AVEVA Engineering 14.1 Increases Control on Complex Global Projects
The latest release of oil and gas industry software AVEVA Engineering adds important new productivity features that increase control of engineering information throughout highly complex projects. Engineering contractors (EPCs) can face serious challenges in controlling and communicating changes in engineering and design information as it evolves. Poor management of this highly interactive, multi-disciplinary process increases project risk and cost and can extend delivery schedules and reduce quality. AVEVA Engineering 14.1 overcomes this.
Responding to customer feedback, AVEVA has added new capabilities to AVEVA Engineering that enable many engineering disciplines in multiple locations to collaborate more effectively in parallel workflows producing higher quality designs with less wasted effort. With more added intelligence and automation, AVEVA Engineering allows for revision control at the level of an individual tagged object and for each discipline to release information to the rest of the project team only when it is sufficiently mature to be used by others.
"One of our customers’ major pain points has been the difficulty in achieving efficient parallel working between disciplines on complex engineering projects," said Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Product Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. "AVEVA Engineering supports true collaborative working by enabling each discipline to work at its own pace while being able to see relevant changes made by others and to respond to these changes in an efficient, prioritised manner. Now our customers can control their engineering projects more efficiently, driving wasted time and effort down and project quality up."
For more information and to download the related business paper ‘Object Lessons’, please go to www.aveva.com/aveva_engineering.