clients, are using this power of AI to deliver new ways of working and how AI can become the best new “co-worker” in the workplace, an advancement to be embraced, not feared.

Presented by: Dr. Claire Penny, Global Industry Leader - Watson IOT for Buildings

Track: TRIRIGA

23 July 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Solution Center Reception


 

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Day 2 - July 24

24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

Engineering - Practical AI across the Engineering Lifecycle


 

Abstract: What is your ETA for AI?

This presentation explains IBM's AI-ELM architecture. It highlights multiple practical integrations of AI with ELM. These applications drive higher quality into products - earlier and with more consistency.

Learn about Evaluative, Transformative, and Assistive (ETA) AI capabilities available now.

Presented by: Galina Mishiev, IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

Maximo - Power to the People - Driving Value with IBM Maximo Workcenters


 

Abstract: Wondering where to begin with Maximo work centers? Do your people need more from the Maximo UX? Wondering how better UX equals better business outcomes? The new Maximo user experience reimagines Maximo functions in a user outcome-driven design. Learn how to get the most from the Maximo work centers, and the latest capabilities in work management and supply-chain, and learn how to get up and running with work centers today! We will also share our future vision of Maximo’s UI technology.

Presented by: Johannes Tjoa, IBM

Track: Maximo

24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

TRIRIGA - Delivering an Engaging Occupant Experience for the Modern Workplace


 

Abstract: The workplace has evolved to accommodate new ways of working. Enabled by new technologies and shaped by employee expectations, productive work now happens in multiple spaces, with remote collaboration technologies, mobility, connectivity and rapid access to information. Shifts in the workplace are being driven by the disruptive nature of AI, a generational shift, and the rapid adoption of voice assistants among consumers. Learn how IBM is enhancing TRIRIGA to deliver for the new workplace.

Presented by: Paul Lacey

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

Engineering - IBM Engineering Requirements - Solving really hard Problems


 

Abstract: Requirements are only meaningful if they are defined and used within a development process – ideally one that guides teams to maximum impact and maximum efficiency. This statement has many implications for your development process and the many tools your developers and engineers use as they bring your development process to life. A foundational enabler is the ability to create a shared development context for your teams and evolving it in a controlled way: across multiple tools from multiple vendors, maintaining dependencies among the data in these tools, and with effective change management. This session will briefly survey ways this is typically addressed today with the various compromises that are inherent in these approaches, then explain the concepts and promise of “global configurations” in your engineering tool chain as enabled by OASIS OSLC Configuration Management and implemented by the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management solution.

Presented by: Fariz Saracevic IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

Maximo - Asset Management System Implementation for Civil Engineering in Road Tunnels


 

Abstract: Road tunnels asset management is closer aligned to manufacturing than to typical road maintenance. With a complex suite of M&E assets including air quality and ventilation systems, water treatment, intelligent traffic control systems and fire deluge systems, along side of your standard civil infrastructure assets. Think of a road tunnel as a factory that produces toll revenue. This presentation discusses the challenges of implementing an asset management system on these assets and gives a overview of the tools utilised to be successful.

Presented by: Ian Anderson, Lend Lease

Track: Maximo

24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

TRIRIGA - Integration with TRIRIGA the Source of Truth


 

Abstract: TRIRIGA for many organisations has become the source of truth. This results in a proliferation of integrations required for TRIRIGA to communicate with other systems as both a source and a destination. The presentation will describe specific cases where requirements for a multitude of integrations with the primary one the integrated realtime interaction with Oracle iProcurement. Additionally realtime feeds to Service Now and a geospatial system for tracking assets.

Presented by: John O'Brien, Whitesmiths

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

Engineering - Case Study - Implementation of Engineering Change Request System – Using IBM Engineering Workflow Manager


 

Abstract: As many companies embark on projects that are dealing with Industry 4.0 solution, these projects can get complex in nature, such as system of systems, multi-vendors, multi-assurances approvals, first of its kind and large technology stack. As these complexities will bring new challenges, especially for the project manager or project sponsors to take control of Engineering Change Requests in their project. As traditionally using a spreadsheet, words documents, and presentation documents to manage change requests, these can be tedious, inefficient and overwhelming to manage in a complex engineering project. In this presentation will look at these challenges and how?IBM Engineering Workflow Manager (Rational Team Concert)?address these challenges and outline the best practices and tips in the implementation of electronic Engineering Change Request using IBM Rational Team Concert. Also demo an example of an project template for change request process to demonstrate the capabilities to address the challenges.

