The energy and utilities (E&U) industry faces enormous challenges, including growing competition, economic volatility and evolving emissions reductions targets established at climate events like the COP26 summit.
To navigate these uncertainties, E&U businesses have adopted a range of digital tools. While supporting individual teams, many of these tools are disconnected from other business units, creating data silos that reduce communication and collaboration. The result? Project delays, cost overruns and slower responses to challenging situations.
Learn how systems engineering improves process efficiency
Register for our on-demand webinar to learn how a model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach connects isolated digital tools and information systems into a central digital backbone, creating a single unified digital twin of your entire enterprise.
For E&U businesses using MBSE, data changes for a specific area become immediately known to stakeholders, improving process efficiency, promoting collaboration and enabling data-driven decision-making.
John Nixon – Sr. Director, Siemens Digital Industries Software (DISW), Siemens
John is the Energy & Utilities global strategy lead for Siemens DISW. John has worked in energy and utilities for 28+ years. John created multiple energy and technology start-ups leading business development in China, Romania, Panama and the USA. John as also led large greenfield and brownfield projects with oil and mining supermajors in Canada and China, and spearheaded pipeline asset integrity programs in USA and Mexico. In addition to this, John holds patents for pipe lining technology and has been a board member for multiple technology firms and university R&D associations. John was an officer in the US Army and holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.
Ed Leggott – Presales Solution Consultant, Energy & Utilities (DISW), Siemens
Ed is a Systems Engineer with over 10 years industry experience from both Oil & Gas and Aerospace. Ed has held multiple project, engineering management and digital initiative responsibilities before joining Siemens in 2019 with the US Presales team. Today Ed supports multiple accounts in the Energy sector as a trusted advisor to help business teams understand bigger picture concepts and digital maturity as they embark on their digitalization journey.
John Lusty – Global Industry Marketing Lead, Energy & Utilities (DISW), Siemens
John is the Energy & Utilities industry marketing lead for Siemens DISW. He began his career with Dow Chemical and later Nalco Chemical in technical sales as a steam and cooling water chemistry specialist in energy and chemical plants. In 2000, John moved to the software industry, holding management positions at Allegro Development and Bentley Systems. In 2010, John joined Siemens with roles in Enterprise Sales, Industry Solutions, and now Global Industry Marketing. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science from the University of Guelph.
Additional resources to begin your businesses’ digital transformation
To jump-start your E&U businesses’ digital transformation, along with watching the webinar, check out our Model-based Systems Engineering Ebook. It highlights benefits from integrating and managing system requirements throughout an entire product lifecycle.
You can also download our Model-based Systems Engineering Infographic. You’ll learn insights that help E&U businesses solve issues faster while reducing costs.