Bentley Digital Plant Solutions - 3 Pages

DigitalPlant
Where silos of engineering information combine to provide a world-class engineering resource system
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Iperation and maintenance margins in process plants are razor-
■ How can I easily ascertain the
impact of a new environmental reguͭlation without having to re-engineer the plant data every time?
^ Why can't my engineering information last as long as my plant?
When all the engineering informaͭtion comes together into a resource system and combines with the world of enterprise information, all this is finally possible.
Startup requirements
The startup requirements for such a resource system are quite demanding and met only by DigitalPlant:
1. Proven technology, not untried systems with promises of a rosy future: Successful cost-cutting measures in the management of plant faciliͭties require proven technology with excellent references—technology that you can install now and benefit from now. DigitalPlant does not require huge investments in a major IT project with some promise of savings in the distant future. Rather, it comes with practical, incremental professional services and a long list of proven installations.
2. Protection of your current investment: Connect all your current sysͭtems and legacy information with the DigitalPlant "engineering backbone." No abandoning your working systems and valuable data. No startͭing from scratch.
3.A true model of your business process:A successful and intelligent engineering resource system must precisely model your operations workflows across the plant lifecy-cle. And, from a modeling standpoint, both files and components are realities of your plant workflow.
DigitalPlant handles, models, and manages information at the file and component level.
4. Management of change across sysͭtems: If your plant never changed, connecting silos of information would be sufficient. But throughout its life your plant is ever-changing -the point of plant data management is keeping up with that change, to ensure the information is consisͭtent, correct, complete, and always reliable. So a critical function of DigitalPlant is to manage and process the change across the plant information systems throughout the life of the plant.
thin. Capital projects have ever-shortening timelines to get product to market faster at lowest cost. Managers must look for and exploit every opportunity to cut costs and increase efficiency.
On the business side, programs such as SAP have consolidated enterprise information into a unified resource system to achieve this.To cut costs and increase efficiencies on the plant operations side, Bentley offers a unified engineering information resource system. We call our solution DigitalPlant.
Imagine that you had an engineerͭing resource system that, by connecting the silos of information in the plant enterprise and layering that conͭnection with intelligence, could provide instant answers to tough quesͭtions that come only from an understanding of the true nature of the plant across its lifecycle.
Imagine the revolutionary gains you could get from a resource system that could answer questions such as:
■ What causes unscheduled plant shutdowns?
^ How can I reduce the 20 percent surplus material that is ordered by every project?
■ How can I avoid keying the data from my EPCs' systems into my operations and maintenance sysͭtems so data handover is not such an issue?
^ Why can't I choose my engineering contractors based on their expertise rather than the system they use?
Information connected by DigitalPlant
A resource system that connects plant silos of information must supͭport the full range of plant information -- no type can be left behind. DigitalPlant, through the engineering backbone, supports and connects the following types of information:
■ Information from all plant operaͭtions systems, including production, safety, engineering, mainteͭnance, and capital projects
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