Presented by: Andy Wong IBM, Snezana Dikic, Downer

Track: Engineering

24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

Maximo - Managing Civil Infrastructure with Maximo Portfolio and IBM's Maximo Civil Infrastructure Industry Offering


 

Abstract: Reinforced steel and cement structures (roads, bridges, decks, beams, tunnels and dams) require mandatory route inspections and drive long and expensive maintenance methodology programs based on subjective data around crack and tension measurements. IBM Maximo EAM has many customers fulfilling this routine inspection program today. This session will outline how these capabilities will be enriched to include IoT, Analytics and AI to deliver a complete industry solution. Come learn how to start this journey to Maximo Civil Infrastructure and the offering roadmap for 2019/2020.

Presented by: Stephen Russo and Theo Winkelmann, IBM

Track: Maximo

24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

TRIRIGA - Improve Capital Project Profitability and Productivity with TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Discuss the next generation of TRIRIGA Capital Projects in this Roadmap discussion for 2020 and beyond. Focused on the areas that will be improved to enhance the user’s experience as well as new capabilities to expand on the current core features. Discuss the prioritized solution enhancements and why they were chosen for the next areas of improvement. Audience participation with a focus on additional design and expansion opportunities as product design continues.

Presented by: Patty Congdon, TRIRIGA Offering Manager.

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 11:45 - 1:15 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

Engineering - Starting your configuration management adoption journey


 

Abstract: Are you thinking about global configuration management? The IBM Engineering Lifecycle
Management solution provides powerful global configuration management capabilities enabling strategic reuse of engineering components across the lifecycle. Simply enabling these capabilities won't help you realize their potential. This session will describe current considerations, strategies and best practice guidance available for adopting configuration management so you can plan a smooth adoption and successfully realize the benefits in your organization team involvement.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, Tim Feeny IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

Maximo - Data-Driven Productivity in Mining Technology


 

Abstract: Sandvik Mining is differentiating its offerings by providing data-driven productivity services to its customers. Sandvik and IBM developed an analytics offering based on connected customized service, predictive maintenance products as well as IBM cloud services and security services and open source. In this session you will hear about digitalization in the mining industry, why digitalization is important for the industry, Sandvik's transformational journey and how IBM partnered with Sandvik on this initiative.

Presented by: Ville Svensberg, Sandvik

Track: Maximo

24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

TRIRIGA - TRIRIGA Platform Evolution


 

Abstract: We will cover the transformation going on with the TRIRIGA Platform Development’s USF (Unification Fortification Simplification) efforts. We will do a deep dive into the patterns being explored, ideas being considered, and constraints to have the TRIRIGA Platform conform to be both an On-Premises Enterprise Solution, as well as building it for a future as a Cloud-Native application.

Presented by: Dan Mazzella, Lead Software Architect - IBM TRIRIGA Platform, Wipro

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

Engineering - Agile MBSE


 

Abstract: While the roots of Agile Development and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) are in software development, the principles of Lean and Agile are generally applicable for Hardware/Product Development as well as Embedded Software. This session will examine how the principles of agile can be applied to MBSE.

Presented by: Kim Cobb, IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

Maximo - Optimise Critical MRO Spares and Materials with Maximo MRO IO


 

Abstract: Discover how asset-intensive organisations around the world—including the world's leading Oil & Gas, Mining, Transportation, Utilities and Process Manufacturing companies—rely upon Maximo MRO Inventory Optimisation to help them achieve significant results in months, not years, such as: Up to 50% reduction in unplanned downtime rleated to parts; up to 40% reduction in inventory costs; up to 35% savings in maintenance budgets; and up to 25% increase in service levels

Presented by: Col Rae, IBM Global Business Services

Track: Maximo

24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Enable the Human Experience: JLL has extended TRIRIGA using Modo Labs to improve the workplace experience


 

Abstract: Elevating experience is the new CRE mandate.?In order for organizations to stay competitive in this changing market, we must create a workplace experience that improves wellness, productivity, and happiness.? Utilizing new technology in innovative ways sets these organizations apart.? Over the last three years, JLL has conducted a series of research focused on the Future of Work.

