12/1/11 Plant Design for Optimal Operational Effectiveness

11 a.m. ET/10 a.m. CT/8 a.m. PT

 
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Plant Engineering will present a Webcast focused on a new strategy for plant floor collaboration and how plant floor design can be tied to operational efficiency on Thursday, December 1, 2011.

Zbigniew Harezlak is head of the CAD/CAE design department at RAFAKO, a 60-year-old Polish power plant equipment supplier. He will describe RAFAKO’s implementation of OpenPlant and how it met their specific Power Generation needs better than any other plant design system. You’ll learn how OpenPlant's modern user interface enables them to work better as a group internally and work in cooperation with their external partners.

Attend this Webcast and learn about:
•Operational Efficiency
•Interoperability through all aspects of the manufacturing process
•New strategies for plant floor collaboration

Who Should Attend:
•Plant Managers
•Engineering/Maintenance Managers
•Production/Maintenance Supervisors
•Maintenance/Reliability Engineers
•Purchasing/Accounting/Finance Managers

All webcast attendees will be able to download a copy of the latest whitepaper entitled "Bentley OpenPlant – At the Forefront of Interoperability." In this report, the Schnitger Corporation examines Bentley’s OpenPlant, how it use ISO 15926 to capture, exchange, and present plant information throughout the design, construction, and handover processes and highlights a number of users (including RAFAKO) who share their thoughts about OpenPlant, ISO 15926, and the benefits they hope to gain in their implementations.

Be one of the first 50 attendees and receive a $25 American Express gift card.
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1. Register for the Plant Engineering Webcast: How OpenPlant improves RAFAKO’s productivity and efficiency
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4. ISO 15926 is a standard serving the oil and gas industry.  Do you have any experience exchanging data with ISO 15926?