AVEVA to Exhibit at Nor-Shipping 2011

Press Release
Friday, April 22, 2011

Oslo, Norway: AVEVA (LSE:AVV), a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries, today announced that it will be participating in the Nor-Shipping trade fair, in Oslo from May 24th -27th showcasing its field proven marine solutions.

AVEVA staff will be on hand to discuss the full AVEVA Marine integrated engineering and design portfolio, as well as to discuss AVEVA's information management capabilities and the recently launched Integrated Shipbuilding Strategy.

Demonstrations at the event include:

  • AVEVA MARS, a purpose-built shipyard process management system that optimises project control, logistics, materials management, resource and production planning.
  • AVEVA NET, a digital asset management solution that enables powerful information access and validation across disciplines, between organisations, and around the world.
  • AVEVA Review, a powerful 3D visualisation tool for large, complex marine models. With features such as walk-through, animation, and high-quality photo-realistic images, AVEVA Review lets you analyse designs and communicate complex ideas.

The Integrated Shipbuilding Strategy embraces the business lifecycle of the entire shipyard. Featured in a recent business paper, it explores how shipyards can optimise the design, procurement and production process through improved information management, shortening schedules, increasing productivity and driving down costs.

Helmut Schuller, Senior Vice President of AVEVA East EMEA, comments, "Unique to the marine industry we offer field-proven solutions that integrate key business operations to dramatically enhance productivity and profitability, lower overall production costs, and reduce project cycle times. AVEVA understands the critical success factors and how to deliver the right information, the right resources, and the right material so shipyards can make the right decisions. Nor-Shipping is the ideal place for us to showcase these capabilities."

 

Source: AVEVA

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