Presented by: Scott Williamson, JLL

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Engineering - IBM Support - Bringing Docker and Kubernetes to Engineering Lifecycle Management


 

Abstract: Talk about future technologies that are important for Cloud, containers and Docker., Kubernetes and orchestration. Explain how these technologies can be beneficial for ELM wrt upgrade/installation times.. Run a demo which performs an installation or upgrade. (Optional -- we would probably go with screen captures)

Presented by: IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Maximo - Journey to Maximo on the Cloud


 

Abstract: The Cloud is omnipresent and getting to Cloud is no longer a topic that generates more questions than answers. During this session, we will discuss what are the considerations and benefits of migrating your on-premise system to the IBM Cloud, showcasing a real-life journey from the perspective of the client where IBM partnered with Port Waratah Coal Services to realise their vision of Asset Management in the Cloud.

Presented by: Eder De Faria Almeida, IBM

Track: Maximo

24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

TRIRIGA - New Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps in TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Learn how the new TRIRIGA Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps build on existing capabilities to provide new valuable features, allowing TRIRIGA space and maintenance professionals to streamline their work.

Presented by: Josh Meurer, IBM TRIRIGA Product Manager

Track: TRIRIGA

24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Engineering - Meeting the Experts - ELM Hot Topics Round Table


 

Abstract: ELM Hot Topics Round Table with Kim Kobb, IBM , Fariz Saracevic IBM, Kathryn Fryer IBM, Galina Mishiev IBM, Tim Feeny IBM

Presented by: Kim Kobb, IBM , Fariz Saracevic IBM, Kathryn Fryer IBM, Galina Mishiev IBM, Tim Feeny IBM

Track: Engineering

24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Maximo - Industry Use Case - Implementing Maximo in leading Industries


 

Abstract: Maximo outcomes for asset intensive industries where by equipment will become more reliable, production will meet targets, and operating costs will decline. This session will explore different strategies for implementing EAM and Asset Performance Management and the measurable value each provides thru an analysis of operating and financial measures.

Presented by: Christopher Rospenda and Terry Saunders, IBM

Track: Maximo

24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Creating the Digital Twin with Building Information Management


 

Abstract: Building Information Modeling provides a mechanism for defining and maintaining a Digital Twin of a facility, which can then be integrated with TRIRIGA to provide rich information and visualization essential for delivering a variety of facility services. Paul Lacey will show how TRIRIGA Connector for BIM pushes and synchronizes location and asset data with TRIRIGA and provides 2D geometry, and ich 3D models for use in TRIRIGA applications. Existing function and future plans will be discussed.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM TRIRIGA Offering Manager

Track: TRIRIGA

Engineering

23 July 9:00 - 10:00 am

All Hands Keynote


 

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Track: Engineering

23 July 10:00 - 10:30 am

Break - Switch buildings


 

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23 July 10:30 - 11:30 am

Engineering - Welcome Session -Transformation of the Engineering Profession


 

Abstract: Transforming engineering: As the complexity of the engineering function continues to grow, the engineering organization has to fundamentally shift to address these constantly changing dimensions that includes business transformation, increasing data, customer expectations and operating in a global environment. Dibbe Edwards, VP Watson IoT, will share how engineering and the engineering lifecycle is changing, and how the latest engineering technologies from IBM can support those changes during the entire arc of product development: reducing time to market, providing traceability and compliance, all while driving higher product quality.

Presented by: Dibbe Edwards, VP of Offering Management, IBM

Track:  

23 July 11:30 - 12:30 pm

Engineering - What's New in ELM


 

Abstract: A review of the new features / futures in the ELM portfolio, including what is new in Reporting.

