AVEVA Upgrades Engineering Software

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Thursday, October 17, 2013
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AVEVA announced productivity improvements in its latest release of AVEVA Engineering, the multi-discipline software that enables engineering teams to work collaboratively on plant or marine projects. Responding to customer feedback, the new enhancements to AVEVA Engineering means it is the only product which combines powerful features such as datasheets, project breakdown structures with 2D and 3D visualization, the developer said. These functionality upgrades aim to improve ease of use, enhance control and ensure consistent and reliable data.

“AVEVA Engineering removes the barriers that typically exist in sharing information between engineering disciplines; it is unique in offering this integration out of the box” said Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Product Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. “Our customers told us that adding data visualization would deliver further benefits as a result of seeing the holistic view of an entire project. The 2D and the 3D visualization drives improvements in project cost, quality and delivery time by enhancing how the data is used and accessed. AVEVA Engineering is fast to deploy and results in cost and time savings of 25% compared to other approaches”.

With this new release, customers are also offered an even wider choice of deployment options. AVEVA Engineering is now Citrix Ready. This gives customers yet more flexibility in the way in which they configure and control projects, in particular with respect to distributed engineering teams and mobile engineers. The use of Citrix can even be combined with the use of the world-leading AVEVA Global technology on a single project.

AVEVA Engineering, the multi-discipline software that enables engineering teams to work collaboratively on plant or marine projects. AVEVA Engineering is fully integrated into AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design solutions. This approach improves project efficiency and reduces engineering and design costs by offering complementary products that draw on common processes, disciplines and deliverables, through a single managed information model.

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