ABOUT OSISOFT

OSIsoft develops software and technology that give people the power to transform their world through data. OSIsoft’s PI System captures operational data from sensors, manufacturing equipment and other devices and transforms it into rich information streams that can be accessed by plant engineers, executives, data researchers and partners to improve productivity, save money or engage in business analytics.

More than 1,000 leading utilities, 95 percent of the largest oil and gas companies, 65 percent of the Fortune 500 industrial companies and numerous government agencies rely on technology from OSIsoft and its partners. The PI System is part of the critical infrastructure at over 19,000 manufacturing sites, refineries, water treatment facilities, office complexes, transportation networks, wind farms, power plants, data centers and other environments. Worldwide, more than 1.5 billion sensor-based data streams are managed by the PI System.

Founded in 1980, OSIsoft has over 1,200 employees and is headquartered in San Leandro, California.

OSIsoft at a Glance:

  • More than 5,000 customers, including over 1,000 utilities, 95% of the top 40 oil and gas companies, 90% of the largest pharma companies and 65% of the Fortune 500 industrials.
  • The PI System is running at over 19,000 sites capturing data from over 1.5 billion sensors
  • 1,200+ employees
  • Operating in 127+ countries
  • Founded in 1980.
  • Privately held. Investors include Mitsui, Technology Crossover Ventures, Tola Capital, and Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers.
  • 20% of revenue is invested in R&D

FEATURED PRODUCTS

PI System PI System

From data to knowledge to transformation
Move from complexity to simplicity, from asset and process intelligence to operational intelligence with the PI System. Its highly scalable, open data infrastructure empowers enterprises in real time, transforming operational data into actionable knowledge and business transformation.

CONTACT INFORMATION

OSIsoft

San Leandro Tech Campus, 1600 Alvarado Street

San Leandro, CA 94577

UNITED STATES

Phone: 510-297-5800

FEATURED CONTENT

  • Overcoming The Challenge Of Tracking Sources Of Foodborne Illnesses
    Overcoming The Challenge Of Tracking Sources Of Foodborne Illnesses

    Romaine lettuce is a staple in many home and restaurant kitchens, but shoppers found the crispy green vegetable difficult to locate in late 2018. As an outbreak of E. coli-tainted romaine began to make headlines, it was pulled from store shelves and restaurant delivery trucks all over the country. By the time the source of contamination was traced back to a California farm, and sales could be restarted, more than 60 people had been infected and dozens had been hospitalized.

  • A Cost-Effective Solution To Safety Compliance
    A Cost-Effective Solution To Safety Compliance

    Food companies are no stranger to regulatory oversight. However, newer requirements such as the food safety modernization act, or FSMA, present a special challenge. Based on seven foundational rules aimed at transforming the nation’s food safety system from one that was traditionally reactive, FSMA requires that producers have significantly more control of their operations.

  • Nutrien: Breaking Down Data Silos
    Nutrien: Breaking Down Data Silos

    Nutrien is the world’s largest producer of potash and the second-largest producer of nitrogen fertilizer. Many of the company’s individual sites have been using PI System software for some time, but until recently, Nutrien had no enterprise-level system for handling data. By centralizing the flow of data through the company, Nutrien now has better coordination, anticipation, and insight into operations across the business.

  • Deschutes: Better Data For Better Beer
    Deschutes: Better Data For Better Beer

    Deschutes Brewery, the seventh largest craft brewery in the United States, had a problem. During the cooling phase of the brewing process, temperatures were spiking in a new class of fermenters, an anomaly that could potentially reduce capacity potential and affect the quality and flavor of their beers. Luckily, Deschutes had a secret weapon: the PI System.

  • How Tyson Foods Improved Plant Operations With OSIsoft
    How Tyson Foods Improved Plant Operations With OSIsoft

    Tyson Foods - realizing they were making decisions with no visibility into plant operations data - turned to real-time data management software to make data-driven decisions to boost yield and reduce waste.

  • A Well-Oiled Machine: Using Operational Data To Mitigate Performance Loss
    A Well-Oiled Machine: Using Operational Data To Mitigate Performance Loss

    Cargill’s Global Edible Oil Solutions division experienced line stoppages which hurt its productivity. Keep reading to learn how the company analyzed and contextualized operational data to take corrective action.

  • Kellogg’s Uses Data To Transform Food Production Lines
    Kellogg’s Uses Data To Transform Food Production Lines

    Kellogg's needed infrastructure upgrades to reduce recalls and meet more stringent regulations. Keep reading to learn how implementing a data analytics system helped meet these goals.

  • Avebe Launches Factory 4.0 Strategy With PI System Investment
    Avebe Launches Factory 4.0 Strategy With PI System Investment

    This cooperative of starch potato growers competitive advantage depends on production plants that the company runs in the Netherlands, Germany, and Sweden. Recently, the cooperative started facing a challenge: greater efficiency and compliance with increasingly complex regulations and the aging workforce. The company’s management recognized that it was time to embark on a journey of digital transformation and build a Factory 4.0 manufacturing platform to put real-time data analytics tools into the hands of its personnel.

  • 4 Ways Better Data Protects Brand Integrity
    4 Ways Better Data Protects Brand Integrity

    F&B companies say they are struggling to turn data into insights that improve traceability and regulatory compliance. Continue reading to learn how an open data infrastructure can help these endeavors.

  • In the Pressure Cooker - How Operational Data Is Changing The Food And Beverage Industry
    In the Pressure Cooker - How Operational Data Is Changing The Food And Beverage Industry

    Consumers want a sustainable food supply, government regulations are constantly changing and many brands are producing product with aging equipment and other older assets. On top of everything, manufacturers must guarantee utmost quality to maintain consumer confidence and uphold brand integrity, all while making a healthy margin. As data permeates through every area of organizations and digital transformation moves from theory to reality, food and beverage companies must gain real-time operational insights to optimize processes, ensure quality and gain complete visibility from farm all the way to fork.

  • Navigating Change - Why Agility Matters In The Food And Beverage Industry
    Navigating Change - Why Agility Matters In The Food And Beverage Industry

    To stay competitive, companies of all sizes must “act small,” which requires rethinking antiquated processes, legacy systems, old production equipment, and aging infrastructure to become agile and transparent. For many companies, letting data drive business decisions is a complete departure from traditional processes, but to thrive in a fast-shifting market, change is imperative.