Presented by: Fariz Saracevic IBM

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23 July 12:30 - 1:45 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

Engineering - Rail Projects Victoria case study - Managing large scale Civil Engineering projects using 'traditional IT' tools and methods


 

Abstract: Systems Engineering on traditional software and embedded systems projects is well understood and typically well followed, marrying mature techniques from both IT and systems in a rigorous approach involving the use of common repositories for team requirements, design and development artefacts, and quality. It is a different situation in rail civil engineering programs.
Rail Projects Victoria (RPV) has been established to manage the development and delivery of the State's major rail projects.
In establishing this project office a decision was made to adopt the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) on Cloud solution (formerly known as Collaborative Lifecycle Management).
The use of a requirements management tool for major rail infrastructure projects in Victoria is a new concept. This presentation will provide some history on the application of requirements management in the lifecycle of civil based rail projects in Victoria, the decision to adopt DOORS NG and what RPV has done in respect to setting up a system for requirements management across a portfolio of projects and what are some of the learnings, challenges and opportunities.
As well as traditional requirements engineering, this presentation will also look at the Design and V&V process, safety and hazard management, Interface management and ways in which formal Document Management systems may be used alongside IBM ELM for formal transmittal.

Presented by: Marc Chadwick, Michael Wang and David Norris, Rail Projects Victoria

Track:  

23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

Engineering - Applying Watson to Requirements Management: RQA with Live Demo


 

Abstract: Even with the most advanced tools, engineers can still inadvertently create ambiguous requirements that result in costly re-work and project delays. The Requirements Quality Assistant, the first AI offering for the engineering portfolio, can inject intelligence into the requirements management process, leading to improved outcomes.?

Presented by: Galina Mishiev, IBM

Track:  

23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

Engineering - Navigating the reporting landscape for Engineering Lifecycle Management


 

Abstract: The Engineering Lifecycle Management solution gives you great flexibility to define your own requirement type systems, including requirement types, link types, and attributes. However, when you want to enforce common processes or reporting across teams, especially in a configuration-enabled environment, inconsistent type systems can become a serious challenge. This session describes how to plan and manage your type systems over time and what to do if problems arise.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer and Fariz Saracevic, IBM

Track:  

23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Engineering - Best Practices for Requirements Collaboration in the engineering value chain


 

Abstract: Many companies are now partnering with others in an engineering value chain to jointly develop or deliver offerings more quickly than they could alone. However, collaborating across organizational boundaries raises concerns around security, compliance quality, and efficiency. In this session, we'll explore different approaches to collaborative requirements engineering for today and the future, including infrastructure considerations, based on real-world observations.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, Tim Feeney, IBM

Track:  

23 July 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Solution Center Reception


 

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24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

Engineering - Practical AI across the Engineering Lifecycle


 

Abstract: What is your ETA for AI?

This presentation explains IBM's AI-ELM architecture. It highlights multiple practical integrations of AI with ELM. These applications drive higher quality into products - earlier and with more consistency.

Learn about Evaluative, Transformative, and Assistive (ETA) AI capabilities available now.

Presented by: Galina Mishiev, IBM

Track:  

24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

Engineering - IBM Engineering Requirements - Solving really hard Problems


 

Abstract: Requirements are only meaningful if they are defined and used within a development process – ideally one that guides teams to maximum impact and maximum efficiency. This statement has many implications for your development process and the many tools your developers and engineers use as they bring your development process to life. A foundational enabler is the ability to create a shared development context for your teams and evolving it in a controlled way: across multiple tools from multiple vendors, maintaining dependencies among the data in these tools, and with effective change management. This session will briefly survey ways this is typically addressed today with the various compromises that are inherent in these approaches, then explain the concepts and promise of “global configurations” in your engineering tool chain as enabled by OASIS OSLC Configuration Management and implemented by the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management solution.

Presented by: Fariz Saracevic IBM

Track:  

24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

Engineering - Case Study - Implementation of Engineering Change Request System – Using IBM Engineering Workflow Manager


 

Abstract: As many companies embark on projects that are dealing with Industry 4.0 solution, these projects can get complex in nature, such as system of systems, multi-vendors, multi-assurances approvals, first of its kind and large technology stack. As these complexities will bring new challenges, especially for the project manager or project sponsors to take control of Engineering Change Requests in their project. As traditionally using a spreadsheet, words documents, and presentation documents to manage change requests, these can be tedious, inefficient and overwhelming to manage in a complex engineering project. In this presentation will look at these challenges and how?IBM Engineering Workflow Manager (Rational Team Concert)?address these challenges and outline the best practices and tips in the implementation of electronic Engineering Change Request using IBM Rational Team Concert. Also demo an example of an project template for change request process to demonstrate the capabilities to address the challenges.

