AVEVA has formed a new alliance with Wood to accelerate digital transformation of industries such as power, energy, chemicals and mining with the launch of a new solution called Connected Build, a key part of their Digital Twin offering.

Connected Build optimises project delivery while improving collaboration on new build projects and facilitating the digital modernisation of existing plants and refurbishments.  The new solution capitalises on design efficiencies to deliver the build accurately the first time, unlocking sustainability and value benefits while ensuring worker safety. As part of the company’s vision for operational excellence, leveraging technology to standardise and optimise delivery is key to achieving efficiencies and to meet sustainability targets.

The new Connected Build solution is a key part of the company’s Engineering Digital Twin strategy by sharing project status and materials availability data in real-time with all stakeholders, optimising project execution through benefits such as improved labor productivity, reduced material waste and costs, shortened project cycles and improved yield. When applied to the engineering and build phases, the Connected Build approach results in rapid and seamless project handover, while shortening time to production and improving digital resiliency for their clients.

“New operating environments call for dynamic new engineering solutions, AVEVA is a strong supporter of Wood’s bold innovation vision of delivering reliable and reproducible capital project efficiencies and operations optimisation in the industrial space,” Amish Sabharwal, executive vice president of engineering business at AVEVA, said. “With Connected Build, AVEVA and Wood are realising value for customers across diverse industries and geographies through data-driven digital transformation.”

Going forward, the two organisations will remain strategically aligned with a laser focus on delivering maximum value for shared clients through continuous technology improvements and development.

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