Chemoprojekt renews license with Invensys Process System's simulation software

  • December 05, 2007
  • Schneider Electric
  • News
FOXBORO, MA - December 05, 2007 - Invensys Process Systems has renewed and expanded its simulation software licensing agreement with Prague-based Chemoprojekt. The new agreement extends the Chemoprojekt license to use SimSci-Esscor's simulation, modeling and optimization solutions. Through the new agreement Chemoprojekt will also license the rights to the Comos LifeCycle Engineering platform for front-end engineering design (FEED). The new contract underscores Chemoprojekt's continued implementation of the Comos platform, which it began using in 2005. In addition to extending the existing software contract, the new agreement augments a long-term collaborative relationship between the two companies and provides Chemoprojekt with added engineering efficiency in using the SimSci-Esscor PRO/II process simulation software. "The addition of Comos to the SimSci-Esscor full suite of products enables Chemoprojekt to significantly increase engineering productivity while benefiting from the use of integrated simulation technology," said Tobias Scheele, vice president of the SimSci-Esscor simulation product line. "The new agreement enables Chemoprojekt's engineers to integrate their IT tools and existing engineering into a single, integrated database." "Our objective with this contract is to continue to reduce the time it takes us to carry out a project," said Jiri Kominek, chief information officer at Chemoprojekt. "We want to promote the true integration of data that Comos can offer. Comos has allowed us to reduce project execution time at Chemoprojekt significantly." The Comos platform is the result of a joint alliance between Invensys Process Systems and innotec GmbH, a software development firm specializing in process-oriented plant construction, operation and maintenance. The platform enables interfacing with commonly used process-engineering applications, which improves data, document and knowledge management, as well as integration of process-engineering activities. Seamless integration with the SimSci-Esscor PRO/II process simulation software allows the import of simulation data during scope and conceptual development, as well as throughout the preliminary engineering phases of a project. The system provides multi-discipline engineers with a concurrent, distributed and collaborative environment in which to manipulate or augment simulation data. It also manages non-simulation data for defining process flow and equipment specifications. About Chemoprojekt Based in Prague and established in 1950, Chemoprojekt is one of the world's premier engineering, construction, and project management companies. Since 1992, Chemoprojekt has been focusing on the complex engineering activities and turn-key projects, mainly in the area of production of nitric acid, urea, oil & gas and biodiesel. About Invensys Process SystemsInvensys Process Systems is the world leader in industrial asset performance management, a strategy designed to help today's industrial enterprises to effectively balance the availability and utilization of their production assets to match changing business requirements. Invensys Process Systems encompasses industry-leading brands such as InFusion, Foxboro, Triconex, SimSci-Esscor, and Avantis and provides advanced products, services, and solutions to industrial facilities around the world. These include many of the world's largest upstream operations, refineries, chemical plants, gas plants, LNG plants, power plants, mineral processing plants, and pulp and paper mills. The Invensys Group is headquartered in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange, with approximately 30,000 employees working in 60 countries. Learn More

Did you enjoy this great article?

Check out our free e-newsletters to read more great articles..