Users Group Overview

This year, we decided to combine the Power Generation Users Group to the Transmission & Distribution Users Group meeting.  This addition will allow for greater networking and knowledge sharing.  Let us come together to learn the latest updates within the industries and with the OSIsoft PI System.

T&D User Group Meeting

Now in its 17th year, the T&D Users Group brings together experts and peers from all over the globe. An excellent opportunity to exchange information and best practices related to the implementation, development, use and support of the OSIsoft PI System. Our event follows the annual independent EMMOS (formerly EMS) Users Conference. Over the years, this event has evolved to become the forum where independent and forward thinking users and suppliers come together to share their ideas and experiences.
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Power Generation User Group Meeting

Following in the successful footsteps of the T&D Users Group, the Power Generation Users Group (PGUG) was launched at the 2017 PI Users Conference in San Francisco. Since then, its PI Square presence has grown to include over 425 active members. Recognizing the value of face-to-face exchange between Power Generation peers, the PGUG annual meeting held outside of the Users Conference is the perfect opportunity to connect and share experiences, good practices, ideas and innovations within the industry.
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About OSIsoft

Value now, value over time.

With the explosion of data, it is no longer efficient or cost-effective to use conventional methods for accessing silos of data. It takes the PI System to connect disparate sources of sensor-based time-series data and deliver the right information to the right people at the right time in the right context. Through a single infrastructure, companies are able to transform their business by reducing downtime, managing assets, mitigating risks, complying with regulations, improving processes, and driving innovation. As businesses expand into sensor-enabled equipment, more assets are streaming more data, increasing the need for and value of the PI System.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event beyond being an exhibitor, please email Patti Sullivan (