Presented by: Andy Wong IBM, Snezana Dikic, Downer

Track:  

24 July 11:45 - 1:15 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

Engineering - Starting your configuration management adoption journey


 

Abstract: Are you thinking about global configuration management? The IBM Engineering Lifecycle
Management solution provides powerful global configuration management capabilities enabling strategic reuse of engineering components across the lifecycle. Simply enabling these capabilities won't help you realize their potential. This session will describe current considerations, strategies and best practice guidance available for adopting configuration management so you can plan a smooth adoption and successfully realize the benefits in your organization team involvement.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, Tim Feeny IBM

Track:  

24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

Engineering - Agile MBSE


 

Abstract: While the roots of Agile Development and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) are in software development, the principles of Lean and Agile are generally applicable for Hardware/Product Development as well as Embedded Software. This session will examine how the principles of agile can be applied to MBSE.

Presented by: Kim Cobb, IBM

Track:  

24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Engineering - IBM Support - Bringing Docker and Kubernetes to Engineering Lifecycle Management


 

Abstract: Talk about future technologies that are important for Cloud, containers and Docker., Kubernetes and orchestration. Explain how these technologies can be beneficial for ELM wrt upgrade/installation times.. Run a demo which performs an installation or upgrade. (Optional -- we would probably go with screen captures)

Presented by: IBM

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24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Engineering - Meeting the Experts - ELM Hot Topics Round Table


 

Abstract: ELM Hot Topics Round Table with Kim Kobb, IBM , Fariz Saracevic IBM, Kathryn Fryer IBM, Galina Mishiev IBM, Tim Feeny IBM

Presented by: Kim Kobb, IBM , Fariz Saracevic IBM, Kathryn Fryer IBM, Galina Mishiev IBM, Tim Feeny IBM

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Maximo

23 July 9:00 - 10:00 am

All Hands Keynote


 

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23 July 10:00 - 10:30 am

Break - Switch buildings


 

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23 July 10:30 - 11:45 am

Maximo - Supercharge your Assets with Maximo - Roadmap


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximize their performance and value. During this session leaders of the Maximo Offering Management team will present the portfolio including strategy, branding and investments and will discuss how to apply IoT data and AI to more efficiently and effectively to manage the assets of today and tomorrow, and how new tools and partnerships can help you predict asset failure, optimize production, extend asset lifecycles, and improve worker safety.

Presented by: David Gasdia and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

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23 July 11:45 - 12:30 pm

Maximo - The Future of Asset Management - Addressing the Asset Performance Conundrum with APM


 

Abstract: Asset intensive organizations are struggling to develop a balance between cost cutting and risk reduction in order to optimize asset performance. This session will articulate a point of view on the digital re-invention that is changing operating models in a disruptive ways and driving companies to change to remain competitive. Come hear how IBM is helping clients leverage AI and IoT in an effort to digitally transform their organizations.?

Presented by: Greg Knowles and Terry Saunders, IBM

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23 July 12:30 - 1:45 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

Maximo - Delivering Operational Efficiencies through Automation using IBM Cloud


 

Abstract: Melbourne Waters' automation program is delivering operational efficiencies and improving safety through the use of AI, machine learning, and IoT solutions. These works are reducing manual activities, safety risks, energy and chemical consumption to contribute to our vision of enhancing live and liveability. To effectively prioritise management of our complex asset base and move to predictive and condition-based maintenance regimes, Melbourne Water is evaluating Maximo Asset Health Insights. The solution allows us to integrate real-time SCADA data as well as hierarchically aggregate asset and works information, to provide a holistic understanding of plant health and performance.

Presented by: Zoltan Kelly, Asset Information Improvement Specialist, Melbourne Water

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23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

Maximo - Benefits to Coupling Maximo and BIM as well Digital Twins


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximise their performance and value. During this session, we will discuss what are the key benefits of using the Maximo BIM integration, what are the required components and how to get your 3D Models available within Maximo.

