Frank Baker, Operations Director at Vetasi, will be co-presenting a session with South East Water (SEW) at this year's Pulse conference.
The presentation will cover the following topics:
- The philosophy behind the initial phase of the Spatial implementation at SEW
- Current status of the deployment of Spatial at South Staffordshire Water (SSW)
- Lessons learned from these initial forays into the world of Maximo Spatial
Vetasi are currently actively involved in two major UK based Maximo Spatial Implementations:
This is an exciting area of development for the Maximo product and Vetasi are proud to be at the forefront of these two implementations. Frank will also be attending a post Pulse seminar where a number of Maximo Spatial users and potential users will be meeting with the Development team to discuss future trends in the industry.
South Staffs Water - Vetasi are implementing Maximo for Utilities (including Spatial) at SSW. The project is currently in the final stages of UAT with a planned launch date of May 1st 2011.
South East Water - Vetasi upgraded SEW from v4 of Maximo to Maximo Spatial v7 during the course of 2010. We are now assisting SEW in the final stage of this project to implement the full spatial integration with their ESRI based GIS. This project will go live during the summer of 2011
During the course of this year’s Pulse conference Vetasi will be presenting at the following conference sessions:
Room 314 - MGM Conference Centre - Level 3 1st March 14.00 - 15.00
Session 1302 How South East Water Upgraded Maximo while Improving the Data Hierarchy and Implementing Maximo Spatial
Vetasi will be co-presenting with SEW to primarily focus on the progress made to date with the implementation of Maximo Spatial. There will be an overview of the upgrade project.
In addition to this Vetasi will be presenting a short overview of the current state of play at SSW.
Room 120 - MGM Conference Centre - Level 1 1st March 10.45 - 11.15
Session 1435 A Panel Discussion of Maximo Spatial Implementations Three Countries, Three Customers, Three Approaches
GIS is now part of Asset Life Cycle Management. This session will review the diverse implementations of three customers who have implemented Maximo Spatial with enterprise GIS.
Vetasi will be taking part in this Panel session to provide information based on their experience with Maximo Spatial at both SEW and SSW.