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August 1, 2010

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General Overview of PI

OSI Soft’s PI is a robust suite of applications and infrastructure which easily allows the historization of data collected from systems that produce large amounts of time-stamped data. So, for example, a research lab may have an LIMS which collects sample data from a number of different scientists on something that is being tested; or an oil company may collect sensor readings from pipes within a plant. Any industry that requires operational measurement of operational infrastructure benefits from the historical data collected by PI.
Everything about each system becomes available in real time to executives, engineers, and any other person who could benefit from the data. There is so much information about PI that it really deserves another post, so I’ll leave with a general visual overview of PI through a structural diagram borrowed from OSI-Soft’s website:

Architectural overview of PI

Architectural overview of PI

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