Presented by: Anthony Roe, Head of Digital Technology and Innovation, Downer Mining Energy & Industrial and Eder De Faria Almeida, IBM GBS

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23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

Maximo - Health and Safety in Australia and New Zealand


 

Abstract: What does Pike River, Columbia Shuttle disaster, and Esso Longford explosion incidents have in common? Rigorous identification of hazards and assessment of risks with the right team of people could have prevented these issues. The Health and Safety Acts and Regulations in Australia and in New Zealand talk about 'so far is is reasonably practicable'. What is this and how can we demonstrate that our risks are minimised so far as is reasonably practicable?
Does your company have an unambiguous, comprehensive Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) process with the right team of experienced, competent people to allow you to sleep at night?
Discussion of processes to assist in giving you the right set of questions to ask your business to satisfy management that the right controls are in place for HIRA.

Presented by: Iain Murray, Director, PSOEEng Pty Ltd

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23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Maximo - Technician of the Future - Anywhere, Anytime, Any Asset


 

Abstract: How AI, Augmented Reality, analytics and IoT transform the way your field and factory technicians work. Learn how customers are leveraging advanced technologies to transform their maintenance and repair procedures.
The session will focus on how IBM offerings help plant operators, field service teams and OEMs troubleshoot problems and repair your equipment more efficiently - helping teams reduce mean time to repair and improve first time fix rate. This session will include client case studies and guidance on how to get started with advanced solutions.

Presented by: Ishan Sehgal and Heena Purohit, IBM

Track:  

23 July 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Solution Center Reception


 

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24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

Maximo - Power to the People - Driving Value with IBM Maximo Workcenters


 

Abstract: Wondering where to begin with Maximo work centers? Do your people need more from the Maximo UX? Wondering how better UX equals better business outcomes? The new Maximo user experience reimagines Maximo functions in a user outcome-driven design. Learn how to get the most from the Maximo work centers, and the latest capabilities in work management and supply-chain, and learn how to get up and running with work centers today! We will also share our future vision of Maximo’s UI technology.

Presented by: Johannes Tjoa, IBM

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24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

Maximo - Asset Management System Implementation for Civil Engineering in Road Tunnels


 

Abstract: Road tunnels asset management is closer aligned to manufacturing than to typical road maintenance. With a complex suite of M&E assets including air quality and ventilation systems, water treatment, intelligent traffic control systems and fire deluge systems, along side of your standard civil infrastructure assets. Think of a road tunnel as a factory that produces toll revenue. This presentation discusses the challenges of implementing an asset management system on these assets and gives a overview of the tools utilised to be successful.

Presented by: Ian Anderson, Lend Lease

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24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

Maximo - Managing Civil Infrastructure with Maximo Portfolio and IBM's Maximo Civil Infrastructure Industry Offering


 

Abstract: Reinforced steel and cement structures (roads, bridges, decks, beams, tunnels and dams) require mandatory route inspections and drive long and expensive maintenance methodology programs based on subjective data around crack and tension measurements. IBM Maximo EAM has many customers fulfilling this routine inspection program today. This session will outline how these capabilities will be enriched to include IoT, Analytics and AI to deliver a complete industry solution. Come learn how to start this journey to Maximo Civil Infrastructure and the offering roadmap for 2019/2020.

Presented by: Stephen Russo and Theo Winkelmann, IBM

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24 July 11:45 - 1:15 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

Maximo - Data-Driven Productivity in Mining Technology


 

Abstract: Sandvik Mining is differentiating its offerings by providing data-driven productivity services to its customers. Sandvik and IBM developed an analytics offering based on connected customized service, predictive maintenance products as well as IBM cloud services and security services and open source. In this session you will hear about digitalization in the mining industry, why digitalization is important for the industry, Sandvik's transformational journey and how IBM partnered with Sandvik on this initiative.

Presented by: Ville Svensberg, Sandvik

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24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

Maximo - Optimise Critical MRO Spares and Materials with Maximo MRO IO


 

Abstract: Discover how asset-intensive organisations around the world—including the world's leading Oil & Gas, Mining, Transportation, Utilities and Process Manufacturing companies—rely upon Maximo MRO Inventory Optimisation to help them achieve significant results in months, not years, such as: Up to 50% reduction in unplanned downtime rleated to parts; up to 40% reduction in inventory costs; up to 35% savings in maintenance budgets; and up to 25% increase in service levels

Presented by: Col Rae, IBM Global Business Services

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24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Maximo - Journey to Maximo on the Cloud


 

Abstract: The Cloud is omnipresent and getting to Cloud is no longer a topic that generates more questions than answers. During this session, we will discuss what are the considerations and benefits of migrating your on-premise system to the IBM Cloud, showcasing a real-life journey from the perspective of the client where IBM partnered with Port Waratah Coal Services to realise their vision of Asset Management in the Cloud.

