Wednesday 10:30 AM
Management - Both
SCADA Reporting with Open Source Software
Water and waste water utilities operate sophisticated SCADA systems collecting and storing thousands of pieces of information each day. The ability to easily access this data and report it in a meaningful way and timely fashion is critical to the success of the organization. To specifically address this need e.SCADA.r (Eramosa SCADA Reporting) has been developed. Developed using open source code, this reporting tool enables web browser access to easily customized reports, has a minimal learning curve, and is being made available to the water and waste water community with no software licensing fee.
Moderator: Jeff Musinski
Tom DeLaura - Eramosa Engineering Inc.
Tom is a Vice President of Eramosa Engineering, and for over 37 years, has focused on how technology must create useable business solutions to achieve success in the water industry. His experience spans the responsibilities of management, engineering, operations, and maintenance roles. In addition to his consulting engineering experience, he served a decade as an engineer and manager of control and information systems with a major municipality.
Tom has delivered numerous papers at local, national, and international conferences on subjects ranging from management issues to the enabling aspects of technology, creating a sustainable technology environment in alignment with a sustainable business environment. Tom is a Trustee of the Michigan Section of the AWWA, Chair of the WEF Automation and Information Technology Committee, Vice Chair of the Workforce subcommittee of the WEF Utility Management Committee, a member of the AWWA Strategic Management Practices committee, and chair of the MWEA/MI-AWWA Asset and Infrastructure Management Committee.