Aveva launches enhanced digital twin with wearable scanning
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Aveva launches enhanced digital twin with wearable scanning

Aveva launches enhanced digital twin with wearable scanning

Aveva’s clients may now experience a complete digital twin within 60 days, even if there are no existing models

Divsha Bhat

Aveva has announced that its engineering information management solutions, which are at the core of its digital twin, now help capital projects and operations save time and money.

The engineering information management solutions are now connected with the Assai integrated document management system, and data from NavVis’ wearable mobile mapping systems is used to power them. As a result of the NavVis partnership, laser scans can be supplied considerably quicker than with traditional stationary scanners, and Assai’s document control and management solutions add even more comprehensive document information to the company’s digital twin capabilities.

With better contextualisation and increased visualisation, Aveva clients may now experience a complete digital twin within 60 days, even if there are no existing models.

“Digital twins have never been more important. They will play a central role in uncovering opportunities to unlock ingenuity and achieve the efficiency and sustainability gains needed to enable net-zero carbon emissions,” said Amish Sabharwal, executive vice president, Engineering Business Unit, Aveva. “Yet, a digital twin is only as good as the data that composes it. With the new integrations and our cloud-native solutions, customers looking to develop and enhance their digital twin can now design, construct and operate sustainable facilities by using data-driven insights to optimize processes and decisions across the value chain. The result is a scalable solution that allows companies to leverage existing technology investments and accelerate insight through universal, contextualized access of all engineering, operations and maintenance information in the cloud, using any form of visualization (3D-models and/or laser scans), and built-in analytics.”

The newly expanded solution portfolio is well suited to digital twin creation and utilisation throughout the complete project lifecycle, for both capital projects and existing facilities, a statement said. Sectors set to benefit from the enhanced solutions include oil and gas, energy, power and utilities, chemicals, marine and mining.

Digital twins are virtual versions of real-world assets, processes, and even whole businesses that are crucial to digital transformation. The digital twin solution, which employs sophisticated data and AI-based programmes to drive innovation and agility through monitoring, diagnostics, and prognostics to optimise asset performance and utilisation, was designed as a lever to achieve sustainability and the circular economy at speed and scale.

“The enhanced offering delivers leaner, safer and more transparent capital project execution alongside a decision support system that optimizes plant operations performance, strengthening our complete digital twin proposition,” Sabharwal concluded.

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