Presented by: Eder De Faria Almeida, IBM

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24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

Maximo - Industry Use Case - Implementing Maximo in leading Industries


 

Abstract: Maximo outcomes for asset intensive industries where by equipment will become more reliable, production will meet targets, and operating costs will decline. This session will explore different strategies for implementing EAM and Asset Performance Management and the measurable value each provides thru an analysis of operating and financial measures.

Presented by: Christopher Rospenda and Terry Saunders, IBM

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TRIRIGA

23 July 9:00 - 10:00 am

All Hands Keynote


 

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23 July 10:00 - 10:30 am

Break - Switch buildings


 

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23 July 10:30 - 11:45 am

TRIRIGA - IBM TRIRIGA Portfolio - Roadmap


 

Abstract: Connected facilities offer new levels of operational efficiency and optimization. With data, AI and IoT, business leaders can not only reduce operating costs, but gain more actionable insights on building performance and across all aspects of their real estate portfolio. Join IBM offering management for a TRIRIGA portfolio roadmap and an early glimpse into upcoming capabilities that will help clients continue to drive operational excellence and create workplaces that matter.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM TRIRIGA Offering Leader, IBM Watson IoT / Dr. Claire Penny, Global Industry Leader - Watson IOT for Buildings

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23 July 11:45 - 12:30 pm

TRIRIGA - ISS and TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: ISS uses TRIRIGA and FieldFLEX together to deliver services across the globe. At Metro Trains,
smart work allocation in the field has helped reduce journey times, increase task completions,
optimize work allocation and provide a better activity audit function. In addition, learn how ISS
have leveraged IoT Platform to assist support their customers

Presented by: Luke O'Brien and Kiran Narayan, ISS

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23 July 12:30 - 1:45 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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23 July 1:45 - 2:30 pm

TRIRIGA - Future of Workspace Optimization with IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights


 

Abstract: Many organizations embrace the 'work where you are and where you're needed' principle. That means they need to relook at the way their space is allocated and utilized in order to achieve cost optimization. In this session, we will present examples of how space optimization can help you provide state-of-the-art facilities, and show how IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights adds value by providing insights and answers for today's workspace planner - all without having to write single line of code.

Presented by: David Blanch, IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights Offering Manager

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23 July 2:30 - 3:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Melbourne Health CAFM Project: a Business Transformation Journey


 

Abstract: Melbourne Heath is a major metropolitan health service delivering statewide healthcare services through its major campus The Royal Melbourne Hospital and over 30 satellite sites it auspices, in addition to its major precinct partners - North Western Mental Health, The Peter Doherty’s Institute and The University of Melbourne. Melbourne Health recently procured TRIRIGA to support its facilities and asset operational information management. With some configurations it is also implementing a mobility platform for task management using the UX perceptive application for its non-clinical operational staff.Named the ‘CAFM Project’ - Adriana Stormont (Project Director) and Michael McCambridge (Director of MH Facilities Management) will share their procurement and business transformation journey to date including their challenges and a look into ‘The Road Ahead’.

Presented by: Adriana Stormont, Project Director at Melbourne Health and Michael McCambridge, Director Facilities Management at Melbourne Health

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23 July 3:30 - 4:15 pm

TRIRIGA - AASB 16 - implementation insights


 

Abstract: AASB 16 (iFRS16) is the largest fundamental accounting change since the introduction of IFRS in 2006. The change impacts almost every industry, and has broader implications than the finance function.?The majority of companies in Australia are still in the middle of implementing the standard, despite it being effective from 1 January 2019 (1 July 2019 for most Australian companies). This session will focus on:

  • Sharing the implementation approach developed by Deloitte in 2016-17
  • Sharing practical 'real world' insights on each phase of the implementation approach
  • Accounting 'hot topics'
  • Technology considerations, including the value proposition for TRIRIGA

Presented by: Joel John - Director Corporate Advisory, Deloitte

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23 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Meet AI, my new co-worker


 

Abstract: As AI takes hold in many companies, will it replace employees, even in the CRE and FM world? The reality: AI will augment all existing facility/real estate roles, enabling employees to do so much more, resulting in increased productivity. This session showcases how leading companies, from retailers to industrial clients, are using this power of AI to deliver new ways of working and how AI can become the best new “co-worker” in the workplace, an advancement to be embraced, not feared.

