J. Ray McDermott Deploys AVEVA's VNET

Monday, November 07, 2005
AVEVA has secured a contract to provide J. Ray McDermott, the international provider of solutions for offshore field development, with a collaboration portal that provides easy access to key engineering data. Built on AVEVA's VANTAGE NET (VNET) architecture, the portal will be used by more than 300 J. Ray McDermott personnel to support its work on projects in the Middle East. For the first time, project engineers will have web-based access to the 3D design models, 2D design deliverables and all the associated engineering documents that are core to the successful execution of the project. Powerful search functionality in the system allows users to quickly navigate linked documents, with key items clearly highlighted. In addition, AVEVA will also support the handover phase of the project by providing comprehensive tag- linked data. The project was initiated after a requirement was identified within one of its recent Middle East contracts to improve internal access to the 3D design model and associated deliverables.
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