R2S digital twin solution set to deploy for major Americas-based NOC

6/2/2020

MANCHESTER, UK - James Fisher Asset Information Services will deliver a minimum of six R2S digital twins this year to a major Americas NOC in a growing market, helping to further expand the technology’s global footprint.

R2S has proven its value to supermajors for more than ten years and played a pivotal role in digitalisation projects. By creating data-rich virtual walkthroughs, it stands as an effective asset management tool enabling teams to visit assets remotely – reducing time, saving cost, improving safety, and boosting collaboration.

The Americas NOC has decided to use the solution to increase efficiency, as it requires fewer trips into the field and provides improved data management

This project is the result of a long-standing relationship with distributors, Sistemas Visuales 360, which is looking to adopt R2S for all its projects with the oil and gas company.

Martín Luna Rivera, business development manager, said “We are delighted to see our digital twin solution further supporting the Americas and a variety of clients. The NOC is looking to innovate its assets, and we are proud our technology will be key in its digitalisation efforts. R2S has brought a wide range of benefits to oil and gas in the US, UK, Asia and Africa, and we are confident it will bring similar value to this region. By creating virtual walk-throughs and bringing all operational data together within a single platform, it has allowed the industry to make significant time and financial savings via improved decision-making.”

Marcelo Dorantes, Sistemas Visuales 360’s managing director said “We first approached JF AIS in 2011 as we were interested by their international oil and gas experience. When we first saw the solution, we knew it was going to be a success. As a cost-effective and user-friendly technology, R2S has demonstrated to be the best fit for our region. As a focal point of information management, our client has found it particularly useful to build a greater understanding of unit controls, identify anomalies remotely, better plan maintenance activities and enhance decision-making.”

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