Presented by: Dr. Claire Penny, Global Industry Leader - Watson IOT for Buildings

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23 July 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Solution Center Reception


 

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24 July 9:00 - 9:45 am

TRIRIGA - Delivering an Engaging Occupant Experience for the Modern Workplace


 

Abstract: The workplace has evolved to accommodate new ways of working. Enabled by new technologies and shaped by employee expectations, productive work now happens in multiple spaces, with remote collaboration technologies, mobility, connectivity and rapid access to information. Shifts in the workplace are being driven by the disruptive nature of AI, a generational shift, and the rapid adoption of voice assistants among consumers. Learn how IBM is enhancing TRIRIGA to deliver for the new workplace.

Presented by: Paul Lacey

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24 July 10:00 - 10:45 am

TRIRIGA - Integration with TRIRIGA the Source of Truth


 

Abstract: TRIRIGA for many organisations has become the source of truth. This results in a proliferation of integrations required for TRIRIGA to communicate with other systems as both a source and a destination. The presentation will describe specific cases where requirements for a multitude of integrations with the primary one the integrated realtime interaction with Oracle iProcurement. Additionally realtime feeds to Service Now and a geospatial system for tracking assets.

Presented by: John O'Brien, Whitesmiths

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24 July 11:00 - 11:45 am

TRIRIGA - Improve Capital Project Profitability and Productivity with TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Discuss the next generation of TRIRIGA Capital Projects in this Roadmap discussion for 2020 and beyond. Focused on the areas that will be improved to enhance the user’s experience as well as new capabilities to expand on the current core features. Discuss the prioritized solution enhancements and why they were chosen for the next areas of improvement. Audience participation with a focus on additional design and expansion opportunities as product design continues.

Presented by: Patty Congdon, TRIRIGA Offering Manager.

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24 July 11:45 - 1:15 pm

Lunch / Solution Center


 

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24 July 1:15 - 2:00 pm

TRIRIGA - TRIRIGA Platform Evolution


 

Abstract: We will cover the transformation going on with the TRIRIGA Platform Development’s USF (Unification Fortification Simplification) efforts. We will do a deep dive into the patterns being explored, ideas being considered, and constraints to have the TRIRIGA Platform conform to be both an On-Premises Enterprise Solution, as well as building it for a future as a Cloud-Native application.

Presented by: Dan Mazzella, Lead Software Architect - IBM TRIRIGA Platform, Wipro

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24 July 2:15 - 3:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Enable the Human Experience: JLL has extended TRIRIGA using Modo Labs to improve the workplace experience


 

Abstract: Elevating experience is the new CRE mandate.?In order for organizations to stay competitive in this changing market, we must create a workplace experience that improves wellness, productivity, and happiness.? Utilizing new technology in innovative ways sets these organizations apart.? Over the last three years, JLL has conducted a series of research focused on the Future of Work.

Presented by: Scott Williamson, JLL

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24 July 3:15 - 4:00 pm

TRIRIGA - New Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps in TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Learn how the new TRIRIGA Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps build on existing capabilities to provide new valuable features, allowing TRIRIGA space and maintenance professionals to streamline their work.

Presented by: Josh Meurer, IBM TRIRIGA Product Manager

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24 July 4:15 - 5:00 pm

TRIRIGA - Creating the Digital Twin with Building Information Management


 

Abstract: Building Information Modeling provides a mechanism for defining and maintaining a Digital Twin of a facility, which can then be integrated with TRIRIGA to provide rich information and visualization essential for delivering a variety of facility services. Paul Lacey will show how TRIRIGA Connector for BIM pushes and synchronizes location and asset data with TRIRIGA and provides 2D geometry, and ich 3D models for use in TRIRIGA applications. Existing function and future plans will be discussed.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM TRIRIGA Offering Manager

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