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  • On behalf of IEEE and ISA, I am pleased to invite you to this important and timely lecture at DeVry U. 
    Alex Habib, 732-742-7913

    The Central New Jersey Sections of ISA and IEEE invite you to

    "Plant Floor Data in the Enterprise"

    Thursday March 26, 2015

    5:30 pm–6:30 pm — Social Hour & Free food
    6:30 pm–7:30 pm — Lecture


    DeVry U., room # 2029

    Please confirm your attendance to alex-habib@msn.com


    As expectations on enterprise applications continually become more sophisticated, the need for accurate data from the plant floor becomes more critical every year.  Historically, there has been a disconnect between the enterprise and the plant floor.  There are many reasons for the disconnect, the most obvious being the difference in typical enterprise data (relational) and plant floor data (time series).  Mr. Soll will explain many of the key issues related to use of plant floor data in the enterprise as well as some of the technologies that can be utilized to bridge the two.  This presentation will include both conceptual solutions as well as some specific practical examples that have been deployed.


    David SollDavid F. Soll is the President and CTO of Omicron Development, LLC.  In this position, he is responsible for the overall technical direction and technology solution set provided by Omicron.

    Mr. Soll received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University and has been working in computing for over 30 years, more than 20 of them with Omicron. 

    His ties to process automation go back to 1981 when he developed a data historian for a process control system.  

    David has many years of experience architecting, developing and implementing tools for the visualization and analysis of process control data in both the plant floor and enterprise domains. 

    He is currently the Vice Chair of the Princeton/Central Jersey Section of the IEEE, a past chair of the section's Computer Society chapter as well as being a senior member of the IEEE and recipient of the prestigious Region 1 award.

    He is also a past Chair and a current board member of the New Jersey chapter of the ACM as well as a senior member of the ACM.

    He also is the founder and current chairman of the IEEE/ACM Information Technology Professional Conference.

    Session Sponsor

    Contact: Iwan Santoso, isantoso@devry.edu

    Meeting Location

    DeVry University
    630 US Hwy One
    Room # 2029
    North Brunswick, NJ 08902

    Please confirm your attendance to alex-habib@msn.com