Aveva's command-center solution helps customers with digital transformation

The solution is said to help teams in companies improve their situational awareness of real-time operations and make better decisions.

Rashesh Mody, vice president of AVEVA’s Monitoring & Control business
Rashesh Mody, vice president of AVEVA’s Monitoring & Control business

Industrial-software company Aveva announced the launch of their Unified Operations centre—a command-and-control solution for infrastructure operators in the smart city and facility management industries, apart from oil, gas, and mining. The company partnered with organisations like the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), Assmang Proprietary Ltd., and the city of Atal Nagar in India's Naya Rajpur to turn practices into solutions to repeatable, scalable, and adaptable solutions for quicker implementation and return on investment (RoI).

The centre is reportedly built on their proprietary system platform, offering "faster time-to-value through industry-proven solution templates, reports, dashboards and operational KPIs that unify all available data from operations, process, engineering, maintenance and finance, enabling teams to improve their situational awareness of real-time operations and make better decisions," according to Aveva's spokespeople.

“By partnering with leading companies in the process and infrastructure market we have witnessed the operational gains that this ‘system of systems’ approach can achieve. Now, organisations of any size can benefit by rapidly deploying our industry-proven, template-based solutions to transform their businesses with confidence,” Aveva's vice-president of monitoring and control Rashesh Mody tolf the press on Sunday, adding, “The Unified Operations centre enables companies to achieve operational excellence and increase profitability through more efficient energy consumption and predictive maintenance. We expect to deliver other industry solutions, like power and water, in the coming months.”

Yogesh Ramjattan, improvement manager at Assmang's Black Rock Mine Operations, approving of Aveva's latest initiative, stated that the centre helped bring everything “under one umbrella, allowing us to get the full view of all of our infrastructure, all our different plants and mining operations, to enable us to manage the entire process far more efficiently.”

Adnoc's senior vice president for digital Abdul Nasser Al Mughairbi, who had similar positive feedback to share, stated that the command centre “gives us unified live data access across all our operations and business units.” He added, “Modelling, simulations and analytics have also allowed Adnoc to drive greater production efficiencies across the board. Aveva is a key partner for Adnoc as we continue to adopt the latest technologies and drive our Oil & Gas 4.0 mission to stay ahead of the world’s growing energy demand.”

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