Whether specifications, drawings or datasheets, 3D models or detailed anaylsis files, we handle every format and file type.
Create, manage, check and verify all tag numbers / functional location IDs as unique digital objects in accordance with any numbering system and standard, including intelligence and hierarchies. Act as the master tag system, or as a back end system populated by other systems, with automatic generation of requirements linked to tag type.
Tag data by its nature is object centric, it can be submitted as a traditional discipline index or register (e.g. a valve list) and automatically converted into digital ready data points. Handle all information linked to each tagged item on an asset as individual structured digital ready attributes. Define, collect and validate the unique information needed for each item, both design requirements (functional attributes) and equipment specific information (physical attributes).
On average, 60% of all equipment information is product generic information. This means it is standard information applicable to every instance of the same product model. It is possible to reuse across all assets & projects and possible to share - so long as you have a system that understands the difference between product generic and equipment specific information and can tell you what you already have, to prevent the need for asking for it again.
Every piece of equipment has an information twin made up of custom unique specific information (restricted, linked to the specific equipment item/serial number, and not possible to share), together with product information (unrestricted standard information linked to the model of the specific equipment item, that can be reused and shared).
This information comes in all forms and handling the individual equipment item as a data ready object is the key to efficiently working with an equipment item's information twin across its entire life.
They're not the information itself, but a deliverable just as critical to handle, define and manage. Specifying the information needed, in what format, when and linked to specific objects, can be as simple as a document list, or as complex as a comprehensive reference data library. It can be based on in house practices, or international standards such as CFIHOS, RDS-PP, eClass and more, or even a hybrid of the two.