Big data analytics is the process of examining large and often multiple data sets to reveal trends, patterns, correlations, and other information that can be utilized to assist organizations in making more-informed business decisions. Big Data Analytics can be a very effective tool in support of materiel readiness, mission assurance and sustainment cost reduction in the Department of Defense. This forum will consist of a series of presentations which will describe analytical capabilities and solution sets that assist DoD maintenance managers and leaders with making decisions on what to maintain, when to maintain, and what maintenance actions have the biggest potential impacts on equipment availability and efficiency.
1300-1309: Welcome and Overview – Greg Kilchenstein (OSD-MPP)
1309-1310: Administrative Notes – Debbie Lilu (NCMS)
1310-1330: Big Data at Marine Corps Logistics Command – Major Brian Bagley and Major Amanda Coleman
1330-1350: OPNAV/NAVAIR DWO Big Data Pilot – Jeff Woell (NAVAIR)
1350-1410: “One Network – Data Fusion” which uses existing data sources – Brandon Coffey (WPAFB) and Jim Dubberly (OneNetwork)
1410-1430: “Machines Don’t Have to Break” – Trey Clark (Uptake)
1430-1450: MADW to identify maintenance cost & readiness drivers – Eric Herzberg (LMI), Greg Kilchenstein (OSD), and Janice Bryant (NAVSEA)