2019 - PI World - San Francisco - Mining, Materials, Supply Chain
CSL’s fleet management - a journey towards connected vessels for operational excellence & analytics
The presentation will discuss how CSL is implementing a fully integrated view of its moving vessels’ operations and how the various pieces integrate with the business. The presentation will discuss:
• Overview of CSL
• Key business drivers leading to the digitalization of CSL’s fleet
• How a distributed architecture of the PI System was deployed
• Change management process of getting captains on-board
• Key business needs to automate various processes
• How Maya’s IT & OT PI integration experts helped CSL towards a successful journey
• Key lessons learned along the digital transformation journey
• Next potential steps in providing improved resiliency, availability, utilization, and enhanced visibility into CSL Business Processes.
An effective Manager, results oriented with over 20 years of relevant experience in the following areas:
-Management of human resources, material and financial
-Special projects manager
-In charge of a propulsion plan, conveyors and heavy machinery
• Graduated from Marine institute with honors in 1998 - Marine engineering.
• Promoted Chief Engineer in 2006
• Extensively traveled the world for long period of time when I was on time off from sailing from 1998 to 2013
• Start working ashore as vessel superintendent / vessel manager for CSL in 2013
• Project manager / vessel manager where main focus was development and implementation of our O2 solution. Since 2016
• Speaks French, English, Spanish and some Portuguese
Maya HTT Ltd
Remi's involvement with MAYA’s clients over the past 17 years has led him to play a key role in MAYA’s engineering and lifecycle management products strategy. He now heads the applied AI, IIoT, and Datacenter Clarity LC global business and R&D directions. Remi is a short-track speed skater champion in Quebec. He has also been instrumental in designing and analyzing structural components of 4 successful spacecraft currently orbiting the planet. When it comes to mission critical, you can count on the experience Remi acquired both business-wise and sports-wise. Remi attended the International Space University after completing his M.A.Sc. thesis on MOST, Canada`s first space telescope, at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies following his engineering degree at McGill University.