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RedEye Webinar:

TECO & REDEYE: CAPTURING LEGACY INFORMATION 

Like many District Energy organizations, Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) was facing operational challenges around their legacy engineering information, including:

  • Knowledge Transfer: experienced staff departing, taking knowledge of accurate engineering information with them
  • Security: engineering information is a critical security risk, that is often a risk of exploitation
  • Access: as TECO digitized, the imperative to make this information available to all stakeholders (both internal and external) was increasing

TECO decided to embark upon a modernization program for their engineering drawings and documents, one that would set them up for long-term success and remove a lot of the risk associated with this critical information.

They chose to partner with RedEye, and have since migrated all their critical engineering information into RedEye’s secure, cloud-based platform.

This webinar will provide the opportunity for attendees to understand the decision-making behind TECO’s decision to focus on this aspect of their business, and how successful the onboarding project with RedEye was.

Presented by Mike Manoucheri (CEO) and Austin Kelly (IT Manager) of TECO and David VanderSchee (President North America) of RedEye Apps.

 

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Michael P. Manoucheri

CEO/PRESIDENT, THERMAL ENERGY CORPORATION (TECO)

Michael P. Manoucheri, P.E., is Thermal Energy Corp.’s president and CEO. He was TECO’s vice president of engineering and maintenance, and prior to that was associate director of plant operations at The University of Texas at Austin, Utilities and Energy Management. Earlier he held various engineering, maintenance, and operations roles at The Dow Chemical Co. and Fluor Daniel Inc. He holds a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Colorado State University.


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Austin Kelly

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER/IT MANAGER, THERMAL ENERGY CORPORATION (TECO)

Austin Kelly, PE, MEng, is an electrical engineer and manager of TECO’s information technology department. He is responsible for providing design and support for all plant electrical systems, developing and managing capital projects, and overseeing the maintenance and operation of all information technology systems and software packages.

He started with TECO as an intern, then came on as a full-time project engineer upon graduation from college. He added security supervisor to his role in 2013, coordinating security cameras and initiating a visitor badge program. He also spearheaded the installation of 9.2 miles of fiber optic cable to gather data from customer meters.


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David VanderSchee

PRESIDENT OF NORTH AMERICA, REDEYE

David VanderSchee is President of North America for RedEye Apps, leading RedEye’s growth in the North American market.  RedEye is providing leading-edge software solutions to help asset owners and operators on their digital journey so they can control their asset data, unleash productivity, mitigate safety risk and enhance project execution.  David has over 25 years P&L, Operations, and Functional leadership in Power / Energy, Oil & Gas, Industrials and Software. He brings both engineering, consulting, and owner/operator lenses to the data challenges faced by Infrastructure owners and operators. 

 

David has a B.A.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo (Canada) and an M.B.A. from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Prior to RedEye he has served in leadership roles with GE, Intertek, Booz & Co, Duke Energy, TC Energy and Fluor.

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