July 18, 2014: Get your engineering under control with AVEVA Engineering webinar
July 15, 2014: D3SCOM Engineering (D3) Sdn. Bhd. invest in AVEVA E3D and AVEVA Laser Modeller
July 11, 2014: How AVEVA Bocad technology transforms efficiency in structural steelwork
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July 18, 2014
During this webinar Julien de Beer, Head of Product Business Management for Engineering & Schematics, and Henrik Hultin, Product Business Manager at AVEVA showcased how the new AVEVA Engineering 14.1 release can make inter-discipline collaboration more effective and efficient.
They also showed how it enables project development to be kept firmly under control and consistent deliverables to be produced; how it reduces the risk of inconsistent data creating costly rework and overruns; and how it provides Engineering and Project Managers with a clear overview of progress and the current status of the design.
To watch the webinar (30 minutes long) click here
July 15, 2014
A leading Malaysian engineering firm chooses AVEVA software solutions for quick project delivery
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 10 July, 2014: D3SCOM Engineering (D3) Sdn. Bhd.has adopted AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D) and AVEVA Laser Modeller software for its brownfield projects with Owner Operators in Malaysia. AVEVA software solutions enable D3’s designers to have a clear understanding of the as-is condition of an asset during brownfield projects. Direct integration of the 3D design model into the intuitive laser scan BubbleView allows accurate extraction of tie-in points and clash detection, and hence minimises project rework. 3D has successfully implemented AVEVA software on the Talisman Bunga Raya brownfield project earlier this year.
July 11, 2014
#2 – Procurement
Steel is expensive. Every tonne you waste takes around $1,000 off your bottom line; more if you have to re-procure at premium prices to replace scrap or make up shortages. And steel mills must schedule production well in advance, so inefficient procurement can result in missed production windows, with serious consequences for the project schedule.
July 10, 2014
Expanded contract includes AVEVA Everything3D as part of a complete Integrated Engineering & Design environment
Houston, Texas – 08 July 2014: AVEVA today announced that KBR, a global engineering, construction and services company, has substantially extended its utilization of AVEVA technology, which includes the selection of AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D). The new contract enables KBR to deploy AVEVA E3D along with an increased number of AVEVA solutions on major capital projects around the world.
July 08, 2014
During this webinar, Bob Aldridge, Head of Business Management for Integrated Engineering & Design, gave an overview of AVEVA’s approach to Integrated Engineering & Design and showed how it can deliver enhanced levels of effectiveness. The fundamental key to Lean practice in Engineering & Design is to be more effective in controlling the design spiral, the iterative process that is at the heart of plant design.
To watch the webinar (approximately 30 mins long) click here
June 27, 2014
#1 – Engineering and Design
Steel fabrication has long been the poor relation of the capital engineering industries, perceived as being a low-tech, commodity service, rarely able to play a fully participative role in the success of a project. Even though fabricators use dedicated, sophisticated software, its general inability to integrate closely with that used by other design disciplines creates a barrier to effective collaboration. Frustration and inefficiency are created on both sides.
June 26, 2014
AVEVA will be hosting its AVEVA Bocad webinar – 'Building higher levels of efficiency in the AEC market'
Time: 14:00 BST (45 mins)
Presenter: Philippe Franckart
During this webinar, Philippe Franckart will present the business value of AVEVA Bocad and explain how our structural detailing solution has helped our clients overcome extremely complex design challenges, while greatly improving workflow collaboration, majorly increasing fabrication efficiency and providing vast commercial benefits not only for our clients themselves, but also for their clients.
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AVEVA will be hosting its AVEVA Engineering webinar titled 'Get your engineering under control with AVEVA Engineering' on 3rd July 2014
Time: 14:00 BST (45 mins)
Presenters: Julien de Beer and Henrik Hultin
In this webinar, Julien and Henrik will explain how the new AVEVA Engineering 14.1 enables project development to be kept firmly under control and consistent deliverables to be produced, how it reduces the risk of inconsistent data creating costly rework and overruns, and how it provides Engineering and Project Managers with a clear overview of progress and the current status of the design.
June 13, 2014
In this webinar Simon Bennett, Senior Product Business Manager at AVEVA, presented AVEVA E3D Insight, a new Windows 8.1 app that allows direct access to real-time AVEVA Everything3D™ (AVEVA E3D™) design information for maximum project efficiency and collaboration. He explained how this app will change the way you and your teams collaboratively visualise, inspect, comment upon and approve designs.
To watch the webinar (approximately 30 minutes long) click here
June 06, 2014
Last year AVEVA briefed ARC Advisory Group on its new AVEVA E3D Insight app, a gesture-driven, Windows 8.1 application that broadens the company’s Future of Plant Design initiative.
According to ARC Advisory Group, AVEVA E3D Insight, AVEVA’s first mobile app, provides access to the live design model from AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D), the company’s virtual plant design environment. This collaborative app gives all stakeholders a voice in project design and review.
June 05, 2014
Long-term partnership strengthened by new five-year contract
Cambridge, UK – 27 May 2014: AVEVA and AMEC today announced their signing of a new five-year global agreement for the supply of AVEVA software for engineering, design and information management. This latest agreement extends a single global contract that provides access for all of AMEC’s worldwide offices to the full portfolio of AVEVA software and services, including the AVEVA Enterprise Resource Management suite, and the new market-leading AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D) design software.
May 30, 2014
The design review process itself may be a largely unchanged concept over the years, but the tools used to execute it have been continuously changing. The basic use of paper and pens for drawing and document mark-up was often all that was needed to convey a change. 3D models broke that mould 20 years ago, when using a pen to comment on changes was no longer possible – 3D models do not manifest well as paper!
Over the years technology has helped to improve this process, both in terms of efficiency to execute it and in auditability. Mark-up of drawings is still well practised but computers are now the common tools of choice for reviewing plant designs, as they have become more intuitive and easier to use. New technology advances are set to improve this process even further. AVEVA has identified three categories of design review which will move this process to a new level of collaboration and provide exciting options for reviewing plant designs.
AVEVA has been at the forefront of engineering and information management software for over 45 years. During that time much has changed but our focus has remained on helping customers work globally with less risk, shorter lead times and greater efficiency. As we look to the future, we have anticipated what will be required of the next generation of plant design software in an initiative called The Future of Plant Design.
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