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2018 SAME HONOLULU SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM – ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW!

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SAME Honolulu offers scholarships to deserving high school seniors and college students who will be or are currently enrolled at a university with an accredited engineering or architecture program. Download the 2018 scholarship application here.

NEW SAME HONOLULU POST WEBSITE COMING SOON!

SAME Honolulu Post website will migrate to SAME National’s website platform in October 2018. For now, all event announcements and important information are listed on this homepage.

 

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UPCOMING SAME MONTHLY LUNCH MEETINGS IN 2018

Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter (map)
11:30am – 1:00pm

 

Dates:

September 12, 2018 (Wednesday) – Lunch Meeting Cancelled.

October 10, 2018 (Wednesday) – Replaced by an Augmented Reality Site Walk of the Mission Control Facility at Fort Shafter – limited to 20 SAME Honolulu Post members.
November 14, 2018 (Wednesday) – Registration is now open. Click here to register.
December 12, 2018 (Wednesday)

 

Cost:

$25 – SAME Members (40 Years and Over)
$15 – SAME Young Members (39 Years and Under)
$30 – Non-Members
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SAME MONTHLY LUNCH MEETING – November 14, 2018

Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter (map)
11:30am – 1:00pm

 

Topic: Data Analytics in Facilities Maintenance and Construction

 

Presenter: John Lafferty, MBA, PMP, Pacific Data Science Lead, Booz | Allen | Hamilton

 

Synopsis of the Presentation: Military facility departments and construction firms require multiple business information systems due to having multiple functional areas to function efficiently. The data from these systems often need to be merged and correlated to create reports that can be easily conceptualized for meaningful decision making. In all industries, it is not uncommon for organizations to lack fully integrated systems with business intelligence products and reporting, but instead commonly depend on their workforce to manually pull this data together into analytical reports. While this approach has hidden costs that corporations must bear to stay competitive, government organizations endure these same costs either through increased labor budgets or workforce production opportunity costs.

 

In this presentation, learn the many ways that data analytics is impacting the facilities industry today. Automating manual data handling and reporting tasks to free up labor to take on more meaningful work while also provide more accurate and timely reporting. Modeling facilities systems using inspection data to automatically build short-term and long-term repair projects at the most effective time. Determining the total life-time cost of facility ownership to aid new construction decisions. Artificial Intelligence that can accurately diagnose generators and recommend preventive maintenance by listening to them run. And much more.

 

Lunch Meeting Sustaining Member in the Spotlight: N/A

 

$25 – SAME Members (40 Years and Over)
$15 – SAME Young Members (39 Years and Under)
$30 – Non-Members

 

RSVP:  Click here