AVEVA announced that it would be exhibiting at EIC Connect Oil & Gas 2012 in Manchester, showcasing its engineering design and information management solutions, including the new plant design product, AVEVA Everything3D (E3D).
'Our philosophy for Lean Construction speeds overall project execution and significantly reduces wastage,' said Fredy Ktourza, Senior Vice President - West EMEA, AVEVA. 'AVEVA E3D is a game-changing software technology benefiting Engineering, Procurement & Construction companies (EPCs) and Owner Operators. The ability to continually send accurate as-built information back to the design team via status updates and laser scan data will enable rapid, early and cost-effective corrective actions. This will ensure maximum construction quality while protecting project schedules. EIC Connect Oil & Gas gives us the perfect platform to formally present AVEVA E3D to the UK market.'
AVEVA solutions for the oil & gas industry empower customers to make thousands of accurate design, engineering and business decisions every day, across the entire project and asset lifecycle. Owner Operators and EPCs benefit from improved productivity, minimized risk and reduced costs, resulting in maximized ROI.
AVEVA E3D is the core plant design application in AVEVA Plant. As part of AVEVAís Integrated Engineering & Design approach, it brings significant innovations to greatly enhance plant new-build design and through-life modification projects. Central to this are the integration of laser scan data and 3D geometry, powerful drafting tools and intuitive user interfaces for common design tasks.
EIC Connect Oil & Gas takes place 27-28 November at Manchester Central. It is organized by the Energy Industries Council in association with UK Trade & Investment and is the EICís key initiative for UK companies. Over 1000 industry professionals are expected to attend this key event for the UK supply chain, with many buyers already on the delegate list. Key figures from major oil & gas companies will present to senior managers from the UKís engineering market on shaping their business towards current and future market trends.