Going Beyond Project Controls at the Project Controls Expo Hexagon PPM is attending at the upcoming Project Controls Expo in London on November 16. GetSmart! Blog met with Mark White, Senior VP, Global Business Development for EcoSys to talk about the event and the latest developments in projects performance.
PPV Engineering Helps Butter Customer with CADWorx This Industrial Process Review story highlights how a Dutch consulting and design office used a Hexagon PPM 3D solution in a brownfield project for the production and storage of butter.
Eskom Creates Intelligent Engineering Information Assets with PPM Technology Read how one of Hexagon PPM's long-term clients, Eskom, created intelligent engineering information assets with the help of our technology!
Rishabh Delivers Modern Power to Afghanistan with CADWorx India engineering company utilizes Hexagon PPM analysis products to reduce modeling hours, lower inefficiencies, increase productivity on Kabul power project
Air Liquide E&C Expedites Oleochemical Project with PV Elite More than 58 pieces of complex machinery had to be designed and delivered on a tight deadline for the Godrej II project in Valia, Gujarat, India, involving two oleochemical production facilities.
EcoSys Roadshow Plans Three India Stops in July New Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai are sites to learn how to improve project performance and standardize best practices
ACCIONA Industrial Enhances Global Materials Management with the Use of Intergraph Smart Materials Read why leading Spanish EPC company hosts Hexagon PPM Materials solution on Intergraph Smart Cloud
Tecnimont Chooses PV Elite for Large Polypropylene Project SOCAR Polymer, the first public-private partnership in Azerbaijan’s oil and gas sector, selected Tecnimont to provide EPC services for its facility in the Sumgayit Petrochemical Complex, Baku, Azerbaijan. Learn how PV Elite helped engineers analyze everything with just one software product.
How to Make Your Existing Asset ‘SMART’? In today's challenging market conditions, investors continue to demand higher productivity and lower costs. As new projects across all industry sectors are postponed/cancelled, the lifespan of existing facilities must be extended in order to meet these objectives. Rainer Pittnauer and David Whittle with Intergraph PP&M's business development team discuss how capturing, digitizing, and managing engineering information can help to extend asset life cycle.